Protected: Nat Jones-Sikes, He/Him/His

Psychotherapist, MSW


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Speciality of Practice

Mental Health

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MSW, Springfield College (2022), BS Ithaca College (2014)


Pickleball, roller-skating, watching documentaries, discovering new music, watching live music, reading non-fiction.

Staff Bio

Nat Jones-Sikes, MSW (He/Him/His) is a psychotherapist with Transhealth. Nat Graduated from Ithaca College with a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science in 2014 and received his Master’s degree in Social Work from Springfield College in 2022. Nat’s experience as Transhealth’s first Social Work Intern solidified his commitment to serving transgender and gender-diverse communities. He comes to Transhealth with a wide-ranging wealth of experience, including his internship providing outpatient therapy with trans, nonbinary, and gender-diverse adults and children at Transhealth . Nat also has previous experience working as a Therapeutic Mentor for children and as a Therapeutic Training and Support Staff working with children and their families within the In-Home Therapy team. He also has experience with adults and children with developmental disabilities and has worked in a residential care setting for adults with forensic backgrounds and co-occurring mental health needs. Additionally, he has experience making prosthetics for the transgender, non-binary, and gender-diverse population. Nat enjoys working with individuals across the lifespan. As a transman, Nat feels especially passionate about advocating for the queer and trans community. Nat also feels passionate about supporting children in the foster care system or those who have been adopted, are in the adoption process, or are looking to adopt themselves.


Nat is committed to a therapy space that is centered around gender affirming care, social and racial justice, being trauma informed, and that is strengths based. Nat also believes in the importance of being body and sex positive in his work. Nat utilizes relational and attachment-based frameworks in therapy.