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Jessica McLachlan, MFT
- LMFT | 119032
- | (if applicable)
- 2991 Shattuck Ave. Suite 302 Berkeley, California 94705
- 6536 Telegraph Ave., Oakland CA 94609
- (510) 214-2708
About Jessica McLachlan MFT
- Adolescents, Anxiety/Panic, BDSM/Kink, Body Size Diversity, Couples/Relationship Counseling, Eating Disorders/Body Image, Immigration/Acculturation, LGBQIA, Parenting, Race/Ethnicity and Culture, Sex Work, Spirituality, Trans and Gender Nonconforming, Trauma/PTSD, Womens Concerns
- Sliding Scale / Low Fee
- Experiential/Somatic Therapy, Feminist, Mindfulness, Psychoanalytic
- Cisgender Female
- White/European American
I use relational and psychodynamic frameworks in my work with clients, which means I consider the ways in which early environments and relationships impact the developing self. I also view the work in therapy through social justice and trauma informed lenses, thus, I think about power and privilege and the various identities each individual holds as I work to understand your process, experience, and ultimately your path towards healing. I’ve worked with children, adolescents, families, individual adults, and various relationship configurations. I have a particular interest in working with: adolescents, LGBTQQIAA folks, women, folks in nonmonogamous relationships, families, adult children of parents with personality disorders, and twins/multiples. I have experience working with many issues, including but not limited to: complex, acute and relational trauma, chronic illness, sexuality, relationships, body image and disordered eating, identity development, and self-acceptance. I am poly/kink/SW affirming and sex positive.I identify as a queer, cisgender, white woman. My pronouns are she/her/hers.