We understand that searching for a therapist can be an especially challenging for patients who belong to marginalized social groups (e.g. racial, sexual, and gender minorities). Ideally, we would have therapists that are representative of all the marginalized groups that they serve; however, you can expect culturally sensitivity from everyone at our practice.
Therapists are not immune to the biases that are a part of our larger society, and patients may rightfully worry that their therapist might bring these biases into their work through microaggressions or failures of understanding. We strive to provide culturally
affirming therapy for everyone. This means that in treatment, you can expect the following: