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Meet Our Team

Wild Geese Counseling Collective is a private counseling & coaching practice that emphasizes trauma-informed, non-judgmental care. We believe that healing happens best through relationship. That's why we prioritize creating a safe space to explore the deepest of shames and the highest of hopes without fear.

We  believe in collaboration, and our aim is to step into the clients’ worlds so we can best determine the way forward. Our therapists provide individual in-person and virtual counseling sessions to clients of all ages, from littles to the more-seasoned. Please reach out for a free consultation.

Maddie Nutt, MS, LPC     |      Adilah Zafor, MS, LPC      |        |      Nicholas Garig      |           Ley Elliete David Cray

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Maddie Nutt, LPC, is a TWU graduate with a Masters of Counseling & Development and background in Multicultural Woman & Gender Studies. Maddie has an interest in helping others process through past traumas through a person-centered, feminist approach with a practice is rooted in radical inclusion. This means she is committed to honor every client with dignity and celebrate diversity. She has experience working with all stages of life, from pre-schoolers, adolescents, young adults, and empty-nesters. Maddie's specialties include EMDR, interpersonal violence survivors, borderline personality disorder, LGBTQ+ populations, and those in the midst of faith deconstruction or have experienced spiritual abuse.

*Maddie is only accepting virtual clients at this time.

Maddie Nutt, MS, LPC

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Adilah Zafor, MS, LPC

Adilah is a person-centered, experiential therapist with a warm approach to trauma work. She values the client's autonomy for change to aid in their personal journey. Adilah is an LPC and graduated in 2020 with a Master’s of Science in Counseling. She has a few different approaches to therapy. One of them is Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT): an approach to PTSD for sexual, physical, and relational abuse. Another is Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR): an approach used to reduce anxiety and reprocess negative cognitions associated with difficult memories or experiences. Adilah has become familiar with how untreated trauma affects our thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. She specializes in PTSD, Domestic/ Relational Abuse, Depression, Anxiety, Suicidality, Safety Planning, Stress Management, and Neurodiversity.  Adilah is interested in working with LGBTQ+ populations, individuals with sexual addiction, difficulties in sexual performance, or history of relational violence.

*Adilah is only accepting virtual clients at this time.

**Adilah accepts Aetna, Cigna, Oxford, United Healthcare, Oscar Health, BCBS HMO and PPO insurances.

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As intimacy director and coordinator, Nicholas employs a consent-forward approach in all aspects of their work. They prioritize creating a safe and respectful environment for performing arts, ensuring that every individual's boundaries and comfort levels are acknowledged and respected throughout the creative process.

Nicholas provides comprehensive education and resources to the cast and crew on topics such as boundaries, communication, and the psychological impact of intimate scenes. They are committed to fostering a culture of respect and mutual understanding, where all individuals feel valued and supported in their creative endeavors.

 

Through their consent-forward approach, Nicholas strives to create a collaborative and empowering environment where performers can explore and express themselves authentically, while maintaining agency over their bodies and experiences.

Performing Arts Specialist

Nicholas Garig

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Ley David Elliette Cray, PhD

Ley (she/they) is a certified sexologist, sexuality counselor, mindfulness instructor and coach, and trauma-informed yoga instructor working to build cultures of queer affirmation and radical embodiment. Prior to her work as a coach and consultant, Ley was a tenured professor of Philosophy and affiliate of Contemplative Studies and Women & Gender Studies. Ley brings a combination of scholarly expertise, clinical perspective, and lived experience to aid clients who are struggling with existential issues related to gender, sexuality (including kink/BDSM), relationships (including non-monogamy), and internalized capitalism. Beyond her collaboration with Wild Geese, she is the founder of Transentience Coaching.

*Ley is only accepting virtual coaching clients at this time.

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