Kole Mason, PsyD, LLP


Kole (pronouns: they/them) completed a master’s degree in Counseling in 2015 and their Counseling Psychology degree in 2019. Their clinical experiences have primarily been within the university and college setting with folx between the ages of 17 - 60. As a result, they have worked with a wide variety of identities and presenting concerns, which include, but are not limited to anxiety, mood, acculturation, relationships with others, family of origin, adjustment, social identity, and trauma. In general, Kole is passionate about working with members of one or more marginalized groups, especially transgender and non-binary people of color, and is a poly and kink aware/affirming therapist.


When working with clients, Kole views presenting concerns and symptoms from a broader perspective that highlights both current functioning and previous experiences. This focus on the developmental context of the whole person ensures that the plan for healing is individualized and multilayered. Kole is always striving to help their clients find a sense of long-lasting clarity, support, and relief for their concerns. This is accomplished by keeping the quality of the therapeutic relationship at the foundation of their work. Kole believes that a relationship based on mutual respect, curiosity, humility, and loving kindness, can provide an invaluable, real-time, model for developing and maintaining healthy and healing connections with others. Kole hopes that clients experience them as warm, imperfect, authentic, and truly invested in their clients’ personal growth and development. 


In their spare time, Kole enjoys reading, listening to music, being in nature, laughing, writing, daydreaming, spending quality time with their loved ones, and most of all, eating pizza.