LGBTQ* Population

People who are gender non-conforming, as well as people in non-heterosexual or non-monogomous relationships, tend to have a hard time finding a therapist. It is hard to know based on a picture and a general description if a given therapist will not stigmatize, label, diagnose, or try to fix someone who identifies as LGBTQ* (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Ally, Polyamorous, etc.). 

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I strive to provide counseling services that support you in your LGBTQ* identity and enhance your safety and health. Whether you are seeking services specifically related to your identity and secondary struggles that come with your experience (i.e. job discrimination), or you are seeking services unrelated to your LGBTQ* identity, I will follow your lead.

If you are looking for a safe space to explore general counseling issues, my General page and my In the Office page may offer relevant information.

If you are looking for trainings or consultation regarding Gender and Sexuality issues, contact me directly and/or view my Consultation page.