About Cambria Beirow
Post Grad Intern
A little about me...
Hello! I am a Counseling Intern and I have recently graduated from the Professional Mental Health Counseling program at Lewis & Clark College. As a queer, non-binary therapist, I utilize an intersectional lens in the therapy process to allow clients the space to be their most authentic selves. I approach therapy as a collaborator, working with the client to determine their needs, goals, aspirations, and methods to move forward. I use techniques from emotion-focused therapy, relational cultural therapy, existential therapy, narrative therapy, and attachment theory in my work with clients.
I firmly believe that we are impacted by the way we tell our stories and how we experience our relationships and emotions. Gaining insight and self-awareness allows us to make changes in the way we think, feel, and act in response to life stressors, which can help develop a sense of balance in our lives. I hope that I can assist clients in identifying their emotions and illuminating their own values and beliefs in a safe environment.
I am a body-positive, sex-positive, BDSM/kink-aware therapist. I look forward to working with any and all clients, including those in non-monogamous/polyamorous relationships, LGBTQAI+ individuals, sex workers, and those who need help addressing sexual concerns. When I'm not working, I enjoy reading, creating art, watching horror films, playing tabletop roleplaying games, and spending time with my loved ones