Liam Cudmore, LCSW
I supervise the therapists listed below, who have weekday and weekend morning, afternoon, and evening office hours, and offer lower fee and sliding scale appointments (depending on availability). I curate the colleagues I work with to reflect my practice ethics, and many of the colleagues on my team are personally connected to the communities we work with. They practice under my supervision, meaning that they follow my practice model and have access to my expertise, experience, and guidance. We welcome people of every ability, age, gender, national origin, race/ethnicity, religious affiliation, and sexual orientation.
El Layla Johnson, LMSW
Hi! I'm El (they/them), a mixed-race/Black, agender psychotherapist. I conduct therapy such that clients discover, express, and come into more intimate relationship with themselves. My approach is liberation-focused, insight-driven, compassionate, and creative. I am experienced serving those living with depression, anxiety/panic, complex trauma, and chronic illness, including chronic pain and social stigma. My specialty is working with Black, brown and multi-ethnic QTGNC/questioning folks looking to reclaim their sovereign mind so they can get closer to living the life of their dreams. I hold a Bachelors in Philosophy from the University of Washington and a Masters in Social Work from Hunter’s Silberman School of Social Work, and am a graduate of the Divine Feminine School of Hypnosis.
Richard A. Unite, LMSW
Hi there! My name is Richard (they/them) and I am a Non-binary Filipinx Psychotherapist based in New York City. Growing up as a queer, low-income, first-generation college student with immigrant parents, I draw on my experiences to provide social justice-informed trauma therapy. My therapy space is warm, collaborative, client-centered, and strengths-based, and much of my expertise has been working with queer, transgender, and HIV-affected youth and adults around experiences of abuse and violence. My goals as a therapist is to help LGBTQ+ clients, especially those who also identify as a person of color, heal from trauma and explore their gender/sexual identity in a safe space. I look forward to working together with you to achieve your therapy goals.
Jana Keith-Jennings, LMSW
My approach to therapy is rooted in the notion that identity is an experience continuously in process. Drawing from a range of strengths-based psychodynamic theories and techniques, my goals as a therapist are to work collaboratively with individuals to explore the interior experiences that have shaped their present realities, challenges, and goals. My approach to therapy is grounded in intersectional, anti-oppressive, queer, trans, and gender theories, as
well as my own experiences as a non-binary (they/she) queer person. I strive to offer an affirming space for TGNC/GNB and LGBQ individuals, as well as members of the BDSM/kink and poly communities, to creatively explore their various identities, relationship configurations, and sexualities in.