Meet Milo

Pronouns: They/Them

Milo Giovanniello, LSW

Therapist

I’m a queer, trans, neurodivergent therapist committed to creating a space that honors your self-determination and holds all of the parts of who you are with care. I will show up with warmth, curiosity, and care, supporting you in healing your relationships with self and others. 

I come to this work from organizing to end all forms of policing and incarceration and I know that racial capitalism is inherently traumatizing. When I think about trauma, I think about systemic oppression, as well as relational experiences. I pay particular attention to how trauma can show up in our bodies.

I can help you learn to attune more deeply to yourself, and your own needs and desires, especially if you have learned to survive by ignoring or pushing aside your own needs.

My work as a therapist is grounded in and inspired by Black liberation, disability justice, and abolition. I firmly believe that when we show up more fully for ourselves and our own healing work, we can also show up more fully to build the world we need and deserve.

I work to counter the pathologizing, anti-Black, ableist, and anti-queer roots of this field. My work as a therapist is deeply informed by my work as an organizer, and I am especially excited to work with organizers. 

I will support you in recognizing and honoring the ways you have survived, and shifting the patterns that are no longer serving you. I believe that you are the expert on your life and experience, and I would be honored to support you in feeling a greater sense of connection and wholeness. 

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Milo is currently accepting new clients

their fee is $150 with limited sliding scale spots