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301 N Palm Canyon Dr 103 1111
Palm Springs, CA 92262

Palm Springs
United States
California (CA)
Board Certified Diplomate
Certified Sexologist
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Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
Educational Psychology
University of Southern California
Master of Arts
Marriage & Family Therapy
University of Massachusetts, Global
Master of Arts
Biblical Studies & Theology
Fuller Theological Seminary
Bachelor of Arts
Azusa Pacific University
My name is Gabe Veas, and as a mental health professional, I appreciate the flexibility and opportunities of working with clients online through weekly video sessions. I am a Mexican-American, able-bodied, heterosexual, cis gender male from Los Angeles, California, who has been married for two decades. Before my work as a psychotherapist, I was a mentor, professor, lyricist, and clergy-person. In 2017, I was named the first Professor of Mentorship in the United States. Throughout my career, I have sought to be inclusive, most recently serving those from the trans, non-conforming, and intersex communities with the Trans Health & Wellness Center of Palm Springs.

Personally, I am committed to practicing self-care by enjoying life outdoors. I find joy in helping individuals, couples, and families pursue their mental health goals in a non-blaming and non-shaming manner. As a member of the American Association for Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists, I am invested in helping clients experience sexual health, freedom, and healing. I am also passionate about supporting people who currently & historically experience exclusion & erasure in areas such as ambiguous loss, imposter syndrome, and understanding one's identities, experiences, and journeys. Alongside my Chihuahua named Cancun Veas, we have sought to be allies to those seeking validation, affirmation, and support for their animal family members.

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