Lauren Ledoux, LICSW
Clinical Sex Therapy Associate
Lauren’s primary focus in relationship work is geared towards improved communication, healthier boundaries, and trauma-processing in a safe and supportive atmosphere. She believes that individuals and couples thrive in an environment in which their strengths are highlighted before their challenges. As someone who believes that all people, in some capacity, are trauma-survivors, Lauren’s practice, first and foremost, is trauma-informed. She also draws from a wide variety of theoretical perspectives, with foundations in psychodynamism and Harm Reduction.
Lauren has profound interest in non-traditional relationships, family systems affected by poverty or incarceration, and those experiencing complex grief. She is a former board member and clinical supervisor for The Prison Birth Project, and is a fierce advocate for incarcerated people and their families—with special interest in providing reproductive care, education, and access to those giving birth inside.
Lauren is also an avid writer who enjoys incorporating restorative writing prompts into sessions when appropriate.
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Massachusetts
Bard College at Simon’s Rock, Bachelors in Sociology and Creative Writing
University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration, Masters in Social Work