Alex Brousset

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About

Creating a space for someone to feel supported and heard is my first priority. The most important aspect of a therapeutic relationship is the dynamic between client and therapist. When you truly feel comfortable and understood by your therapist then that is when therapy can thrive.

The work we do will focus on assisting you in healing so that you can use the space and time we have to decipher how you would like to move forward. I believe in using Harm Reduction and Motivational Interviewing as the base of our work while providing a sex positive and non-judgmental environment. The theoretical frameworks I use to better understand the concerns at hand are Object Relations and Self Psychology, both are considered Relational Psychodynamic approaches. I will also use Cognitive Behavioral skills when needed.

Therapy is a place for you to unwind, unload and have an opportunity to speak your thoughts out loud, reflect and make sense of how you would like to proceed away from stress, anxiety, anger, melancholy or behaviors that are no longer useful and yet challenging to change.

I have been working in the field of HIV, substance use and mental health for over a decade. Primarily working in community health centers and non profit organizations, I have had the honor of providing mental health services to homeless men and women, adults who are actively using substances and unsure of what changes they would like to make, if any, and with homeless youth who are struggling with a severe mental illness. My graduate education and training was started and completed in the Bay Area where I also taught mindfulness meditation through a research study at UCSF. I am a Latino Bilingual Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist practicing in the state of New York.

I specialize in working with people, in both English and Spanish, who are struggling with Substance Use, Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Sexual Identity, Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence, Coming out, Gender Identity & Transition, HIV-related issues, Relationship issues, Grief and Loss, Sexual Difficulties, Race issues, Marginalization, Migration issues and adapting to a new country with a sensitivity to diverse cultural and spiritual backgrounds. In addition I also specialize in working with people who believe in non traditional sexual relationships and expressions, including kink and poly dynamics.

Borough

Manhattan

Degree

LMFT

Pronouns

He/Him/His
Medication Management

Specialties

Anxiety
Depression
Eating Disorders
PTSD
Addiction
OCD
Medication
Gender
Sexuality
Other

Queer Competencies

TGNC Transition Support Letter
Asexuality
BIPOC Intersectionality
HIV and AIDS
Polyamory
Kink BDSM
Sexual Functioning
Sex Work
Spirituality Intersectionality
TGNC Gender Identity
Sexual Orientation

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