Gender variance and expression is both beautiful and deeply personal to every individual.
Do you have or work with a child who pushes back on socially prescribed notions of gender?
Are you seeking to understand more about the expansive nature of gender itself? The gender binary is incredibly limiting, especially for children and their inherent creativity!
I can offer you support and guidance on how to best support your child or student. I can also provide expertise in developing or deepening an inclusive and equitable classroom culture, or in working with public school administrators who may be unfamiliar with gender creative students.
I hold a Master’s Degree in Gender/Cultural Studies from Simmons University, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Early Education in Inclusive Settings from University of Massachusetts, Boston.
I provide guidance, assessment, affirmation, and education around gender identity based on my professional experience in the classroom, extensive ABAR training and education, and personal experience. I am not a licensed professional therapist, and my recommendations and advice do not constitute legal or medical information.