LGBTQ2S+ Therapy:

While being part of the community can be a  great source of strength and comfort, it can also involve unique set of stressors that are not common to others. 

I believe that it’s essential to find someone you feel comfortable with, as the success of your treatment heavily depends on your therapeutic relationship. A person with whom you feel more comfortable opening up about your mental health problems, relationships, and other personal concerns, is essential to your positive journey with your therapist so you are able to be as honest with them as you can. 

I pride myself in being a compassionate Mental Health Professional who has been active in the community, and can work with you to find strength, overcome stigma, and navigate life’s obstacles to move towards the best possible version of the happier, healthier life you can achieve. 

Whether you are looking for individual, couples or family counseling and psychotherapy, we can work together on many aspects of the community’s challenges that include, but not limited to:

  • Navigating sexual orientation and identity 
  • Coming out 
  • Relationship issues
  • Parents of the LGBTQ2S+ community and members of the community who are parents
  • Family acceptance and relationships with friends 
  • Open relationships and monogamy
  • Codependency 
  • Substance use 

Though we can’t change experiences of the past, we can certainly work together, to better understand and resolve challenges you may face today.

Bisexual Allied

Gay Allied

HIV / AIDS Allied

Lesbian Allied

Non-Binary Allied

Open Relationships 


Queer Allied

Racial Justice Allied

Transgender Allied