licensed professional counselor + psychedelic-assisted therapist
emdr trained therapist
licensed in District of Columbia
mychelle is passionate about and grounded in harm reduction, trauma-Informed care and approaches that integrate the whole person, mind, and body.
they are currently providing direct services to gender-diverse and neurodiverse individuals with the goals of becoming confident in their identities, understanding how their minds and bodywork, and how to healthily engage with social and professional relationships with less distress. mychelle provides relationship coaching and counseling to partners practicing or interested in ethically non-monogamous relationships, and intercultural relationships with special emphasis on adaptive co-regulation, boundary reshaping and implementation, and the development of a harmonious relationship culture.
she facilitates consultation and peer support groups for the following: mental health professionals working with gender-expansive clients + practicing with psychedelic plant medicines, and employee resources groups + organizational leaders.
partnerships include Jansen: HealtheVoices, Smile Therapy Services:Microsoft, Therapy for Black Girls, Them magazine, the Census Bureau, Refinery 29, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Rutgers University and Accenture.
licensed mental health counselor + emdr trained therapist + adult autism assessment trained
licensed in new york, georgia, and florida.
Pierre is dedicated to an integrative/eclectic, client-centered, trauma-focused, systemic oppression-aware therapeutic approach. He is an EMDR-trained therapist who also uses somatic, narrative, motivational interviewing, solution-focused, and dialectical-behavioral theories and practices in his work. He believes clients are experts in their own right and bring their expertise on themselves and their lives to the table when they come to therapy. He believes in working collaboratively with clients, using their areas of expertise to work on the clients' reasons for coming to therapy. It is important to him, as a therapist, to create a safe space for clients in session through co-regulation and modeling being in healthy relationship as a way to encourage growth and to empower clients to use the tools they need to find meaning and wellness in their own lives.
Pierre authors a mental health blog that showcases his experiences and position as a Black queer psychotherapist in the counseling field, in this country, and in the greater world and is the Founder of MHC4OC -Mental Health Counseling for Our Communities, PLLC, to provide FREE culturally competent, trauma-informed, ethical therapy for Black folx.