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M.A. Candidate, Couple & Family Therapy


Lore’s therapeutic orientation is trauma-informed and rooted in internal family systems, collaborative therapy, attachment theory, and somatic therapy. A proud and grateful member of the LGBTQIA2S+ community, Lore is honored to work with queer, trans, gender expansive, questioning individuals and their families.

Lore creates safe containers for individuals, couples, and families to explore their needs and deepen their connections. They are well-versed in alternative relationship styles, such as polyamory and consensual non-monogamy, and welcome clients who identify as such or are curious. 

As a socio-culturally attuned therapist, Lore values the role culture plays in their clients’ lives and acknowledges the social systems of oppression that impact so many. Lore’s style of therapy is client-led and heartful. They identify as an advocate for their clients, not just a therapist!

Having gained their BA in dance from Western Washington University, and after years as a working artist, Lore went on to become a trained Death Doula. They are passionate about helping communities navigate end-of-life planning and care, as well as processing and holding personal and collective grief. 

Lore is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Couple & Family Therapy from Antioch University New England. 

Lore Aschoff



  • Polyamorous/consensually non-monogamous relationships 

  • Gender affirming care

  • Death, dying & grief 

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