The Meeting Point is a collective of independent body workers and psychotherapists. Although many Meeting Point therapists specialize in working with LGBTQI individuals, disability, and trauma, each of our psychotherapists have their own interests and areas of expertise. We invite you to visit their individual pages below to learn more about their background, availability, and what insurance they take, so that you may reach out directly to anyone who seems like they might be a good fit.
If you are interested in being seen for psychotherapy at The Meeting Point but do not know exactly what you are looking for in a provider, please email email@example.com . Please include the following information:
- Preferred name and pronouns
- How you identify
- Any accessibility needs
- Insurance information
- Availability for appointments
- Any specific preferences for therapy
- Contact Information
If a Meeting Point provider has availablity and matches your other criteria, you will receive an update directly from the provider using the contact information you provided in the message. If you do not receive a response, it is likely because no one currently has availability. Please try leaving a message again in another 1-2 months, or contact providers individually.
For many of us, finding help (or even asking for it) isn’t easy. Whatever your reasons for pursuing counseling/ therapy, my goal is to collaborate with you on the path to wellness and fulfillment.
AndreAs does individual and relationship therapy as well as group therapy, training and consultation.
Anna draws from many different therapeutic styles, with the idea that it is valuable both to know how and why we got here, and to learn how to act differently now.
His approach incorporates mindfulness/self-compassion practice, psychodynamic and cognitive behavior therapy, and spiritual development.
Over the course of my career as a clinical social worker, I have increasingly focused my work on providing <b>LGBTQI-affirming psychotherapy to individuals who have experienced trauma</b>, in its many interpersonal and systemic forms. As a white cis queer therapist, I continue to educate myself on the privileges and power dynamics inherent in my own social position in relation to my clients, and openly work from an anti-oppression framework.
I am trained as a Level 1 Internal Family Systems therapist, and I fundamentally believe that healing begins with a healthy attachment to your inner self.
My approach is collaborative, strengths-based, and holistic, that is, I see you as a whole person, and believe in the interconnectedness of body, mind and spirit.
Kirbie specializes in working with clients experiencing trauma, grief, anxiety, depression, gender exploration, and life transitions.
Liz's practice is rooted in the notion that connection heals, and that trauma, anxiety, and suffering are stored and live within the body.
Margot brings a warm and interactive style to her psychotherapeutic practice, which can best be described as “eclectic,” as she believes that not one type of therapy is right for everyone.
Robin has done extensive work with those struggling with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, adoption, separation and divorce, child custody, learning disabilities, sensory motor issues, coming out, questioning identity, and life adjustment issues.
My expertise is in counseling people through crisis, trauma and other life transitions by helping them claim their personal power so they can become more fully themselves.
Stacey’s clinical interests include LGBTQ issues, gender identity and expression, trauma, mood and anxiety disorders, EMDR and TF-CBT.