Mental Health Services

Therapy Programs:

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Queer Humboldt offers sliding scale individual, couples and family therapy for 2S/LGBTQI+ people AND the caretakers of queer youth. If you are interested in accessing therapy services, please fill out the following referral form:

Therapy Referral Form

NOTE: We currently have a sizable wait list for individual therapy. You are welcome to fill out the referral form and we will reach out in the event that an opening occurs or if a therapy group is starting that may be a good fit for you.

We do currently have openings for couples and families.

Dear Local Queer and Questioning Youth,

Since we often have a waiting list for our counseling services, we created special Rainbow Youth Group so that more local teens can access our mental health services.

Here is how it works: up to 10 local queer/questioning teens participate in group therapy together (using Zoom) on Monday evenings. In addition to the group therapy, each client gets an individual therapy session each month of participation.

If you are interested, fill out this form:

Rainbow Youth Group Form

Meet our Clinicians

Lark Doolan

Lark Doolan (he/him) is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee through Brandman University, working under the supervision of Aisha Morton, LMFT MFC47668.

Lark uses a psycho-dynamic approach, incorporating elements of experiential and narrative therapy. He is committed to providing culturally humble, authentic, compassionate counseling. Lark specializes in working with clients experiencing minority stress and couples exploring non-heteronormative relationship dynamics.

Lark moved to unceded Wiyot land after being raise on the ancestral land of the Ohlone people.

Tai Parker

Tai Parker (they/them) is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist working under the supervision of Aisha Morton, LMFT MFC47668.

Tai has been living in Humboldt for approximately 10 years and has worked with the Queer Community in many capacities as a Volunteer & Resource Director of the Eric Rofes Queer Resource Center at HSU, Trans Health Case Manager at Open Door and with their other various community engagements. Tai believes that the intersecting identities that we experience can be places of great knowledge and power that goes unacknowledged in dominant culture. Tai utilizes person centered, trauma informed, Narrative techniques in their practice to provide a brave space for self exploration and support. Tai strives to bring with them humility and compassion in working with folx who fall under the 2SLGBTQIA+ umbrella, non-normative relationship structures, and trauma in its many forms.

Are you a queer therapist who's licensed in California and interested in donating one session a week for our sliding scale therapy services? Or are you an intern/trainee or associate interested in accumulating hours with Queer Humboldt's mental health program?

Email us to express interest at