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    Devan Livaudais, Clinical Intern

    Meet Devan, a Clinical Therapy Intern and Masters of Clinical Mental Health Counseling candidate at Saybrook University. Devan’s passion for mental health is driven by his dedication to working with queer and neurodivergent individuals. He believes that by creating a mutually brave and safe space, both healing and self-discovery can be facilitated, helping people to navigate the complexities of an ever-evolving world.

    Devan understands that many people struggle to regulate their emotions and seeks to empower his clients by bridging the connection between their bodies, minds, and emotions. He is committed to helping each person he works with embrace their unique beauty and stand in their power as the amazing humans they are.

    Taking an integrative, holistic, and trauma-informed approach, Devan incorporates techniques from cognitive behavioral therapy, gestalt therapy, and nature therapy, to name a few. By using these methods, he can tailor treatment plans to address each client’s specific needs, guiding them on a path toward personal growth and emotional well-being.

    Devan welcomes people of all ages and from all backgrounds, striving to create a compassionate and understanding environment in which everyone feels supported and valued. As a clinical intern, he is eager to learn from his clients and contribute to their journey toward mental wellness.

    When not working or in school, Devan enjoys getting out in nature as much as possible. He enjoys yoga, playing video games, and exploring with his partner, Bobbi.