I’m Taryn Crosby, a psychotherapist, facilitator and consultant. As a therapist, I use a relational and interpersonal approach and incorporate elements of EFT and mindfulness in my work with individuals and partners.
I am also available for supervision and consultation. I enjoy working with early career therapists of color looking to cultivate their clinical voice and navigate the terrain. In consultation I provide support on cases/caseloads where therapists are looking to bring a more culturally-responsive, sociopolitical-minded or queer and trans-affirming lens to their clinical practice.
I graduated from Eugene Lang College at New School University and hold an MSW from New York University. I did post-graduate training at the Stephen Mitchell Relational Study Center and the Manhattan Institute of Psychoanalysis.
You can find out more about my therapy practice, MCM Collaborative, here.
Through workshops and consultation, I help foster conversations about challenging, important and seemingly messy topics in an engaging way. All of my work is grounded in an anti-racist, liberatory framework.
Some of my work:
- Served as Behavioral Health Integrated Services Coordinator for TGNB Health at Callen-Lorde Community Health Clinic
- Series on creating gender and queer-affirming clinical practice at the SVA Art Therapy Project
- Workshop with staff and board members of Unlocal on dismantling systems of oppression and vicarious trauma
- “Working with Transgender Adolescents,” discussing clinical considerations and cultivating a trans-inclusive practice, at The National Association of Social Workers, New York Chapter Social Work in the City Conference
- A psychotherapy group on sex & relationships at the city’s first yoga-based eating disorder treatment center, Aurora Behavioral Health
To collaborate on consultation or facilitation click here!