At SpringSource, we recognize the importance of a good therapeutic fit. It is essential to feel understood and seen by your therapist such that you can feel safe enough to access and explore underlying feelings that may be difficult to discuss.
We are aware that as we strive to be an inclusive therapeutic practice, it is necessary for SpringSource to have clinicians who represent diverse perspectives. As we grow, our clinicians help shape our culture, such that we incorporate different points of view and become stronger for it.
We have hired Spanish-speaking clinicians who can provide dual language therapy. We have hired a queer-identified therapist who specializes in working with the LGBTQIA+ community. We have female and male identified clinicians and a range of ages and types of training. Our goal is to continue to build a community where a myriad of voices are represented and where our space is reflective of the world around us, not just a small part of the population.
We actively pursue our own reflection and self-examination, recognize and challenge our privilege, and invite open dialogue about the rights and needs of all human beings. We commit to the work of being an ally to under-represented groups and aligning ourselves with social justice movements that are pursuing human rights initiatives.