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You deserve to feel safe, seen, and supported.

We believe that therapy and mental health services should be inclusive, liberatory, and should provide a space for you to be your whole self – free from judgement.

Our team at Inclusive Counseling strives to provide therapy that is culturally sensitive, trauma-informed, and tailored to the unique needs of each of our clients. We believe that your struggles are not yours alone and that each of our individual difficulties are influenced by the world in which we live.

We provide therapy to individuals, couples and expansive relationships, and families. Our staff has a wide range of clinical specialties including: trauma treatment, LGBTQIA+-affirming, gender exploration and transition, sex therapy, personality disorders, conscious parenting, mood disorders, adolescents, and children and families.

Meet Our Team

Laura Baker

Clinical Director

(They/She) Marriage and Family Therapist

Specialties: LGBTQIA+, Complex Trauma, Borderline Personality Features, Sex Therapy

Ages: Youth ages 10 and up, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Couples/Relationship Counseling, Group Therapy

Laura is not accepting new clients at this time.

Laura specializes in working with adults and adolescents, survivors of trauma and harm, Borderline Personality features, LGBTQIA+ folks, and sex therapy. Their therapeutic style is eclectic, warm, and curious, and Laura strives to tailor therapy sessions to the unique needs of each client by integrating a variety of techniques including art, shadow work, psychodynamic theory, and self-compassion. Laura’s work is deeply rooted in equity and inclusion, and she provides the space for clients to contemplate their intersecting identities.

Laura especially enjoys working with clients who have struggled to find the right fit in a clinician, high-achieving professionals who “have it all” but still have the nagging sense that something is missing, those experiencing profound grief or loneliness, relationships with differences in orientation or identity, and friends, colleagues, or partners who can’t seem to work though conflict without hurting one another in the process.

After graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Laura graduated with a Master degree in Counseling from the California Institute of Integral Studies with a specialization in Community Mental Health. In addition to their psychotherapy practice, they provide consultation to colleagues, organizations, and medical professionals on best practices for working with the LGBTQIA+ community and co-facilitate the Gender Affirming Care consultation group with a group of local experts in gender-affirming care. Laura is a founding board member of The Foundation for Sexuality and Gender Affirmation and ResearchCrown the Foundation, and The Nevada Gender Clinic.

Laura Baker

Clinical Director

(They/She) Marriage and Family Therapist

Specialties: LGBTQIA+, Complex Trauma, Borderline Personality Features, Sex Therapy, Neurodivergence

Ages: Youth ages 10 and up, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual, Couples/Relationship Counseling, Group

Laura is not accepting new clients at this time.

Laura specializes in working with adults and adolescents, survivors of trauma and harm, Borderline Personality features, LGBTQIA+ folks, and sex therapy. Their therapeutic style is eclectic, warm, and curious, and Laura strives to tailor therapy sessions to the unique needs of each client by integrating a variety of techniques including art, shadow work, psychodynamic theory, and self-compassion. Laura’s work is deeply rooted in equity and inclusion, and she provides the space for clients to contemplate their intersecting identities.

Laura especially enjoys working with clients who have struggled to find the right fit in a clinician, high-achieving professionals who “have it all” but still have the nagging sense that something is missing, those experiencing profound grief or loneliness, relationships with differences in orientation or identity, and friends, colleagues, or partners who can’t seem to work though conflict without hurting one another in the process.

After graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Laura graduated with a Master degree in Counseling from the California Institute of Integral Studies with a specialization in Community Mental Health. In addition to their psychotherapy practice, they provide consultation to colleagues, organizations, and medical professionals on best practices for working with the LGBTQIA+ community and co-facilitate the Gender Affirming Care consultation group with a group of local experts in gender-affirming care. Laura is a founding board member of The Foundation for Sexuality and Gender Affirmation and ResearchCrown the Foundation, and The Nevada Gender Clinic.

Liz Blieden

Administrative Director, Practicum Supervisor

(They/She) Marriage and Family Therapist

Specialties: LGBTQIA+, Somatic Therapy, Trauma Treatment

Ages: Youth ages 16 and up, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

Liz is not accepting new clients at this time.

