Services

Laura's Specialities:
LGBTQIA+-affirming therapy, adults and adolescents, complex trauma, sex and sexuality, expansive relationships, childhood sexual assault survivors, borderline personality features, social justice and liberation-oriented therapy
Laura's practice is full, but they keep a small waitlist for LGBTQIA+ clients.


Liz's Specialties
LGBTQIA+-affirming therapy, youth and elders, body positivity, sex positivity, Internal Family Systems, dreamwork, social justice and liberation-oriented therapy, suicidal ideation
At present, Liz has two openings for adults or teenagers age 14 or older. Liz is not accepting couples or families at this time.

LGBTQIA+ Inclusivity Consulting
In addition to providing counseling and coaching services, we provide LGBTQIA+ inclusivity consulting, workshops, and training to individuals, organizations, and businesses. Please contact us for additional information and we will tailor a package specific to the needs of your organization.

 

Therapy with Laura Baker, she/they
Marriage and Family Therapist Intern #MI2784

​I received my Masters Degree in Counseling with a specialization in Community Mental Health from the California Institute of Integral Studies. I graduated in 2022 from the Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis One Year Program: Psychoanalysis and the Sociopolitical World. I have received additional training working with trauma and youth and specialize in working with survivors of abuse and sexual harm as well as queer and trans folks. Additionally, I am currently enrolled in an AASECT-approved Sex Therapy Certificate program. In my practice, I incorporate therapeutic art, narrative therapy, humanistic, client-centered, psychodynamic, and interpersonal psychoanalytic techniques. I was awarded a writing Fellowship by my university's Center For Writing and Scholarship, and I enjoy incorporating writing, journaling, and art into my therapeutic work with clients. I have presented at several academic conferences on topics pertaining to therapy, collective transformation, and social justice.

 

​I received my Masters Degree in Counseling with a specialization in Community Mental Health from the California Institute of Integral Studies. I enjoy working with youth age 14 and up, young adults, and elders. I incorporate exploration of identity, the impacts of societal norms, family systems, and relationship patterns in my clinical work. No two people are alike in their process, and I strive to provide a space for the unique needs of each client. I integrate various therapeutic techniques, including somatic, trauma-informed, body positive, internal family systems, psychodynamic, and CBT. I am currently accepting individuals as new clients.

Therapy with Liz Blieden, she/they
Marriage and Family Therapist Intern #MI2784