OUR Staff

Beth Gadomski, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist, PSY 23658
Clinical Director, OUR Therapy

Dr. Gadomski held clinical positions at Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley, prior to establishing her Oakland-based private practice specializing in evidenced-based counseling interventions for non-traditional communities. Recognizing the need for these specific services within the Bay Area, Dr. Gadomski launched OUR Therapy in order to provide alternative communities with safe and accessible space for comfortable and welcoming therapy from informed and like-minded clinicians. More about Dr. Gadomski’s background and therapy practice can be found at Integrativecounseling.com.

Bard Adler, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT 36324
Therapist, OUR Therapy

Bard has been in private practice since 1994, working with clients in San Francisco, Berkeley and Oakland. Prior to their work with OUR Therapy, Bard held various clinical roles at the University of California San Francisco’s Alliance Health Project, including individual and group psychotherapist, Gender Team member, LGBTQ researcher, manager, and community planner. 

Bard has enjoyed working with ‘non-traditional’ communities throughout their career, including individuals and couples who identify as LGBTQ, or as members of the kink and polyamory communities. They emphasize client resilience and use a variety of techniques, including mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral strategies, and object-relations theory to help their clients achieve their personal and relational goals.

In addition to their expertise in the concerns and strengths of gender and sexual minority communities, Bard has a graduate specialization in Grief, and a postgraduate certificate in Working With Returning Troops (and their families). They have extensive experience working with clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, chronic illness, substance misuse, and trauma.

A member of World Professional Association of Transgender Health (WPATH), Bay Area Open Minds (BAOM), the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT), and National Center for Sexual Freedom (NCSF), Bard has also provided consultation and training for non-profits, corporations and schools around issues of gender and sexual minority inclusion and equity.

Having been born and raised in the Bay Area, being a part of OUR Therapy, and being able to provide safe and accessible therapy with clinicians whom have the same commitment feels ‘like a perfect fit’ for Bard.