Introducing Queer and Trans Therapist Audrey Wolfe, RCC for Teens and Adults in British Columbia

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In a world that relentlessly challenges the existence and rights of queer, trans, nonbinary, and questioning individuals, from youth navigating their formative years to adults confronting ongoing societal biases, the stakes have never been higher. The current climate is marked by punitive legislation, the diminishing of 2SLGBTQIA+ protections in educational institutions and workplaces, and an overarching concern for a future where all can feel secure and interconnected. These adversities underscore the critical importance of accessible, empathetic, and informed support for individuals across all stages of life.

Embracing this challenge with profound commitment and a forward-looking optimism, we at Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy are thrilled to introduce Audrey Wolfe, RCC (she/they), as the newest member of our dedicated online therapy team. Audrey brings with her a wealth of experience and a deep, personal understanding of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community’s diverse needs. Her joining our practice strengthens our By Us, For Us approach to care, extending a compassionate, skilled hand to both queer or trans teens and adults seeking guidance and affirmation on their journey.

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Audrey Wolfe brings a wealth of experience, deep empathy, and a multifaceted approach to healing to our practice, offering a safe and comfortable online therapy space not just for teens and adults traversing the complexities of gender and sexual identity but also for individuals grappling with a broad spectrum of mental health challenges. Her expertise encompasses a wide array of concerns, including ableism, anxiety, depression, grief, intrusive thinking, isolation, PTSD, recovery from past harm, self-harm, sexualized violence, stress, and suicidal ideation, making her a versatile therapist capable of supporting people at any stage of life.

A proud graduate of the University of Victoria, Audrey earned her Master of Arts in Child and Youth Care, dedicating over two decades of her career to serving the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. Throughout her journey, Audrey has skillfully fostered supportive and meaningful connections, significantly impacting both the youth and adults she has worked with. Her roles have varied from leading youth initiatives at Qmunity to facilitating important conversations at Trans Care BC and supporting survivors at the Salal Sexual Violence Support Centre and with Vancouver Coastal Health. Her academic and professional pursuits, highlighted by a master’s thesis on community building for youth who have experienced sexualized violence, underscore her deep commitment to her clients.

Audrey’s practice is firmly rooted in anti-oppression, feminism, and social justice, enabling her to surpass conventional therapeutic approaches. By incorporating relational and feminist perspectives, she not only guides her clients on their paths to mental wellness and trauma recovery but also helps them celebrate their queer and trans identities. As a neurodivergent queer and trans woman, Audrey leverages her personal and professional insights to curate therapeutic spaces that encourage individuals to voice their deepest thoughts and emotions without fear of judgment.

Known for her warmth, empathy, and authenticity, Audrey has a remarkable ability to make her clients feel valued, heard, and cared for. This connection is deeply personal for Audrey, reflecting her dedication to acknowledging each individual’s unique life story. Her extensive work with both teenagers and adults positions her as a trusted ally for families and individuals navigating the challenges of life and identity, making her an invaluable asset to our team at Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy.

Our collaboration with Audrey is not just an expansion of our practice; it is a reinforcement of our commitment to provide specialized support for 2SLGBTQIA+ communities throughout BC and across Canada. Audrey’s scholarship with esteemed colleague J. Matsui De Roo, RCC, of during her clinical counselling practicum, as well as her experience as a trainer of RCCs in Hormone Therapy Assessment underscores the caliber of care and insight she provides.

Audrey’s journey from vital community initiatives at Qmunity and Trans Care BC to the academic achievements at UVic and beyond reflects a relentless pursuit of advocacy, education, and support for those who are marginalized. Her role in shaping the futures of queer, trans, nonbinary, and questioning youth through her clinical practice resonates with our core values and aspirations.

We are privileged to welcome Audrey Wolfe to our team, where her expertise, compassion, and dedication will continue to create ripples of change, advocacy, and healing. To experience Audrey’s empathic and transformative support, we invite you to book with her directly through this scheduling link. For any questions or to discuss how Audrey’s approach might align with your needs, consider scheduling a 15-minute consultation here.

Together, let’s embark on a journey toward healing, empowerment, and liberation, guided by wisdom and care.

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Clayre runs a group practice of three queer and trans therapists, including youth therapist Audrey Wolfe, RCC, LGBT therapist Camber Giberson, RCC, CCC, and gender-affirming therapist Clayre Sessoms, RP, RCT, RCC, CCC, ATR-P. Work with us: book a session.

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