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Tennessee Jones


I believe everyone has the innate capacity to heal, and approach therapy as a way of counteracting the influence of systems of oppression that can stand in the way of self-acceptance, embodiment, and connecting with others.

I work with a variety of challenges to connection and wellbeing, including anxiety, self-worth, interpersonal relationships, gender and sexuality, trauma (CPTSD, intergenerational, identity-related), and integrating difficult emotions. I deeply enjoy working with queer and TGNC people, artists and writers, people exploring spirituality as a healing resource, and individuals who’ve had difficulty finding non-judgmental mental health care. I’m certified in ketamine-assisted therapy, and often use IFS, CBT, and DBT in the context of trauma-informed psychodynamic work.