I have been a counselor since 2008 and have over 10 years of training as a psychotherapist. I enjoy working with individuals and with relationships of all kinds – improving connection, intimacy and fulfillment.

I trained as a counselor in the heart of San Francisco – land of inclusiveness, sexual exploration and no judgments. I am comfortable with and competent in addressing alternative relationship styles, including kink, consensual non-monogamy and LGBTQIA. I am a professional consultant in the field of sexuality, as heard on the Family Affairs podcast and presenting through the University of Denver, the Denver Family Institute, and Exaholics. I currently review independently published books on the topics of sexuality, somatics, and psychotherapy for BlueInk Review. Click here to check out my blog on our private practice website.

If you are searching for a forum to improve your relationships and to become your best self, without shame, secrecy, or having to fit into anyone else’s concept of “normal”, then contact me. I encourage you to challenge yourself and do the work it takes to live the life you want.

50 min sessions are $125 and 80 min sessions (ideal for relationship work) are $175.
I have a flexible schedule and am available for day/evening/weekend appointments.
I am happy to answer questions by phone/email consultation. 

You can click on the icon below and scroll to the bottom of the page to read reviews of my work on the Thumbtack website:

Psychotherapy & Counseling


Indigo Stray, psychotherapist

Degrees & Certifications:

Gallatin at New York University :
BA in The Visual & Physical Expression of Emotion
California Institute of Integral Studies :
MA in Somatic Counseling Psychology
Denver Family Institute :
Post-Graduate Certification in Marriage & Family Therapy
The Gottman Institute :
Level 1 Research Based Approach to Couples Therapy

Co-Director & Psychotherapist at Mile High Psychotherapy
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #1275 / Registered Psychotherapist #NLC-12061

Member of the HealthCare Guild and the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy