About Me

Hi, I'm Troy

Let me tell you a little bit about myself

I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and I also work at the University of California, San Francisco as a clinical social worker. I’ve been at UCSF for over 12 years working on research studies focused on improving engagement in care for gender and sexual minorities living with HIV.

As a gay therapist, I have a strong passion for helping other gay men and the broader LGBTQ community live happier more fulfilling lives. That being said, I work with a broad range of clients. In my clinical experience and in my work at UCSF, I help clients address major life transitions, grief/loss, relationship issues, anxiety, depression, chronic illnesses and trauma.

I grew up in North Carolina and moved to San Francisco in 2005. I received my Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology in 2015 from The Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA. My education was holistic, strength-based and grounded in social justice. As a result, I'm committed to addressing the impact of larger social issues, such as discrimination and inequality, on the mental health and lives of my clients.


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If you'd like to get started, give me a call and we can set up your free 20 minute consultation. During the consultation, you may ask me any questions you have and we can explore if we'd be a good match. I look forward to hearing from you.Save