Brooke Stott

Protected: Brooke Stott, LCSW She/Her/Hers

Psychotherapist LCSW/Community Partnerships Coordinator


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MSW, Salem State University

Additional Clinical Education

California Institute of Integral Studies: Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies & Research; Trauma Institute & Child Trauma Institute: EMDR Training, Progressive Counting Training


Music production, time in nature/hiking, cooking

Favorite Artist/Band

Tool, Parvati Records, Zenon Records

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Brooke practices strengths-based trauma-informed and gender-affirming therapy, utilizing interventions including EMDR, Progressive Counting, and Motivational Interviewing.

Staff Bio

Brooke Stott (she/her/hers) is a Therapist and Community Partnerships Coordinator with Transhealth. She brings a dynamic background of clinical care, research, advocacy, and training experience to share with the organization, along with years of work within the LGBTQ+ community. Brooke graduated from UMass Amherst in 2005 with an undergrad degree in sustainable forestry and has since returned to Salem State University for a master’s degree in social work, through which she has offered community-based therapeutic services at JRI’s Boston GLASS program, as well as outpatient therapy services at Clinical & Support Options in Greenfield, MA. 

Brooke began working within the transgender and gender-diverse (TGD) community as a health navigator with AIDS Action Committee’s TransCEND program in Roxbury, MA. Shifting her focus to more rural areas of the region, Brooke began work with the PATH Project, a community-based participatory research project on the lived experiences of TGD community members navigating health care systems. Most recently, Brooke was the program coordinator of the Pioneer Valley TransECHO, a yearlong training, and education program for both clinical and administrative health care staff looking to better serve the region’s TGD population. Additionally, she has also served as a co-facilitator of LGBTQ+ youth peer-support groups through OUT MetroWest.