Become. (verb) To come into existence. To come to be. To undergo change or development.
Clinical Social Worker in Baltimore, MD
The term “non-monogamy” is an umbrella term that captures all forms of relationship practices that do not fit the typical guidelines of monogamous relationships. Non-monogamous relationships can include polyamory, swinging, open relationships, and various levels of commitment. Some people live with a primary partner, while other people explore dating and/or living with multiple partners.
I enjoy working with clients who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, transsexual, transgender, cisgender, non-binary, gender non-conforming, and questioning. Together we can explore issues of identity, coming out, and gender transition.
Often clients come to me after having negative experiences in therapy in which they have felt either judged or misunderstood or it’s their first time calling a therapist and they hold a lot of anxiety about the process. I provide a counseling environment where clients feel heard, valued, and truly accepted. I believe that a client’s own unique strengths and insight, along with my guidance, can provide the tools needed to achieve personal goals and help clients BECOME who they want to be.