University of Cincinnati
Services that JAC provides includes:
JAC Stringer (he/him), MSW, LGSW
Supervised by Amanda Mulfinger, PhD, LP
Minnesota License #25558
JAC also sees clients on
Tuesday in our Edina offices.
JAC is a trans-genderqueer femme, disabled, two-spirit, Native American radical activist and social worker. He works with transgender and gender diverse youth and young adults ages 11-26 who wish to process their identities, experiences, and mental health including depression, bipolar moods, anxiety, dissociation, trauma (including familial abuse, sexual assault, stalking, intimate partner violence, religious trauma, online sexual exploitation, trafficking), self-harm, suicidality, and negotiating disability/chronic pain. He is a trauma-informed feminist, sex positive, allied to multiples/alters, kink-positive, and poly inclusive. He specializes in gender, sexuality, and serving the trans, queer, and the greater LGBTQPIA2S+ community.
JAC’s practice is centered on compassion, transparency, and recognizing the intersection of cultural oppressions including racism, sexism, cisgenderism, heterosexism, ableism, ageism, sizeism, classism, ethnocentrism, religious imperialism, colonization, and medical gatekeeping. He’s committed to servant leadership and has a strong passion for building spaces for LGBTQPIA2S+ community to come together. He knows that trans and queer people are strongest when they are together, being there for each other in ways no one else can. Whatever a person's reasons for wanting or needing support, JAC strives to foster a comforting safer space where they feel validated and heard.
Daytime, evening and weekend appointments are available and we accept most insurance.
JAC is an independent contractor working with Cabot Psychological Services.
Cabot Psychological Services has a team of highly trained professionals to assist you with your specific needs. Meet The Team
JAC has served as a social justice community organizer and educator for over fifteen years, with a focus on trans wellness and community building, genderqueer femme identities, trauma survivors, and accessibility resources. He strives to create visibility and resources for Midwestern trans communities with the heart of his work surrounding trans youth and young adults. His work history spans social justice organizing, direct services, therapy, clinical social work, community education, healthcare advocacy, and artistic activism. In 2008, he founded the Midwest’s first multi-state trans wellness organization, Heartland Trans Wellness Group, where he served as Executive Director and Program Director for seven years. His program models targeting isolated trans and queer populations have been adopted in multiple Midwestern cities and he is an established social justice educator on trans activism and depathologizing, harm reductive trans healthcare. He has served in leadership positions in several organizations including The Philadelphia Trans Health Conference, FemmeCon, GLSEN, Advocates for Youth, and the International Drag King Community Extravaganza, volunteers locally with the Minnesota Trans Health Coalition, and facilitates a professional support group for trans health and wellness providers, MSP Trans Identified Provider Support (TIPS).