Liz specializes in the treatment of trauma, LGBTQIA+-affirming therapy, somatic interventions, and the impact of sociopolitical factors on mental health. They enjoy working with youth aged 16-20 as well as adults. With a therapeutic style that has been described as integrative, empowering, and inviting, Liz believes comprehensive care includes understanding the sociopolitical factors that influence our wellbeing. Liz encourages clients to identify what growth and healing looks like for them while deconstructing their assumptions of what healing is “supposed to” look like. She prides herself in being an affirming provider for folks in her queer and trans community.

Liz does their best work with clients who are exploring the nuances of their identity and how they fit into their communities and the world, individuals with deep relational wounds that impact their relationships and sense of themselves, survivors of harm and systemic oppression, those struggling to feel worthy of love and care, and individuals (re)discovering their gender identity, sexual orientation, or other aspects of their identity later in life.

Liz holds a Masters in Counseling from the California Institute of Integral Studies. In addition to her psychotherapy practice, Liz provides case consultation to colleagues on best practices for LGBTQIA+-affirming care. Liz is a member of the Northern Nevada Standards of Care Collective which provides low-cost assessment and letter-writing services for gender-affirming medical procedures.

Liz Blieden

Administrative Director, Practicum Supervisor

(They/She) Marriage and Family Therapist

Specialties: LGBTQIA+, Somatic Therapy, Trauma Treatment

Ages: Youth ages 16 and up, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual, Group

Liz is not accepting new clients at this time.

Liz specializes in the treatment of trauma, LGBTQIA+-affirming therapy, somatic interventions, and the impact of sociopolitical factors on mental health. They enjoy working with youth aged 16-20 as well as adults. With a therapeutic style that has been described as integrative, empowering, and inviting, Liz believes comprehensive care includes understanding the sociopolitical factors that influence our wellbeing. Liz encourages clients to identify what growth and healing looks like for them while deconstructing their assumptions of what healing is “supposed to” look like. She prides herself in being an affirming provider for folks in her queer and trans community.

Liz does their best work with clients who are exploring the nuances of their identity and how they fit into their communities and the world, individuals with deep relational wounds that impact their relationships and sense of themselves, survivors of harm and systemic oppression, those struggling to feel worthy of love and care, and individuals (re)discovering their gender identity, sexual orientation, or other aspects of their identity later in life.

Liz holds a Masters in Counseling from the California Institute of Integral Studies. In addition to her psychotherapy practice, Liz provides case consultation to colleagues on best practices for LGBTQIA+-affirming care. Liz is a member of the Northern Nevada Standards of Care Collective which provides low-cost assessment and letter-writing services for gender-affirming medical procedures.

Dr. Sage Rian

(They/He) Licensed Professional Counselor

Specialties: LGBTQIA+, Adult Neurodivergence, Trauma, Spirituality & Religion, Ecotherapy

Ages: Teens and Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Relationship Therapy (couples, partners, or polycules)

Sage is not accepting new clients at this time.

Sage specializes in working with adults through life transitions, especially those related to coming out as queer or transgender, late-diagnosed autism or ADHD, spiritual exploration, and trauma. Their therapeutic style centers authenticity and reciprocity, where both the therapist and client have the space to acknowledge their humanness and that they will both be changed by the therapeutic journey. Sage is theoretically rooted in Existential Analysis, which is a depth psychotherapy (long-term) that helps clients find meaning in life by exploring motivations and conditions of living, embodying authenticity, and experiencing mental freedom.

Sage works best with clients who are fed up with traditional approaches to mental health rooted in the medical model, and are looking for a more holistic approach to wellness. Their work emphasizes mind-body-spirit harmony in modern society through the context of sociopolitical influences and navigating oppressive systems. Many of Sage’s clients have experienced outward success, but struggle with internalized feelings of shame, brokenness, and inadequacy from holding onto narratives about how, or who, they “should” be.

Sage earned their Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision at the University of Nevada, Reno, their M.S. in Clinical Mental Health with a specialization in spirituality and religion at Monmouth University, and B.A. (Hons) in Psychology and Holistic Health from Georgian Court University. They also completed advanced training in holistic health and acupuncture at the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine at Dongzhimen Hospital. Sage is a Licensed Professional Counselor (Nevada & Colorado), Licensed School Counselor, Registered Yoga Teacher, certified Ecotherapist, and IFS-Informed clinician.

