No Other Place

Well, you can begin to sleep better at night knowing that when you work with us, you will no longer walk alone. You will have the support and guidance of a highly qualified, well trained, active, non-judgmental and warm expert to journey with you towards your well-being.

You can ultimately feel confident in yourself and secure in your relationships knowing that you are equipped to handle the curveballs life throws at you.

Truly Seeing and Serving You

Radically Inclusive Care

Traditional methods of helping people, families, and organizations fall short.
Most of these methods are designed in ways that honor dominant experiences.
We offer something more intimate, more accessible, more inclusive.

Our Philosophy

We believe all people, including Black, Brown, Queer and Trans/GNC people have worth and deserve to experience belonging. We all have the capacity and the right, to be our authentic selves – feeling confident, secure, and fulfilled in our lives, our work, and our relationships.

An identity-affirming, anti-oppressive approach guides our work, taking particular care to consider who you are, all the different parts of your identity and your context, in order to support your growth.

Our Practice

We practice thoughtfully and strategically, actively decolonizing our thinking and our approaches. We value approaches supported by evidence, yet work hard to interrogate them and sensitize them to the needs of our clients. Then apply them with empathy and compassion.

Our discernment positions us to provide an experience that is affirming of who you are and can help you make meaningful and lasting change.

Our Promise

Our practice is designed with you in mind. From the moment you engage us, we want you to receive one message from us- you matter!

We’ve created a place where the needs of people of color and LGBTQ are not an afterthought, but rather at the forefront. We provide a space where all people, from all walks of life can feel safe, comfortable, accepted and valued; a place that feels like your close friend’s home – warm, welcoming, and cozy.

Meet Our Tribe

Beyond the expertise and training they bring to their work, our
passionate tribe of RHQ clinicians bring their whole selves to the
work they do. All in service of individuals, couples, families, and
teams that want to do the same.

Dr. Bukky
Kolawole, PsyD

Gender Pronouns:
She, Her, Hers

Identity:
Nigerian-American
Gender non-conforming / Masculine of Center Woman
Queer

Specialties:
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) – Couples Therapy
Couples Therapy
Race based stressors/Racial Trauma
LGBTQ Topics
Intensive Therapy

Elisa
Cameron, LMHC

Gender Pronouns:
She, Her, Hers

Identity:
Black-American
Cisgender Female
Transracial Adoptee
Straight

Specialties:
Anxiety
Mood Disorders
Race Based Stress/Racial Trauma
Family and Relationship Issues

Danny
Gomez, LMSW

Gender Pronouns:
He, Him, His

Identity:
Latinx
Multiracial: Brown Latin, Indigenous, White,
and Asian
Gay
Cisgender Male

Specialties:
LGBTQ Topics
Couples Therapy, incl. Infidelity Issues
Childhood Trauma
Male-identified Issues

Andi
Sutherland-Johnson, LMSW

Gender Pronouns:
She, Her, Hers

Identity:
Black
West Indian
Cisgender Female
Mother
Straight

Specialties:
Race Based Stress/Racial Trauma
Trauma
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
Solution Focused Therapy

Denise
Ramirez, LMSW

Gender Pronouns:
(insert pronouns here)

Identity:
Latinx
Dominican-American
First Generation American
Queer
Cisgender Female

Specialties:
Anxiety
Trauma
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) – Couples Therapy
Depression

Briana 
Scott, PhD

Gender Pronouns:
She, Her, Hers

Identity:
Black
Southern raised
Cisgender Female
Straight

Specialties:
Life Transitions
Family and Relationship Issues
Black Male-identified Stressors
Trauma

HC
Cristina, MHC-LP

Gender Pronouns:
She, Her, Hers

Identity:
Mixed Race – Black identified
Masculine-of-center/Trans-masculine
Queer

Specialties:
LGBTQ Topics
Paraphilia
Race Based Stress/Racial Trauma
Anxiety & Depression

Amber
Eltaieb, LMSW

Gender Pronouns:

Identity:
Afro-Arab
Yemeni with Ethiopian, Somalian, and Eritrean heritage
First Generation American
Lapsed Muslim
Heterosexual
Genderfluid

Specialties:
Race Based Stress/Racial Trauma
Family and Relationship Issues
Cross Racial/Cultural Relationships
Open Relationships/Polyamorous Relationships

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