More About Bri
My name is Bri (they/them), I identify as queer and transmasc non-binary. I am a mental health counselor that provides affirming and culturally aware therapy.
Much of my therapeutic style is humanistic and relational, with focus on integrating perspectives of mindfulness, multiculturalism, and person-centered modalities, as well as recognition of the intersectionality of identities while working with LGBTQIA+ and non-monogamous folx. I believe in adaptive therapeutic styles to fit the needs of clients.
With an LGBTQIA+ affirmative approach to therapy, I supports accurate, positive and non-judgmental views of all LGBTQIA+ identities, culture, families and relationships. I believe that social justice and advocacy work is fundamental to my role as a therapist.
Other areas of experience include exploring identities, interpersonal relationships, self-worth and empowerment, life transitions, stress management, anxiety and depression.
Education and Certifications
Teachers College, Columbia University 2019-2021
Masters of Art in Counseling Psychology
Masters of Education in Counseling Psychology
John Jay College of Criminal Justice 2015-2019
Bachelor of Arts in Forensic Psychology
Minor in Human Services