Outside of their clinical work, Sage is a full-time counseling professor at Saybrook University, a founding board member of the Foundation for Sexuality & Gender Affirmation and Research and the Nevada Gender Clinic, and co-facilitates a Gender, Sexual, and Romantic Expansive Consultation Group for healthcare providers.

Specialties: LGBTQIA+, Adult Neurodivergence, Trauma, Spirituality & Religion, Ecotherapy

Ages: Teens and Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Relationship Therapy (couples, partners, or polycules)

Sage is not accepting new clients at this time.

Sage specializes in working with adults through life transitions, especially those related to coming out as queer or transgender, late-diagnosed autism or ADHD, spiritual exploration, and trauma. Their therapeutic style centers authenticity and reciprocity, where both the therapist and client have the space to acknowledge their humanness and that they will both be changed by the therapeutic journey. Sage is theoretically rooted in Existential Analysis, which is a depth psychotherapy (long-term) that helps clients find meaning in life by exploring motivations and conditions of living, embodying authenticity, and experiencing mental freedom.

Sage works best with clients who are fed up with traditional approaches to mental health rooted in the medical model, and are looking for a more holistic approach to wellness. Their work emphasizes mind-body-spirit harmony in modern society through the context of sociopolitical influences and navigating oppressive systems. Many of Sage’s clients have experienced outward success, but struggle with internalized feelings of shame, brokenness, and inadequacy from holding onto narratives about how, or who, they “should” be.

Sage earned their Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision at the University of Nevada, Reno, their M.S. in Clinical Mental Health with a specialization in spirituality and religion at Monmouth University, and B.A. (Hons) in Psychology and Holistic Health from Georgian Court University. They also completed advanced training in holistic health and acupuncture at the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine at Dongzhimen Hospital. Sage is a Licensed Professional Counselor (Nevada & Colorado), Licensed School Counselor, Registered Yoga Teacher, certified Ecotherapist, and IFS-Informed clinician.

Outside of their clinical work, Sage is a full-time counseling professor at Saybrook University, a founding board member of the Foundation for Sexuality & Gender Affirmation and Research and the Nevada Gender Clinic, and co-facilitates a Gender, Sexual, and Romantic Expansive Consultation Group for healthcare providers.

Dr. Sage Rian​

(They/He) Licensed Professional Counselor

Specialties: Art Therapy, LGBTQIA+, Life Stressors, Identity Exploration

Ages: Children, Adolescents, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Couple/Relationship Therapy, Groups

Hannah’s therapeutic style is person-centered, empathetic, and holistic. They firmly believe in the profound healing power of art, and her mission is to facilitate positive change and personal growth through creative expression. Hannah is dedicated to creating a space conducive to fostering resilience, promoting self-expression, and empowering individuals to overcome life’s challenges through various artistic mediums.

Hannah received a Bachelor of Fine Art in Painting from Herron School of Art and Design. Through the various layers of oil paintings, they witnessed the effect art has on people. This experience led Hannah to pursue a Master’s in Counseling with a concentration in Art Therapy from Pennslyvania Western University.

Through academic and workplace endeavors, Hannah feels drawn to individuals in her LGBTQIA+ community. As a graduate student, they are dedicated to continuously expanding my knowledge and expertise to better serve this community.

Hannah’s therapeutic style is based on the intersection of psychology and art, and how these disciplines converge to enhance the well-being of individuals. Her vision is to contribute meaningfully to the field of Art Therapy, and she aspires to integrate innovative approaches, advance research, and advocate for the recognition of Art Therapy as a powerful tool for holistic healing.

Hannah Zipes

(She/They) Art Therapist Student Intern

Hannah Zipes

(She/They) Art Therapist Student Intern

Specialties: Art Therapy, LGBTQIA+, Life Stressors

Ages: Children, Adolescents, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual, Family, Couple/Relationship, Groups

Hannah’s therapeutic style is person-centered, empathetic, and holistic. They firmly believe in the profound healing power of art, and her mission is to facilitate positive change and personal growth through creative expression. Hannah is dedicated to creating a space conducive to fostering resilience, promoting self-expression, and empowering individuals to overcome life’s challenges through various artistic mediums.

