I specialize in working with LGBTQ+ folks, including older teens and adults. I approach all of my work from a place of non-judgement and unconditional care for my clients. That means: I haven’t even met you, but I already care deeply for you!
I approach therapy believing that we need more than talk to unlock our wellness and healing. We need to tune into our body. Together, I can work with you to deepen your understanding of self and the world around you by exploring your body as a shape, molded by a lifetime of your lived experiences. We’ll build a space for you to feel the texture of your life. We’ll work to find and embrace the best version of you!
I facilitate psychotherapy through psychosomatic awareness, and I am also informed by my years as a community organizer, group dialogue facilitator, and educator at the University of Washington. I have extensive experience working with clients who experienced physical and sexual trauma, as well as clients who have perpetrated violence, themselves.
If you have an interest in scheduling your first appointment, feel free to email or call.
Education and Training
- University of Michigan School of Social Work
- University of Michigan College of Literature, Science, and Arts
Eli is a leading social change and equity advisor specializing in intra-identity dialogue and men’s accountability to gender-based violence. He has led workshops throughout North America, with partners ranging from the Department of Justice to Lululemon. Eli is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and holds a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Michigan.
Recent Articles by Eli Zucker, LCSW
- Healthy Masculinity November 10, 2023 - What is healthy masculinity? As with all aspects of gender, masculinity is a socially constructed series of roles, norms, expectations, and characteristics that can help shape someone’s identity. Masculinity has a context that changes across time and place; this means the ‘definition’ of masculinity isn’t static. There tends to be some consistent themes of masculinity […] Read more “Healthy Masculinity”
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