Gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender persons have been frequently subjected to hurtful and negative judgments that can affect self-image, increase fears, and block creative energy. If you are feeling alone or depressed, recovering from a relationship or in an unhappy one, struggling with drug dependency or sexual issues, or unable to focus on work or career concerns, it can be very helpful to consider working with an LGBT psychotherapist.
In a safe setting that is supportive and confidential, we will explore your feelings, history, relationships and hopes to better identify strengths and resolve conflicts. I offer individual, couple, and group therapy specifically for LGBT persons.
What You Can Expect From Our Therapy Sessions:
Ultimately, LGBT counseling can and should accomplish some of the following objectives:
• Lessen Fears and Reduce Anxiety
• Increase Feelings of Self-Acceptance and Esteem
• Deepen Insight and Knowledge
• Expand Hopefulness About the Future
• Achieve Greater Focus and Mastery
Therapy Areas of Focus Include:
• Work Concerns
• Grief and Mourning
• Health Issues
Therapy should show concrete results in a reasonable period of time. After several months, we will together evaluate goals and progress to make sure you are benefiting from your sessions.
Call to learn more about my LGBT counseling method or to schedule an appointment.
To schedule an appointment, please fill out the information below or call me at 212-229-0090. All sessions are confidential.