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 accepting of and familiar with alternative lifestyles, including BDSM, swinging, polyamory and queer. I am a professional consultant in the field of Alternative Relationship Styles, 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. I was also recently consulted for this article in The Rooster as a polyamory expert.

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