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Queer Somatic Therapy in Portland, Oregon

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Queer Somatic Therapy in Portland, Oregon

Our clinical team offers a safe space for all genders to heal, connect and evolve. All of our therapists come from diverse backgrounds, trainings and experiences with an unwavering commitment to liberation-based healing models that use culture, art, story telling, land and ancestors as guides as we work towards personal and collective transformation.

Paola is a queer, transgender, intersex therapist from Portland, Oregon who specializes in working with individuals and groups who are experiencing trauma, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, spirituality, LGBTQ+ identity, body image issues, self-harm issues, sexual orientation questions as well as identity exploration. They draw from various trauma-informed therapies like EMDR, mindfulness practice and Hakomi body-centered psychotherapy for clients to address these challenges.

Frias is a native of Los Angeles, having grown up in East Los Angeles. After moving to the west coast, she earned her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Portland State University with an emphasis on embodied psychology and body-centered somatic psychotherapy. Her training includes both Buddhist and Western therapy approaches such as EMDR and mindfulness practice, plus trauma-informed care, body-centered practices, cross-cultural and transgender health; plus she has an in-depth appreciation for all cultures and identities.

She has a particular interest in working with low-income, QTPOC and underserved communities. She has provided group therapy and psychoeducation to individuals at community centers, housing programs, shelters, prisons and other settings.

Frankie is a queer Black non-binary transracial adoptee who believes learning and navigating the world can take many forms over time. She has an engaging style that fosters an atmosphere of curiosity and compassion with her clients. As a third year graduate degree student at Portland State University, she’s interning with Therapy Altered as part of her internship.

Jay is a non-binary transperson from the South who believes in compassionate and curious therapy that encourages patients to be their own advocate. Through being present with one’s experiences, patients can gain understanding, heal from past hurts and find greater fulfillment from life.

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