Jennifer Blue, Graduate Intern
I am a transgender, mostly gay, white woman who is passionate about mental health care for the queer, trans, polyamorous, ENM, and kinky communities.
A little about me:
I am a graduate student in the Clinical Social Work MSW program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, where I also organize advocacy efforts and social activities as co-chair of the Queer Community Alliance. My hobbies include writing, cooking, nerding out about animation, tabletop roleplaying games, and video games.
What it’s like to work with me:
As in all things, I prefer an individualized approach to care, drawing tools from multiple sources. That said, I am particularly interested in trauma-informed approaches to cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, parts therapy, hypnotherapy, internal family systems, and narrative therapy. I also have experience in crisis counseling. I believe that we heal the world by healing each other and heal each other by healing the world, and view therapy as a tool to accomplish that healing and build the resilience and strength to find and grow the good in this world.
Fees and Other Details:
Sessions are $50 out of pocket. Payment forms are debit card, credit card, and HSA/FSA cards.
My supervisor is Victoria Stubbs, LCSW-C.