Chosen Heart Counseling

Affirming psychotherapy holding space for your experiences, strengths, and growth points to have an expansive view of what is possible in life.

You may be in a time full of worry and seeking belonging, it's okay to want genuine connections with others. Therapy can be a place to heal, to learn, to grow, to transform, and to feel seen.

About Me

I am AJ Guerrero, a licensed therapist with over 7 years of experience dedicated to building authentic connections with my clients. I've served as a community based clinician in Justice Resource Institute, with a specialized role to work with LGBTQ+ families and youth of color, as an LGBTQ+ Director at Wellesley College and as a clinical intern at the Wheelock College Counseling Center in supporting college students. I am a butch lesbian, Filipina immigrant, Neurodivergent woman who uses she/her pronouns. Outside of the practice, I am a mama to three adorable cats, cook with my partner and friends, and stay involved with my local women's motorcycle group in volunteering and leading pride parades.

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LGBTQ+ Affirming

As an openly butch lesbian immigrant of color, I bring my lived experience and my formal training as a therapist in LGBTQ+ issues to the space. For letters for gender affirming surgeries and related support services, click Read More for requirements.

Telehealth Services

I am currently only offering online therapy conducted via video for all Massachusetts residents. I will not be offering any in-person sessions until further notice.​ Click Read More for more information about telehealth services

Do you take insurance?

Chosen Heart Counseling takes Blue Cross Blue Shield and Aetna health insurances. If you do not have BCBS or Aetna, I am an out-of-network provider for most PPO/POS insurance plans, Click Read More for Out of Network Information.

Out of Pocket Cost

Out of Pocket or self-pay fee is $200 per session. If you are using BCBS or Aetna, your fee per session will be based on your copay/deductible for your health plan. To find out more about your copay/deductible, please call your insurance provider.

Why Choose to Self Pay?

There's a few reasons why folks choose to pay out of pocket rather than use insurance, not limited to privacy concerns and limited coverage. To find out more information, click Read More.

Patient First Law in MA

On January 1, 2021, Governor Baker signed An Act Promoting a Resilient Health Care System that Puts Patients First (“Patients First”) into law which makes significant changes to the state’s healthcare laws. Click Read More to find out more information.

Contact Me

AJ Guerrero, LMHC

Phone: 857.371.5101