Being different in our society is its own isolated trauma. Knowing you are different can create separations from those around you. For many, LGBTQ+ individuals experience this feeling of differentness starting as early as youth. During this developmentally sensitive time, these feelings can increase the likelihood of developing many long-term mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other forms of interpersonal trauma. As such, LGBTQ+ individuals usually need greater quality mental health treatment than the rest of the general population in order to live their best selves and lives.Read More
Gay Couples Therapy focuses on the unique dynamics of the same-sex relationship, which has its own strengths and challenges. A therapist who is sensitive and knowledgeable about same-sex couples and its unique relationship dynamics can help you and your partner navigate challenges within your relationship. There are no “special” treatments for gay and lesbian couples; the difference lies in an awareness of developmental and socio-cultural differences between same-sex and heterosexual relationships. Throughout sessions, you and your partner will be guided by your therapist to listen and learn from each other, and solve issues you two have.Read More
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