Here for You
Our providers are here to support you in finding the healing and hope you need. We specialize in supporting LGBTQ+ kids, teens, adults, couples, and families, and in providing effective trauma treatment.
Katie Loebner, LCSWA
Therapy for adults 18+ facing life transitions, relationship difficulties, anxiety, chronic illness, grief, or identity questions.
Katie brings a queer perspective and have over a decade of experience with individuals with acute and chronic illness and their caregivers. You are the expert on you and have power and control over what works best for you. If you are not sure what works, we will work together to find good options.
Sarah Dunsmore, LCSW
Therapy for adults struggling with trauma, attachment, relationship difficulties, gender identity and questions, and dysregulation.
With over 10 years as a mental health professional and a deep commitment to her own healing and growth, Sarah offer a space for therapeutic work that is both well-informed by research and training, and personally connected. Her work is focused on present awareness of oneself and the body, somatically oriented, and grounded in supporting and repairing attachment needs.
Meg Hamilton, LCMHC, ATR
Therapy for children, teens, and families struggling with trauma, attachment trauma, and dissociation. Affirming support for children, teens, and families navigating questions about gender identity and transition.
With a foundation in EMDR, Meg's work uses playful and creative approaches to support building skills and resources, and to process difficult or traumatic experiences. She uses art therapy, play therapy, sandtray methods, and somatic play and prioritizes safety and regulation in her work.
State of Being
An Altered Portrait Art Group for Trans, Non-Binary, and Genderqueer Teens
Portrait photography, mixed media, and art therapy combine to offer a creative space for teens to reflect on and express their current lived realities. Joy, pain, excitement, anger, and all other aspects of experience are welcome here.
This group is for trans, non-binary, and genderqueer teens. This is an art-based group, and participants will use photography and mixed media to create large-scale self-portraits. Participants will work together to create self-portrait photographs. Each participant will receive a 36x48 print. The second half of the group will focus on altering these portraits using mixed media materials. The group is designed to offer creative expression and self-reflection in a safe and supportive environment and will be facilitated by Meg Hamilton, LCMHC, ATR.