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Elevate Yourself in a Safe Space

Online counselling

We provide diagnostic evaluations, 45 or 55-minute individual psychotherapy sessions (in-person and virtual), and clinical consultations for clients residing in Massachusetts and Rhode Island who are ages 18+ with a particular focus on LGBTQIA+ populations, college students, and working professionals. We can also provide referrals to providers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island for other mental health services such as medication management, group therapy, couples therapy, and psychological testing. One clinical service we provide to our individual clients is EMDR (Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). Please click here to explore and discover more about EMDR. 

Please contact us for our current out-of-pocket fees for individual counseling. If paying out of pocket, we do offer sliding scale reduced fees on a limited, case-by-case basis. We accept all major credit cards, HSA cards, check, and cash. Payment is due at the time of service.

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Supporting your clinical skills

Clinical therapy supervision involves a structured process where experienced therapists provide guidance and support to less experienced therapists. This service helps ensure the quality and efficacy of therapeutic practices. This service is open to current pre-licensed clinicians, Licensed Mental Health Clinicians (LMHCs), and Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW/LICSW). If you are interested in more information on how you can develop a clinical supervisory relationship with us, please contact us and click here for more information on what we can offer. 


Here to Support Your Gender Euphoria

Holding Hands

The requests for medically necessary surgical interventions and hormone replacement therapy for trans* individuals have steadily increased over the past several years. Surgeons and providers rely heavily on a mental health provider to assess the readiness and eligibility of the patient to undergo surgery or treatment, which the mental health provider documents in a referral letter to the surgeon/provider. In a short-term model of treatment, we will explore the preparedness for surgery/treatment, expectations, and surgical/treatment goals and will communicate with the provider to promote positive outcomes and inform multidisciplinary care.

We also offer non-medical letters of support for a name change or gender marker change on legal documents such as birth certificates, driver's licenses, social security cards, and passports. 

*trans is the umbrella term consisting of transgender, agender, nonbinary, genderqueer, genderfluid, etc. 



Public Speaker

Learn to recognize implicit bias and

discover the best practices in your workplace..

We are offering transgender diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) trainings educating employees and management on understanding, respecting, and supporting transgender individuals in the workplace. These trainings aim to foster a more inclusive and equitable environment by addressing key topics such as:

  1. Transgender Awareness:

    • Educating participants on transgender identities, terminology, and the spectrum of gender diversity.

    • Increasing understanding of the challenges and barriers faced by transgender individuals.

  2. Inclusive Practices:

    • Teaching strategies for creating inclusive policies and practices, such as using correct pronouns and names, and providing gender-neutral facilities.

    • Offering guidelines for respectful communication and behavior.

  3. Legal and Ethical Considerations:

    • Informing participants about relevant laws and protections for transgender individuals, such as non-discrimination policies and workplace accommodations.

    • Emphasizing the ethical responsibility to support and protect transgender employees.

  4. Bias and Sensitivity Training:

    • Addressing unconscious biases and stereotypes related to transgender people.

    • Promoting empathy and understanding through real-life scenarios and case studies.

  5. Support Systems:

    • Highlighting the importance of creating supportive networks and resources for transgender employees, such as Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and ally programs.

    • Providing information on mental health resources and counseling services.

These trainings are designed to cultivate a workplace culture that values diversity, promotes equity, and ensures the inclusion of transgender individuals, ultimately leading to a more respectful, productive, and harmonious work environment. Inquire in the Contact Us section of the website if you are interested in bringing this training to your work site. 

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