Hannah received a Bachelor of Fine Art in Painting from Herron School of Art and Design. Through the various layers of oil paintings, they witnessed the effect art has on people. This experience led Hannah to pursue a Master’s in Counseling with a concentration in Art Therapy from Pennslyvania Western University.

Through academic and workplace endeavors, Hannah feels drawn to individuals in her LGBTQIA+ community. As a graduate student, they are dedicated to continuously expanding my knowledge and expertise to better serve this community.

Hannah’s therapeutic style is based on the intersection of psychology and art, and how these disciplines converge to enhance the well-being of individuals. Her vision is to contribute meaningfully to the field of Art Therapy, and she aspires to integrate innovative approaches, advance research, and advocate for the recognition of Art Therapy as a powerful tool for holistic healing.

Nicole Dunn

(She/Her) CPC Intern

Specialties: LGBTQIA+, Trauma, Neurodivergence, Sex Therapy

Ages: Youth ages 16 and up, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Couples/Relationship Counseling

Nicole holds a Masters in Counseling from Capella University and has 17 years of experience in the field of human services. Her vast experience includes career counseling, case management, client advocacy, suicide assessment and prevention, and inpatient and intensive outpatient care. Nicole specializes in working with individuals and expansive relationships and providing LGBTQIA+ and neurodivergent-affirming care. Nicole is sex positive, kink friendly and supportive of all relationship models. She is passionate about creating a safe, judgement free space, where individuals can process trauma, manage daily stressors, and explore themselves.

Nicole works from a trauma informed perspective and considers the impact of systemic influences such as family, culture and social oppression on individuals’ overall health and well-being. She believes that providing individuals with an empathetic, compassionate and supportive environment to explore themselves and their relationships is the foundation for growth and empowerment.

Britt Boylan

(They/Them) CPC Student Intern

Specialties: Autism, ADHD, LGBTQIA+, Conscious Parenting, Gestalt

Ages: Children, Adolescents, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Relationship Therapy, Family Therapy

Britt is a dedicated student intern pursuing their M.A. in Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling at Naropa University. They earned their B.A. in Psychology from Arizona State University. As a late-discovered autistic person, Britt is passionate about bringing a neurodiversity-affirming and anti-oppressive lens to every client. Every person is different, which is why Britt utilizes a holistic approach to find the best fit for each client’s specific needs. The approaches they use include Gestalt, Transpersonal, Humanistic, Parts Work, and Strengths-Based. Britt has completed additional coursework on autism as well as published an article on the subject. They enjoy learning and are dedicated to continually educating themselves through the evolution of counseling research and practice.

Britt is LGBTQIA+ affirming and sex/kink positive. They are excited to work with people of diverse cultural backgrounds and identities. They believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship and aim to work collaboratively with their clients. Britt is dedicated to creating a safe, open environment that allows clients the space for growth, discovery, and healing. Their goal is to support their clients on their unique paths to change and transformation.

Nicole Dunn

(She/Her) CPC Intern

Specialties: LGBTQIA+, Trauma, Neurodivergence, Sex Therapy

Ages: Youth ages 16 and up, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Couples/Relationship Therapy

Nicole holds a Masters in Counseling from Capella University and has 17 years of experience in the field of human services. Her vast experience includes career counseling, case management, client advocacy, suicide assessment and prevention, and inpatient and intensive outpatient care. Nicole specializes in working with individuals and expansive relationships and providing LGBTQIA+ and neurodivergent-affirming care. Nicole is sex positive, kink friendly and supportive of all relationship models. She is passionate about creating a safe, judgement free space, where individuals can process trauma, manage daily stressors, and explore themselves.

Nicole works from a trauma informed perspective and considers the impact of systemic influences such as family, culture and social oppression on individuals’ overall health and well-being. She believes that providing individuals with an empathetic, compassionate and supportive environment to explore themselves and their relationships is the foundation for growth and empowerment.

Britt Boylan

(They/Them) CPC Student Intern

Specialties: Autism, ADHD, LGBTQIA+, Conscious Parenting, Gestalt

Ages: Children, Adolescents, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Relationship Therapy, Family Therapy

Britt is a dedicated student intern pursuing their M.A. in Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling at Naropa University. They earned their B.A. in Psychology from Arizona State University. As a late-discovered autistic person, Britt is passionate about bringing a neurodiversity-affirming and anti-oppressive lens to every client. Every person is different, which is why Britt utilizes a holistic approach to find the best fit for each client’s specific needs. The approaches they use include Gestalt, Transpersonal, Humanistic, Parts Work,
and Strengths-Based. Britt has completed additional coursework on autism as well as
published an article on the subject. They enjoy learning and are dedicated to continually educating themselves through the evolution of counseling research and practice.

