Psychologist Session

LGBTQIA+ Affirming Care

As a person in the LGBTQIA+ community and part time drag queen, I understand the struggles you may be facing. We face the same challenges as our cisgendered and heterosexual counterparts - anxiety, depression, stress and self worth. However, LGBTQIA+ folx deal with additional issues, such as dysphoria, feeling "othered" (even in our own community) and exhausted by systemic barriers, which prevent us from having equal rights. I am very knowledgeable about our community, so you will never need to spend time educating me on affirmation surgery, how queer sex looks, or what a packer is. Let's spend that time talking about our favorite drag race artists or favorite musicals! I want this to be a space for you to be authentically yourself in every sense of the word.

I have dedicated my career to supporting queer folx, such as through my work at Fenway Health, which you can read more about in my about me section.

 

“Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.”

Brené Brown

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Teletherapy

Therapy is intended to be a space to relieve stress, so when life gets in the way of your appointment, it can cause more stress by not only missing your session, but still paying the fee. Teletherapy allows you to connect from anywhere and avoid challenges that life may throw at you. From the weather, to being caught up at work or school to dealing with family members or other unforeseen circumstances, teletherapy allows us to connect without concern of arriving at the office in time for the session. You can connect with me from the office, the car or even on your vacation.


All of my sessions are online therapy via a HIPAA compliant teletherapy platform called "Doxy". If you have any questions or are interested in discussing teletherapy further, please do not hesitate to contact me via the form below.

 
Support Group

A Bit About Therapy

I believe that psychotherapy can help us to figure out how to fix things in a new way when we realize what we're currently doing isn't doing. These skills help us get out of our heads, which is what often causes us to feel crappy. If we can reframe the way we think about the world and even ourselves, I have found this can be transformative on our mood, motivation, relationships and much more leading us to success in our daily lives.

 
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Contact Me

My passion is helping my patients develop the tools they need to cope with all of life’s challenges. Contact me today to learn more with a free cosultation.

617-237-6664

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