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LGBTQ Affirming Therapy

Relational Therapy
Pride Parade

Members of the LGBTQ therapy often face unique challenges with their mental health and have higher rates of depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation than cisgender and heterosexual peers. This is often because of societal discrimination and bullying LGBTQ folks experience in school, work, in their families, or even in their respected religion. Additionally, the mental health field has had a bad relationship with our community with a history of pathologizing our identities.


Many queer people have a hard time connecting with a therapist because either the therapist doesn't understand the nuances of being LGBTQ+ or they have their own judgements or preconceptions about our identities. Sometimes clients have even had to educate their therapist about their identity, which takes away focus from the issues the client is struggling with.


You deserve better from the mental health field. Our clinicians strive to create a welcoming environment where you feel seen, accepted, and valued for who you are. And you won't have to educate us about your identity or worry about us judging you. You are safe here. 

Read on to see how each of our clinician's show up in the therapy room:

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