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Rayne Banneck, MFT
- LMFT | 124607
- | (if applicable)
- 516 Oakland Ave, Suite 204 Oakland, California 94611
- (510) 838-0249
About Rayne Banneck MFT
- Adolescents, Alternative Sexuality and Lifestyle, Anxiety/Panic, BDSM/Kink, Body Size Diversity, Children, Couples/Relationship Counseling, Creativity, Depression, Grief and Loss, LGBQIA, Race/Ethnicity and Culture, Self Harm/Self Injury, Spirituality, Trans and Gender Nonconforming, Trauma/PTSD, Violence/Abuse, Womens Concerns
- DBT, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Experiential/Somatic Therapy, Expressive Arts, Family Therapy, Feminist, Gestalt, Mindfulness, Psychoanalytic
- Genderfluid, Genderqueer, Non-Binary
- White/European American
I find therapy can be a very spiritual endeavor. The process of building authentic relationship and engaging with what cannot be said in other areas of our lives are deeply empowering processes. I work from a place of being true to myself and you, and this includes my identities and competencies in queer, nonmonogamous, and kinky ways of being. I engage with therapy always from a place of respect and openness first. My earnest engagement, wry sense of humor, and ability to engage gently with what may be scary about the work of self-knowing are some of my first tools to help you attend to your needs in therapy. Let's make it weird! I utilize a relationship based model to facilitate depth work and get to the root of what is causing you distress. Some models that I use include Internal Family Systems, transpersonal psychology, and somatics. I hold a strong container for integration of experiences, both welcome and unwelcome. I notice that none of this is possible without social justice narratives, as power and privilege inform our many cultures like the air we breathe. I am committed to equity and engagement with the structures that are not right. Systemic issues create distress, and acknowledging these impacts are the very first step to engaging with them.