Malcolm Jay, APCC, NCC, MCMHC

Malcolm Jay, APCC, NCC, MCMHC
Additional credentials: NCC 2022
Other Mental Health Related Services: Corporate Trainings, Letters of Readiness & Support for Gender Affirmation Surgery
Religions & Spirituality: Agnostic, Catholicism, Christianity, Spirituality
Ethnicity Counselor Identifies As: African American, Black
Qualifications:: 1, APCC, Southern New Hampshire University, 2022
Payments Accepted: American Express, Cash, Check, Mastercard, Therapy Vouchers, Visa
Cost per Session: $100-150, $50-$90, Sliding Scale
Age Specialty: Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19), Adults, Elders (65+)
Types of Therapy: Anti-Racist, Multicultural, Strength-Based, Trauma Focused
Modality: Couples, Groups, Individuals
Sexuality Speciality: Aromantic, Asexual, Bisexual, Gay, Intersex, Lesbian, Nonbinary, Pansexual, Queer, Transgender
Mental Health Specialties: ADHD, Anxiety Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Depressive Disorders, Dissociative Disorders, Grief, Learning Disorders, Mood Disorders, Racial Trauma, Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders
Systemic Specialties: Anxiety, Chronic Illness, Family Conflict, Grief, LGBTQIA, Racial Trauma, Relationship Issues, Stress

As a Black queer trans man, my focus is on creating an affirming, compassionate, open, and explorative space that meets people where they are and only serves to assist them in getting themselves where they want to be. When working with trans identified clients, my approach is one of understanding that every transition, gender or life, is unique and each individual’s experience with transition holds its own levels of complexity based on who we are, where we come from and where we are going. A transition is just that, a time of change, of growth and sometimes of struggle, and there is no one way to move through it. We all experience transitions, and many of us deal with barriers to those transitions set in place by systems we cannot control. As a trans person I both hold my own relationship to the complexity of transition and a place of understanding and empathy for how that relationship shows up for others.

I hold the belief that we grow and change through relationships and because of that my style is relational, trauma informed, collaborative and social justice centered. It is not my job or purpose to help create tools for capitalism. I believe there are no predetermined paths or timelines for healing, and that the best way to get where you want is to focus on what keeps you safe, allows you time to rest and helps you create the community you want and need to thrive.

Specialties: BIPOC, queer, trans, non binary people, gender exploration, neurodivergence, disability, trauma, health care professions, life transitions, systemic oppression, entertainment industry, life transitions, grief, teens, couples.

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