Sorin Thomas LPC, LAC (xe, xyr, xem) Clinical Director, Therapist
Sorin is a queer and non-binary transgender licensed professional counselor and licensed addictions counselor offering a variety of therapeutic services to queer and trans folx. A graduate of Naropa University with a master's degree in Somatic Counseling Psychology, Sorin utilizes body sensation/movement and mindfulness practices. Therapy is strengths-based and client-directed for children, adolescents, adults, and couples/families of all configurations to inspire growth and healing. Sorin specializes in modalities such as wilderness therapy and canine/equine therapy.
Brett Adamek MA, CPT (he, his, him) Program Director, Therapist
Luca Pax, BA (they, their, them), Director of Community Relations | Trainer
Luca holds a BA in Education, Peace Studies, and Gender Studies from Naropa University. Luca started Queer Conversations, and is committed to co-creating transformative, accessible, anti-oppressive spaces for queer and trans communities. Please contact Luca for ideas about collaborating and getting involved with QA!
Josie Ivy Nixon, BA (She, Hers, Her) Fundraising & Events Coordinator
Josie holds a bachelors degree from the School of Community Service from a University located in Michigan. She moved to Colorado in September of 2016 to be a part of the queer community in Boulder. Josie has a passion to work with the queer community to create a space that holds all people in equal standing with no fear of any emotional or physical harm. She believes in fighting for her community while practicing passiveness as a method of finding peace within our society.
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A Guide to Pronouns
Even though singular pronouns are typically thought of as consisting solely of "he and she," many people do not fit inside this narrow construct of gender. Many of us fall outside of "he and she" and need to use pronouns that are reflective of our identities. There are many non-binary pronouns; here are few that are used at Queer Asterisk.