I utilize an integrative person-centered approach when working with clients. As a Black queer man, I understand how vital resiliency is to thrive in a world that can often feel isolating, confusing, and oppressive. Oppression is real and detrimental to our mental & physical health and well-being. Collaboratively, we can create a brave space to discuss and process these elements of our reality. My focus is on the mental health disparities surrounding communities of color and specifically queer men of color. Additionally, I am interested in normalizing conversations about sex, consensual non-monogamy & polyamory, and interracial relationships. As an artist and creator, I welcome counter-cultural dialogues and celebrate the vulnerability of being our true selves, always.