At the core of my practice is my belief that clients are the experts of their own lives. My work is collaborative and relational, meaning we work together to actualize the change you wish to create. I believe belonging and connection matter, and that oppression and systemic injustice are often at the root of our struggles. Everyone deserves access to the kind of support that helps foster resiliency and worth. I bring practical, real world knowledge, alongside theoretical frameworks that are rooted in feminist, anti oppressive, and social justice principles.
I reserve a portion of my practice to work with youth and young adults struggling with identity (queer, trans, non-binary), problematic drug and alcohol use, and/or issues around disconnection and belonging. I welcome caregivers and those who support youth as well as community and front-line workers seeking solidarity and support.
To contact, please visit https://www.jamesalexanderkelly.com/contact.html
Last updated: February 8, 2021
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