Britt is LGBTQIA+ affirming and sex/kink positive. They are excited to work with people of diverse cultural backgrounds and identities. They believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship and aim to work collaboratively with their clients. Britt is dedicated to creating a safe, open environment that allows clients the space for growth, discovery, and healing. Their goal is to support their clients on their unique paths to change and transformation.

Danny Phung

(He/Him) CPC Intern

Specialties: Asian American, Trauma Informed, LGBTQIA+

Ages: 16+, Teens, Young Adults, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Teletherapy, Relationship Therapy

Danny specializes in working with anxiety, depression, life stressors, and identity work. He primarily utilizes a person-centered approach and will integrate a wide range of interventions that will benefit the client, such as cognitive behavioral approaches, a trauma informed lense, and LGBTQIA+ affirming care. Danny enjoys working with young adults (18-25), especially at the intersections of ethnic and sexual minority identities. He believes in providing a therapeutic relationship that is honest and direct while creating a space that is also understanding, curious, and empathetic. 
 
Danny works well with clients who are honest, open, and have the motivation to be in therapy. He seeks to bring clients to congruence by tackling the issues and barriers that impedes on one’s idealized self. Danny‘s therapeutic style is warm and relational while challenging the client to think differently from varying perspectives. 
 
Danny is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Counselor Education & Supervision at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) and is expected to graduate in 2025. He received his M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2022, and B.S. in Neuroscience from UNR in 2018. His research focus is Asian American mental health with the intersections of sexual minorities (gay Asian American men). Additionally, Danny does research in video game addictions and hypersexuality.

Kamea Sandstrom

(She/Her) MFT Intern

Specialties: Identity Exploration, Neurodivergence, LGBTQIA+

Ages: 13+, Teens, Young Adults, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Couples/Relationship Therapy, Family Therapy

Kamea was born and raised in Northern Nevada before she ventured to Washington state to receive her B.A. in Psychology from Gonzaga University. Kamea has since returned to continue her studies at the University of Nevada, Reno where she completed her M.A. in Counseling for Marriage and Family Therapy.

Kamea values the client centered approach of counseling with the acknowledgment that clients are the experts of their lives and may need varying approaches. The approaches she has explored range from Narrative, Existential, Emotionally Focused, IFS, and ACT as well as some background in CBT. Most vitally, she believes the therapeutic relationship involves an open space for reflection, curiosity, and growth between the client and therapist to slowly build together as they discover the client’s true strengths. She enjoys working with clients on their values and exploring one’s identity, whatever that looks like for them.

Kamea enjoys working with ages 13 and up, primarily teens and adults. She is interested in supporting LGBQIA+ and neurodiverse individuals in their exploration and journey of their identity and what paths their life may take them on.

During her leisure time, Kamea enjoys spending time with her partner, family, friends, and her cats, as well as delving into anything “nerdy”—from playing video games, watching anime, and listening to music to perfecting make-up looks, engaging in amateur photography, and everything in between.

Anna Satterfield

(She/Her) Office Manager

Anna manages the day-to-day of Inclusive Counseling. If you have questions about our practice, scheduling, or billing, she’s the one to talk to! Anna holds a Bachelors in Journalism from University of Nevada, Reno, and she shares our passion for liberation and access to equitable care. In addition to her years of office management experience, Anna has been a Pilates instructor and personal trainer for over a decade. She provides group and private Pilates instruction at several studios throughout Reno.

Anna is passionate about the intersection between physical and psychological wellbeing and a firm believer in the benefits of therapy. She looks forward to assisting you on your healing journey.

