Willow’s (they/them/theirs) goal is always to give their clients the opportunity to feel seen, heard and supported. They are non-judgmental, caring and somewhat goofy. They have worked in a variety of settings around grief/loss, identity development, trauma/abuse, anxiety, depression and disability concerns. They have training and experience in trauma-informed play therapy, and love incorporating expressive arts into my practice. Their approach is grounded in attachment-theory, narrative therapy, family-systems theory and anti-oppressive practice.
Willow has experience working with disabled or neurodiverse folks including learning disabilities, autism, ADHD, and developmental delays. As a non-binary therapist with multiple invisible disabilities, they take an intersectional, justice-focused approach to the care they provide. They affirm all genders, races, sexualities, ethnicities and faiths. I also encourage open discourse and accountability in their daily practice.
They are here to give you the space to understand yourself and the world around you in a way that is collaborative, safe and respectful. Feel free to reach out to them with any questions you may have to see if it would be a fit to work together.
Sliding Scale/ BCBS PPO/BCBS Blue Choice