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Martin Avellaneda is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor located in Central Florida. Martin received his Master’s in Marriage, Couples, and Family Therapy from the University of Central Florida. Martin is a cultural sensitive, sex-positive, kink allied, and polyamory/ENM affirming therapist. Martin has extensive work experience with addictions, trauma, and life stress.

Martin takes a systemic approach to treatment, meaning he views what influences a person internally and externally. Clients explore their past to gain an understanding of what has molded them into the person they are today. Martin invites client’s to express who they wish to be, and assists in shaping themselves into the person they want to become. Martin provides evidence-based techniques in supporting his clients’ needs.

Martin’s therapeutical approach is inviting and direct. Martin utilizes motivational interviewing to encourage clients in pursuing their life goals. Martin utilizes parts work in resolving internal conflicts clients may hold. Martin is dedicated to providing high quality counseling sessions to all clients.

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Kasey Benthin-Staley is a Licensed Independent Social Worker in Ohio, additionally she is licensed in Florida and Massachusetts. Having been a generalist therapist in community mental health for the last decade or so, she is excited to be starting with ITG. She is looking forward to focusing largely on the LGBTQIA+ population, as wanting to serve her own community was a significant factor in her choice of career. She has extensive experience helping folks deal with past and ongoing trauma, depression, and anxiety, as well as managing symptoms of issues like bipolar disorder and ADHD. Through the lens of being queer, all these issues can be magnified, as society is still not where it needs to be as far as loving and accepting all our neighbors.

Kasey’s approach to therapy begins at the beginning; she does not distinguish between the mind and the body and believes holistic habits of care and wellness are the most effective. She also acknowledges that people are the experts in their own lives, not her or any other clinician. Kasey utilizes an eclectic combination of therapeutic methods depending on the individual and their needs, including cognitive-behavioral methods, person-centered/Rogerian, strengths-based, motivational, and narrative interviewing, with a strong emphasis on mindfulness and self-care.

Kasey hopes to cultivate a safe, open space to examine whatever aspect(s) of life in which clarity or change is desired. Talking about trauma, stress, relationships, or other stressful circumstances is difficult, and she does her best to make it as easy and as comfortable as possible.

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Shaina Crisp is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker residing in Colorado. Shaina specializes in working with clients who identify as LGBTQIA+ and are interested in healing from trauma on a spiritual and soul level. Many of Shaina’s clients seek therapy in order to address repressed and unprocessed traumas, including sexual abuse, grief & loss, former incarceration, childhood abuse, as well as to embrace their authentic gender & sexuality.

Shaina also enjoys working with clients who have an interest in kink, BDSM, and ethical non-monogamy. By holding space for clients with a calm and open-minded demeanor, Shaina helps clients to feel comfortable identifying and expressing their deepest truths in order to embrace and live as their true authentic selves, while also harmonizing relationships with others.

Shaina recognizes that every human is different, therefore her therapeutic style is eclectic and person-centered in approach. This means that it will vary greatly from client to client based on their unique characteristics and needs. Shaina does rely heavily on a modality called IFS (Internal Family Systems), which works to identify and build internal relationships between a client’s true self and their many different “parts.” This theory takes away the pathologizing nature of other therapeutic modalities, as it views thoughts, feelings, and behaviors as “parts” and not a person’s sole identity, creating space for clients to extend curiosity towards the depressed, substance-abusing, anxious parts of themselves instead of pushing these things away and ultimately making them worse.

Shaina has been described by her clients as a caring, compassionate, and nurturing soul, holding space for people in a way that allows them to feel seen, heard, and acknowledged for who they truly are.

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Amber Lynn Eberhardt is a dual-licensed counselor (mental health and addiction) in Washington State. As a queer and sex positive therapist, she believes in affirming and inclusive care to celebrate diversity and living a fully authentic self. Amber is committed to giving a judgement free zone, as your experiences matter. She actively listens to validate your feelings and offers guidance without assumptions. She creates space to explore all aspects of your life to create a comprehensive healing plan.

She provides EMDR, CBT, Motivational Interviewing, mindfulness, and other somatic-based education with a passion for topics including trauma, life transitions, general mental health, sexual health, self-acceptance and self-love, and somatic body exploration.

