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LaGriff Griffin. M.S.

Advanced Doctoral Student Clinician

They | Them 

Adolescence & Adults

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Suffolk University

Meet LaGriff!

LaGriff Griffin, M.S. (they/them) is an Advanced Doctoral Student Clinician at NECOA in Cambridge, MA. LaGriff uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Exposure and Response Prevention, and trauma-informed, client-centered approaches in their work with adolescents and adults with OCD, anxiety, and PTSD. LaGriff specializes in working with queer, trans and non-binary populations, as well as with folks practicing non-monogamy/polyamory. They have extensive experience in working with individuals who have experienced complex trauma (e.g., relational, developmental, racial, systemic, SA, CSA, etc.), systemic oppression, and chronic illness.


LaGriff is originally from southern Louisiana. They graduated from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a B.S. in Psychology and an M.S. in General Psychology. LaGriff is currently a 5th year Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology at Suffolk University in Boston, MA. LaGriff's research focuses on how (1) privilege and discrimination impact psychological flexibility and (2) the promotion of health and wellness among queer, trans, and non-binary communities via systemic and equitable change. LaGriff loves everything outdoors, cooking for the folks they love, and community building. 

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