Anna McDonald, MA (Mondays) is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who works extensively with tweens, teens, families, and relationships wherein one or more people have sexual, gender, and/or relationship diversity (trans*, gender non-conforming, queer, polyamorous, etc.). Additionally, she has experience and passion for working with folks who have trauma histories (sexual and domestic violence, child abuse), and high risk behaviors (self-harm, anger outbursts, suicidality). She is a trained expressive arts therapist who uses creativity and art in the therapeutic process, including somatic and movement-based practices. She works in a collaborative, relational manner, drawing from social justice and feminist perspectives, incorporating restorative justice, narrative therapy, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT-informed). Anna earned a Master’s in Counseling Psychology at California Institute of Integral Studies and is currently completing her licensure requirements. She is supervised by Ina Moon, LMFT. To contact Anna or learn more about her practice, please visit her website at https://annamcdonaldtherapy.com.