In her clinical work she uses attachment, developmental, cognitive, somatic, and trauma-based theories. She believes certain life experiences are processed in different ways depending on our age and stage of life, culture, trauma, life history, relational interactions, and contextual intersectionality, therefore it’s important to honor a person’s life experiences. Her guiding mantra is, “Every passing minute is another chance to turn it around” driving her optimistic views that healing can take place no matter what past challenges you have encountered.

In her spare time she enjoys mind-body connections through rock climbing, yoga, cycling, and other outdoor adventures throughout the Pacific Northwest. She also appreciates travel, self-expression through body art, and music. Most days are spent giving complete love to her cats.

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Dora Fitzpatrick, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker servicing Florida and Virginia, specializes in providing therapeutic support to individuals within the LGBTQIA+ community and affiliated with the military, first responders, nurses, teachers, and shift workers. With a focus on addressing trauma, including religious trauma, vicarious trauma, stress management, and burnout, many of Dora’s clients seek her out for individual therapy. Additionally, Dora finds fulfillment in working with clients interested in self-compassion, mindfulness, and self-discovery. Dora provides a safe and affirming environment in each session and cultivates a space where clients can comfortably explore their vulnerabilities and deepen their understanding of themselves.

Dora’s therapeutic approach is rooted in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), where clients gain insight into the intricate interplay between thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Dora educates clients on how their thoughts influence their self-perception and behavior, empowering them to recognize and modify negative thought patterns that contribute to negative perspectives. For individuals who have struggled with past traumas, Dora equips them with techniques to support in emotional regulation, and to be in the “here and now”.

Dora’s therapeutic style mirrors the warmth, humor, and non-judgmental atmosphere of Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton branch. Much like Michael Scott’s belief in the importance of a positive work environment, Dora believes everyone deserves to prioritize their mental health. Drawing inspiration from “The Office,” she strives to offer high-quality therapeutic services to clients of all identities, guiding them toward a mindset shift. Encouraging clients to embrace their true selves, Dora creates a space reminiscent of the Dunder Mifflin conference room, where F-Bombs, lunch breaks, saving Bandit and water cooler conversations are not only accepted but encouraged. Just as “The Office” characters find solace and camaraderie in their workplace antics, Dora’s clients find comfort and authenticity in her therapeutic approach, knowing they can be themselves without fear of judgment, much like the quirky and relatable employees of Dunder Mifflin.

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Cub Larkin is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (FL, MA), a Licensed Professional Counselor (OR) and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (IL). Cub specializes in working with clients who identify as LGBTQIA+ and would like to grow their mental health. Many of Cub’s clients seek therapy to help them overcome trauma, process through their personal journeys, increase self-worth, and feel less shame in their lives. Cub also enjoys working with clients who have interest in kink, BDSM, dominant/submissive relationships, and those who have polyamorous or consensual non-monogamous relationships. By creating a safe, affirming atmosphere in each session, Cub provides clients with a space to be vulnerable and learn more about themselves.

Cub’s approach to therapy draws from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy. Clients learn about the deep connection between thoughts, feelings, and actions, and how their thoughts can impact the ways that they view themselves. Cub teaches clients how to change their thought patterns to avoid harmful cognitive distortions that can lead to low self-esteem. For clients who have previously experienced trauma, Cub provides them with grounding skills that can be helpful in emotion regulation. Clients then use their brain’s natural processes to place their painful memories in the past, allowing them to live more in the present without anxiety attacks, flashbacks, or other interruptions.

Cub’s therapeutic style is warm, active, and non judgmental. Cub believes that everyone deserves to prioritize their mental health, and strives to offer high quality therapeutic services to clients of all identities so that they can shift their mindset in a positive direction.

Cub is a Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, a Certified EMDR (Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapist, as well as a Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor.

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Ashley Lesovoy (she/they) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Florida and Ohio. Ashley specializes in working with LGBTQIA+ community, specifically those who identify as transgender and nonbinary. Many of Ashley’s clients seek therapy to process and heal from trauma, acquire more effective coping skills in all aspects of their lives, and gain a greater understanding and acceptance of themselves and their journeys. Ashley enjoys working with those who are neurodivergent and struggle with society’s allistic and ableist expectations. Ashley works hard to create an affirming and supportive space where clients feel safe being vulnerable.

Ashley’s approach to therapy is eclectic but has its foundations in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Trauma-Informed Care. Ashley implements an anti-capitalist and anti-oppressive framework in her practice and believes it is important to look at the systemic factors that play a role in one’s life.

