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Jay Louie, MFT
- LMFT | 124558
- Jay Louie | (if applicable)
- 53 Loop 22 Emeryville, California 94608
- (415) 279-7247
About Jay Louie MFT
- ACA/Codependency, Adult Performers, Alternative Sexuality and Lifestyle, Anxiety/Panic, BDSM/Kink, Creativity, Depression, Grief and Loss, Immigration/Acculturation, LGBQIA, Race/Ethnicity and Culture, Sex Work, Spirituality, Trans and Gender Nonconforming, Trauma/PTSD, Womens Concerns
- Chinese (Cantonese)
- CBT, Expressive Arts, Feminist, Mindfulness, Sex Therapy
- Genderfluid, Non-Binary, Trans
Jay Louie 雷貽丰 LMFT (they/them) provides transformative therapies for folks wanting breakthroughs. They address complex trauma with compassion and curiosity and advocate for clients’ needs, truths, deep desires, and purpose. They are committed to cultivating a safe, adventurous, and inspiring space for clients to witness all parts and expressions of themselves show up, grow, and heal.
Growing up in multilingual immigrant communities in Hong Kong, Canada, and Central America, Jay experienced light and shadow sides of multiple cultures, and are familiar with working with folks from different walks of life. Specialties include working with BIPOC, immigrants, queer, poly and kinky folks.
In addition to talk psychotherapy, Jay offers ketamine therapy, which help clients break through decade-old barriers to reclaim their worth, joy, beauty, and power. Psychedelic assisted psychotherapy is effective for addressing treatment-resistant PTSD, anxiety, and depression. It is Jay’s life’s work to support clients in transforming dysphoria to euphoria, dissociation to embodiment, disconnection and shame to integration and liberation.
Jay also brings their therapeutic experience into practice as a DEI consultant and advocate for the QTPOC community. Jay earned a Masters in Holistic Counseling focusing on Intersectionality and Sex Work, trained at an LGBTQ+ center, and completed programs in Sex Therapy, MDMA Therapy (MAPS), and Liberation Academy. They co-founded the Anti-Racist Solidarity Working Group and were Project Director for a city-funded telehealth program serving queer trans elders and HIV+ survivors.
Jay believes that embodiment and intimate contact with the outdoors are essential to thriving. Chinese medicine, Eastern spirituality, kinesthetic art, yoga, and movement are powerful healing forces in their life and inspire them to bring those elements into the healing space.