Dr. Jennifer Mulan, author, therapist, community organizer:

“I heal in parts because systemic dis-ease took me apart.”

Clinical Focus

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Who I Work With

Who I Work With

Who I Work With

I seek to co-create a safe and brave space to explore all the pieces of yourself that crave healing and integration. Choosing to engage in therapy can help develop new tools for brave exploration, and reignite hope. I work with:


Queer, Trans*, Non-Binary and LGBTQIA+ Identified Individuals and Relationships :: Queer and Trans* Children and Youth and their Families :: Artists :: Healers :: Activists/Organizers :: Love, Consent, Boundaries and Relationships :: Sexuality :: Kink :: Spirituality :: Gender Identity Development :: Relationships within Difference :: Polyamorous and Open Relationships :: Survivors of Sexual Violence :: Historical and Intergenerational Trauma :: Intimate Partner Violence :: PTSD :: Anxiety and Depression :: Transitions, Adjustments, Change and Acceptance :: Systemic and Institutional Oppression :: Grief and Loss :: Family Building :: Isolation and Community Engagement :: White Ethnic Identity :: White Dominance, Fragility, Guilt and Allyship :: Bipolar, Narcissism and Other Personality Disorders :: Connection to Community Resources :: Self- and Community-Care

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How I Work

Who I Work With

Who I Work With

Expressive Arts Therapy :: Liberation Psychology :: Queer Black feminism :: Queer, Trans* & Gender affirmative psychology :: LGBTQIA+ community-based :: Narrative Therapy :: Person-centered :: Intersectionality :: Transformative/Restorative Justice :: Trauma-conscious/informed :: Healing-centered :: Relational-Cultural Therapy :: Culture-curious :: Critical Race Theory :: Somatic Awareness :: Harm Reduction :: Guided Meditation :: Mindfulness