Meet Our Team

Bazz Bazzetta

MSW, LCSW, Certified OD Educator

SPECIALTIES

  • Gender Identity / Expansiveness
  • Sex and Sex Work Positive
  • Trauma
  • PTSD
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Intimate Partner Violence
  • Anti-Racist Centered Healing
  • Young Adults / Teens
  • CouplesLife
  • Transitions
  • Polyam Relationships

You do not have to be me in order for us to fight alongside each other”- Audre Lorde

My 10 years of experience as a youth worker and community organizer has inspired me to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I view my role as working in collaboration alongside you during your healing journey. As a queer and non binary healer, I believe in creating a space where you can be your full and authentic self.

While working together you can expect validation, authenticity and kindness. My approach to therapy is inspired by radical self-love and trauma-informed care. I am open to our meetings being as open or as structured as you see fit, to ensure that your needs are being met.

As a therapist I value autonomy and empowerment. I utilize anti-oppression frameworks to inform the ways in which society plays a role in both individual and community trauma. I am inspired by human resilience and I see you as a whole person, not a diagnosis. My speciality areas include: LGBTQIA+, gender identity/gender expansiveness, harm reduction, trauma, pregnancy options and post abortion support.

I graduated with my MSW from the University of Michigan and have since had experience working with families, individuals and couples providing therapy. I also bring experience in community based services, outreach, and case management. I have worked with people who have a wide range of diagnoses and ages. As a certified OD educator, I provide a trauma+harm reduction approach to substance use treatment.

Bazz graduated from the University of Michigan with their Masters in Social Work (MSW).

They are also a Certified OD Educator, implementing harm and trauma reduction techniques for substance use treatment, as well as a Community Leader in Community Outreach, Services, and Case Management.

Bazz uses Them/Them pronouns.