Ashley’s therapeutic style is warm, humorous, and affirming. She is passionate about making mental health care accessible and safe for all individuals. In her free time, Ashley enjoys cross stitching and embroidery, hanging out with her cats, playing video games, and reading.

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Emily Marziani (she/they) is a licensed clinical social worker in the State of Pennsylvania. Emily specializes in working with clients in the LGBTQIA+ community and those living with personal and medical traumas and grief/loss. Many of Emily’s client’s seek therapy to overcome trauma, process their losses and work through their healing process. Emily also enjoys working with folks who are living with chronic illnesses, work in healthcare or are going through a life change and embracing their true identities.

Emily’s therapeutic style is eclectic but rooted in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Internal Family Systems with a holistic and person-centered approach. This means that Emily will draw from multiple wells of knowledge to tailor the therapeutic sessions to each client. Emily believes in the whole person and will take into account your mental and emotional wellbeing along with the physical, spiritual and social aspects of your life. Using IFS and CBT, Emily will guide clients as they learn how their thoughts and feelings impact their behavior and how there are many different parts of ourselves that create our identities - there are no bad parts to you. Emily will work with clients on how to manage and change the negative self-talk and thoughts they may have to increase their self worth and wellbeing.

Emily’s therapeutic style is warm, humorous and non-judgemental. Emily believes everyone deserves a safe space that they can be seen, heard and validated within. In her spare time, Emily enjoys fiber arts, fostering senior dogs and reading.

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Brent Ruebensam is a Licensed Professional Counselor located in Texas. Brent specializes in working with clients who identify as LGBTQIA+ seeking assistance either with particular issues or seeking services to improve their overall mental health. Many of Brent’s clients seek therapy to help them overcome trauma, manage anxiety and depression, process grief and loss, and navigate difficult life transitions. Brent also specializes in working with clients struggling with sexual identity development, sexual addiction and sexually compulsive behaviors, and relationship issues. By creating a safe, affirming atmosphere in each session, Brent provides clients with a space to be their authentic selves while exploring potentially sensitive topics.

Brent utilizes an inclusive and multiculturally sensitive integrative approach toward therapy drawing from Schema Therapy, which includes elements of Attachment Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). He additionally incorporates Dialectical and Behavioral Therapy (DBT) in his therapeutic approach. Brent’s clients participate in guided exploration of formative life experiences as well as the complex interplay between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to gain insight into present day functioning. Brent teaches clients how to identify, interrupt, and replace cognitive distortions, which may otherwise lead to self-defeating behaviors.

Brent’s therapeutic style is warm, active, and non-judgmental. Many of Brent’s clients would describe him as intelligent and well-informed, yet very approachable and down to earth. Brent frequently incorporates humor and hypothetical real-world examples to introduce sometimes complex treatment concepts in an understandable and relatable manner. Brent believes in the fundamental right of all individuals to prioritize their mental health and strives to offer high quality therapeutic services to clients of all identities to improve their daily functioning and the quality of relationships in their lives.

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Kristen M Smith (LPC in TX, MN, KS) is a compassionate and experienced therapist dedicated to helping individuals embrace their unique journey to healing. With a deep understanding of neurodiversity and LGBTQ+ issues, Kristen provides a safe and inclusive space for clients to explore their thoughts, feelings, and challenges.

Utilizing EMDR, CBT, DBT, and solution-focused therapies, Kristen tailors their approach to each client’s needs, fostering growth and transformation. Through a combination of these evidence-based modalities, individuals can develop effective coping strategies, enhance emotional regulation, and work towards achieving their goals.

She also apologizes ahead of time if a cat decides to join in session. Adulting is hard. Stress sucks. Anxiety and Depression seem to be passengers in the trip through life. The plague, Covid, has made these even more amplified….and being asked to go back into the office?! Seriously?! Have you ever felt like an outsider? Like, there can be a group of people talking and you are not part of the conversation. Do you ever go to parties and hang out with the Cat? Dog? Well, then we might get along.

Kristen’s commitment to supporting neurodiverse/neurospicy and LGBTQ+ individuals shines through in their practice. If you’re seeking a therapist who understands your unique experiences and is dedicated to helping you thrive, Kristen understands how challenging seeking help can be. As a compassionate therapist, she’s here to support you. Let’s walk this journey together.

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