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Rosemary Moulton, LCSW

(she/her, they/them)


United States

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Special Instructions: Finding a therapist who is a good fit for you is important. Please answer the following questions so that I can help you determine whether we’d be a good match! Please send your responses to What do you hope to accomplish in therapy? What are you looking for in a therapist? How did you hear about me? What is your availability? (e.g., midday, late afternoon, anytime on Wednesdays)
Additional information about where I can practice: I see clients located in Maine, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC, via teletherapy.
Specialties & Areas of Focus:
- I help people become their most authentic selves
- Self acceptance
- Fat liberation
- Unlearning harmful messages
- Reducing anxiety
- Building more authentic relationships
- Coming out
- Neurodivergence (ADHD, Autism, Mental Illness)
Modalities & Theoretical Lenses:
- Fat-positive
- Strengths-based
- Trauma-informed
- Anti-racist
- Sex-positive
- Pro-disability justice
Age Groups Served:
- Adults (18 years old and up)
Additional Populations Served & Allied Groups:
- Transgender
- Asexual
- Questioning
- Fat
- People in Larger Bodies
- People with disabilities
- Kinky people
- Polyamorous people
- Sex workers
- Neuroatypical
Languages Services Offered In:
- English

My Philosophy of Care

I approach my work with clients with compassion, curiosity, and care. I believe that psychotherapy is collaborative, driven by an individual’s goals, and supported by a mental health professional. My work is trauma-informed using an intersectional feminist lens. I see HAES as an extension of an anti-oppressive framework, supporting people in larger bodies and questioning systems and harmful messages. I fundamentally reject the idea that health is intrinsically tied to weight, exercise, or diet. Using a trauma-informed and strengths-based approach, I strive to help people heal, grow, and thrive.

About Me & My Practice

HAES has changed my life for the better, and I’ve seen it help so many people I’ve worked with. I am a queer, white, middle class, neurodivergent, small-fat person who got tired of conforming to the cis-het-patriarchy and wanted to break free so that I could thrive. I’ve been helping others do the same for over 10 years. I live with my partner in the metropolitan DC are with my dog Isadora and my cat Greta and try to be in nature as much as possible.

Accessibility Considerations

I offer virtual psychotherapy (teletherapy) and use a free, HIPAA-compliant service called Doxy. In my intake forms, I ask for name you would prefer to be called (as opposed to legal name) and pronouns. I ask for 48-hours notice for cancellations, but if we can reschedule within 5 days, I waive the cancellation fee. I’m committed to finding ways to become more accessible in my work with people.

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