Julius Jessup Peterson

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Roots Seeds and Branches, LLC



video sessions available

About Julius Jessup Peterson

During our sessions together, I will support you in exploring the many parts of you and how they came to be. I will work with you to identify the negative messages connected to these parts of you. We will form a relationship with these parts and create a safe place for all of you to be seen, heard, and understood. In this safe place, you will heal yourself.

Developing my own internal resources has helped me to move through some very difficult times as a member of the LGBTQ community. Using evidence based research, I provide care that values every part of you and respects where you came from. In those moments of pain and struggle and self-discovery, I will help you to choose yourself.

I seek to create a safe and inclusive space for black-bodied individuals, LGBTQ+ folks, survivors of trauma, sex workers, and clients who are struggling with relationship and intimacy issues. My approach to mental health care is rooted in anti-oppressive and decolonizing frameworks. The treatment modalities that I use have been found to be effective across many cultures, ages, genders, and experiences. I am here to support my clients in rediscovering themselves, strengthening their mind-body connection, and living the life they have always wanted.

My areas of expertise include: LGBTQ+ Issues, Kink/Sexual Outsiders, Cultural and Systemic Oppression, Racial Identity, Infidelity/Affair Repair, Historical/Intergenerational Trauma, Family Conflict, Adverse Childhood Experiences, and Polyamorous and Open Relationships.

Clinician Demographics:
• Ethnicity: African-American
• Race: Black

How to get started

Contact us via email at julius@rootsseedsandbranches.com or via phone at (404) 626-2976

Below are the payment options this practice offers:

  • We offer an income based sliding scale.





Queer and Trans People of Color
Historical/Intergenerational Trauma
Cultural and Systemic Oppression

Practice Works With:

Allied Communities