Mental Health Services


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Therapy Services:

Queer Humboldt offers sliding scale individual, couples and family therapy for 2S/LGBTQIA+ 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


*Please note, our program is currently at capacity and has no current openings. You are welcome to complete the referral form, and we will follow up if an opening occurs. You are welcome to fill the form out again if you have not heard back from us in 3 months time.


Meet our Clinicians

Max Keller

Max Keller (they/them/she/her) is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist working under the supervision of Aisha Morton, LMFT MFC47668, and Thomas Kelem, LMFT 30406.


Max was born and raised in Humboldt County and recently moved back after living in Oakland for 10 years. Max uses a client centered and relational approach, drawing on narrative therapy, expressive arts therapy and somatic experiencing. Max believes that healing and growth often come from deep connection and genuine care. They are committed to supporting clients in exploring their intersecting identities and offering a safe container to process through the traumas and challenges of life while finding ways to celebrate the joys and success no matter how big or small.


Max is currently focused on working with youth and young adults.



Lark Doolan

Lark Doolan (he/him, AMFT133525) is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist working under the supervision of Aisha Morton, LMFT MFC47668, and Thomas Kelem, LMFT 30406.


Lark uses a relational, psycho-dynamic approach, incorporating elements of experiential and narrative therapy.


Lark works with a range of client populations, including clients building trauma resilience, clients developing skills for living with neurodivergence, clients managing life stress/major life transitions, youth, families in transition, and couples exploring non-heteronormative relationship dynamics.


Lark moved to unceded Wiyot Land after being raise on the ancestral Land of the Muwekma Ohlone.

Thomas Kelem

Thomas Kelem (he/him) is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT 30406.


His therapy style is very eclectic including exploring humanity, beingness, psychology, spirituality, queerness and advocacy in a nonjudgmental environment. The work in sessions is based on what is most helpful to the person he is working with in the moment. Thomas believes healing happens by meeting people where they are and helping them feel seen, heard and accepted. He is fascinated with helping others find their truth, happiness and joy.

Thomas has lived in Crescent City for about 3 1/2 years. He worked at Open Door CHC in Del Norte providing counseling, and prior to that he was the executive director and clinical supervisor at Stonewall Alliance of Chico.



Ani Glenn

Ani Glenn (they/them) is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee working under the supervision of Aisha Morton, LMFT MFC47668, and Thomas Kelem, LMFT 30406.

Incorporating their experience with intersectional feminist and social justice based work is important to Ani’s approach as a therapist. Their background in Critical Race, Gender, & Sexuality Studies and health education informs their integrative therapeutic direction in which they aim to help clients empower themselves through client-centered, narrative and relational techniques. Ani hopes to collaborate together in finding a healing path that works best for clients and their intersecting needs while creating a safe, compassionate and welcoming space to explore.

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 QueerHumboldt@gmail.com