Willow’s (they/them/theirs) goal is always to give 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.
As a licensed clinical social worker, Willow has four years of 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. Willow 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.