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Bryn Diehl



Bryn believes the therapeutic process is one that centers a trusting relationship and client self-determination. Through nonjudgemental curiosity and warmth, Bryn holds space for clients to show up with their full selves. They work to practice in a way that acknowledges the systems of oppression and power dynamics that impact our experiences of the world, including noticing how these may show up in the therapy room.


Bryn comes from a background in intimate partner violence survivor support and gender affirming healthcare and he enjoys working with trans and nonbinary folks, survivors, neurodivergent folks, and is poly and kink aware. Rather than taking on the role of expert as the clinician, Bryn works to empower the ways that clients are the expert in their own lives.

Education and Training

MSW • Temple University

BA • Social Work • Temple University

Areas of Specialization


Abuse, intimate partner violence, sexual identity, gender identity, trauma, PTSD, autism spectrum

Theoretical Orientation

  • Psychodynamic

  • Trauma-informed

  • Feminist

  • Anti-oppressive

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