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June Rusch

Master's student in marriage and family therapy (they/them)

This provider is currently NOT accepting new clients.


Hi, I’m June and I believe each person in this world has the right to be human, imperfect, and vulnerable without shame or prejudice. In my opinion, the therapy room should be a place where all subjects can be safely discussed, while also being an affirming and collaborative space where we can work through your challenges together to help you live your most authentic life.

I love working with couples, families, and individuals in areas such as polyamory, boundaries, personal power, gender identity, sex and sexuality, kink exploration, anxiety, depression, trauma, stress, life transitions, and anything else that affects our ability to be ourselves. I am a body positive, queer, neurodivergent, anti-capitalist person. My approach to this work is continuously informed by my values in anti-racism, anti-capitalism, queer and intersectional feminist theory, and body liberation.

Our work together will be trauma-informed, collaborative, sex-positive, body-positive, kink-positive, and systemic in its approach. My theoretical approach to therapy incorporates Narrative therapy, Internal Family Systems, and Solution-focused therapy, among others.

I am currently a Graduate Student at University of Wisconsin – Stout in the Marriage and Family Therapy and Sex Therapy Certificate. I am also an RYT certified yoga instructor and formerly worked in the Culinary Arts professionally as a Chef and Instructor.

Areas of Interest

  • Anxiety
  • Religious Trauma
  • Spirituality
  • Autism
  • PTSD
  • Self-esteem
  • Body Issues
  • Kink Exploration
  • Polyamory & Ethical non-monogamy


  • Adults
  • Adolescents (12+)
  • Neurodivergent People
  • Couples/Relational
  • Families
  • Groups