Specialties: Asian American, Trauma Informed, LGBTQIA+

Ages: 16+, Teens, Young Adults, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Teletherapy, Relationship Therapy

Danny specializes in working with anxiety, depression, life stressors, and identity work. He primarily utilizes a person-centered approach and will integrate a wide range of interventions that will benefit the client, such as cognitive behavioral approaches, a trauma informed lense, and LGBTQIA+ affirming care. Danny enjoys working with young adults (18-25), especially at the intersections of ethnic and sexual minority identities. He believes in providing a therapeutic relationship that is honest and direct while creating a space that is also understanding, curious, and empathetic. 
 
Danny works well with clients who are honest, open, and have the motivation to be in therapy. He seeks to bring clients to congruence by tackling the issues and barriers that impedes on one’s idealized self. Danny‘s therapeutic style is warm and relational while challenging the client to think differently from varying perspectives. 
 
Danny is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Counselor Education & Supervision at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) and is expected to graduate in 2025. He received his M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2022, and B.S. in Neuroscience from UNR in 2018. His research focus is Asian American mental health with the intersections of sexual minorities (gay Asian American men). Additionally, Danny does research in video game addictions and hypersexuality.

Danny Phung

(He/Him) CPC Intern

Specialties: Identity Exploration, Neurodivergence, LGBTQIA+

Ages: 13+, Teens, Young Adults, Adults

Therapy Provided: Individual Therapy, Couples/Relationship Therapy, Family Therapy

Kamea was born and raised in Northern Nevada before she ventured to Washington state to receive her B.A. in Psychology from Gonzaga University. Kamea has since returned to continue her studies at the University of Nevada, Reno where she completed her M.A. in Counseling for Marriage and Family Therapy.

Kamea values the client centered approach of counseling with the acknowledgment that clients are the experts of their lives and may need varying approaches. The approaches she has explored range from Narrative, Existential, Emotionally Focused, IFS, and ACT as well as some background in CBT. Most vitally, she believes the therapeutic relationship involves an open space for reflection, curiosity, and growth between the client and therapist to slowly build together as they discover the client’s true strengths. She enjoys working with clients on their values and exploring one’s identity, whatever that looks like for them.

Kamea enjoys working with ages 13 and up, primarily teens and adults. She is interested in supporting LGBQIA+ and neurodiverse individuals in their exploration and journey of their identity and what paths their life may take them on.

During her leisure time, Kamea enjoys spending time with her partner, family, friends, and her cats, as well as delving into anything “nerdy”—from playing video games, watching anime, and listening to music to perfecting make-up looks, engaging in amateur photography, and everything in between.

Kamea Sandstrom

(She/Her) MFT Intern

Anna manages the day-to-day of Inclusive Counseling. If you have questions about our practice, scheduling, or billing, she’s the one to talk to! Anna holds a Bachelors in Journalism from University of Nevada, Reno, and she shares our passion for liberation and access to equitable care. In addition to her years of office management experience, Anna has been a Pilates instructor and personal trainer for over a decade. She provides group and private Pilates instruction at several studios throughout Reno.

Anna is passionate about the intersection between physical and psychological wellbeing and a firm believer in the benefits of therapy. She looks forward to assisting you on your healing journey.

Anna Satterfield

(She/Her) Office Manager

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Dr. Sage W. Rian, Tahoe Therapy LLC
Vic Campbell, Latitude Psychotherapy
Laura Baker, Inclusive Counseling LLC
Dr. Mary Minten,
New Leaf Counseling
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Review the Welcome Packet and/or email us to join!
*working with Inclusive Counseling as a client does not prevent you from joining the consultation group if you are an interested professional, but it does warrant a conversation around boundaries & expectations
Join our team of local clinicians specialized in LGBTQIA+-affirming care:
Dr. Sage W. Rian, Tahoe Therapy LLC
Vic Campbell, Latitude Psychotherapy
Laura Baker, Inclusive Counseling LLC
Dr. Mary Minten,
New Leaf Counseling
WE MEET OVER ZOOM FROM 1:30-3:30PM ON THE FIRST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH
This FREE group offers case consultation, information & resource sharing, networking with affirming providers in northern Nevada, information on best practices, and education on relevant topics. We also host social events every so often aimed at personal & community connection.
While this is not formal supervision that can be counted toward licensure hours, it operates as a combination of supervision, consultation, & networking.
Review the Welcome Packet and/or email us to join!
*working with Inclusive Counseling as a client does not prevent you from joining the consultation group if you are an interested professional, but it does warrant a conversation around boundaries & expectations