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Liz Thomas



So often, finding a therapist who makes you feel truly seen and heard is so much harder than it should be. As an autistic trans woman who has spent most of my life in therapy, I know this is especially true for my queer and neurodivergent family. I want you to know that you are cherished completely for the person that you are, right now. I also know that if you're seeking therapy, you're likely looking for change. Let's work together so you can bring the best version of yourself to whatever needs doing.

I have personal and professional experience with addiction, harm reduction, and recovery, including my own active participation in 12-step programs. I have also worked alongside people who carry or identify with trauma, ADHD, or autism diagnoses, and stay committed to making their lives more supportive and accessible.


I want to collaborate with you to break cycles of belief and behavior that are no longer serving you. Maybe you are struggling with your relationships to people, places, or things. Maybe you want to explore your own identity or relationship structures. If you need support figuring out where to start, that is also okay! We all started somewhere.

pronouns: she/they

Education and Training

MSW • Temple University

BA • Psychology • State University of New York at New Paltz

Areas of Focus


Substance use & addiction, sexual identity, gender identity, open & poly relationships, sex positivity, trauma & PTSD, personality disorders, ADHD, couples

Theoretical Orientation

  • Trauma-informed

  • Anti-racist

  • Strengths based

  • Psychoanalytic

  • Disability justice

  • Queer theory

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