Toni Crocilla PsyD LP CSOTP
Founder & Executive Director
Hey there! I know this process can be daunting, but therapy is truly one of the best investments you can make in yourself. It’s vital to self-development and to overcome patterns and outcomes we wish would be different.
I do my best work with clients who can commit to at least weekly therapy sessions, ongoing work outside sessions to make our time the most beneficial, and can relate to these presenting concerns: LGBTQIA+ individuals and relationships, alternative sexualities, kink, BDSM, various relational structures and orientations (ethical non-monogamy, polyamory couples, throuples, families, etc.), gender/sexual identity and expression, sex therapy to address emotional aspects of sexuality, sexual mindfulness, sexual diversity, physical difficulties, traumatic sex, and sexual performance concerns. If you can relate to these concerns, we might be able to tackle these things together.
You might want to know a little bit about how I do things before you reach out. I view our work through a lens of identity politics, trauma-responsiveness, relationship, and sexual multiculturalism. This means I consider how our various social identities, mental health, and behaviors exist within multiple levels of self and are impacted by the communities we are a part of. See my Privilege and Diversity Statement to learn more about how my personal and professional views may impact our work together.
Our work will be collaborative, relational, positive, and dynamic, but it will also be challenging and intense at times. This is hard stuff we’re unpacking. You can expect it to suck sometimes, like really suck, and know that is normal. BUT. You can also expect that change is possible. AND. It could start today. Are you ready?
Consultation & Collaboration
I am a licensed psychologist with degrees in forensic and clinical psychology. I have spent extensive time working within the criminal justice system and those impacted by being in that system, including in a variety of settings (jails, prisons, community-based programs, private practice) and with different populations (men, women, and children; sex, violent, and substance- related offenses). I specialize in helping individuals within the criminal justice system adjust to incarceration, community reintegration, are struggling with substance abuse/addictions, and/or require sex offense treatment. This work essentially amounts to practice and research of carceral psychology.
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