CJ is a queer social work intern interested in collaborative and affirming care that is personal, political, and communal.
Clinical Social Worker in Seattle, WA
Supervised by Marie Loeb, MSW, LICSW, LMHC, LCSW, CMHS, DMHS
Through breathwork and mindfulness exercises, the mind-body connection is engaged with to both regulate and explore the messages our body sends us.
My approach centers each client and their unique needs by empowering them to take the lead on how the therapeutic space is utilized.
Narrative therapy will be used to explore the stories we tell ourselves and how those stories impact our wellbeing.
Anxiety disorders can take many shapes and forms and often connect to other symptoms and diagnoses, such as depression and burnout. I employ an eclectic and personalized approach to anxiety that includes both narrative and somatic approaches to understanding and coping with the daily effects of anxiety.
As a genderqueer individual, I am committed to affirming and supporting all gender identities and explorations.
While every queer person has a unique experience, I am eager to work within the LGBTQIA2S+ community to create spaces for visibility, acceptance, and empathy.