LGBTQ Affirmative Psychotherapy

I proudly work with gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer identified clients.  Often, LGBTQ people seek psychotherapy for the same reasons straight people would -- to address problems in relationships, feeling depressed or anxious, or seeking to better understand themselves and their goals.

Gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans and queer people may wish to address issues related to coming out, dating and relationships, managing relationships with families of origin, spirituality, and more.  I provide a safe, warm, supportive environment in which to explore these issues.

Transgender and gender-queer individuals may seek also guidance on understanding options for gender transition; navigating family and peer relationships before, during, and after transition; and transitioning in the workplace, among other issues.  I will provide a secure environment in which to grow into your authentic self.  I follow the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) Standards of Care and will provide appropriate documentation to support gender affirming transition and change of identity documents.

For many people, none of the above labels apply.  I am happy to work with people whose identities, lives and relationships go beyond the traditional boxes.  Contact me and see if we can work together.

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