5.

LGBTQ+
Group Therapy

Media images of the perfect couple in love bombard us every day. So do pictures and TV shows about friends who get along so well (and apparently don't need to work very often) that they can spend all the time in the world together. The perfect family for people whose real families aren't perfect.

These images can be real depressing when you're depressed. 

Two gay men nuzzling (not clients) on Mindful Mountain Therapy PLLC's website. The images on this page feature models in editorial photography. The people depicted are not current or former clients.
Four friends (not clients) smiling and posing for the camera on Mindful Mountain Therapy PLLC's website. The images on this page feature models in editorial photography. The people depicted are not current or former clients.

The images on this page feature models in editorial photography. The people depicted are not current or former clients.

This is why I think group therapy can be so beneficial.

Our brains are wired to be social.

My group therapy sessions allow you to connect with others in the LGBTQ+ community. Through group therapy, you can share your relationship and family burdens, and get feedback on what has worked for other people.

As a gay therapist, I remember how tough it was coming out. I remember how the long journey felt until my husband and I discovered each other. My LGBTQ+ group therapy sessions are supportive. No one is to be attacked or made to feel less than. This is a space where we want to grow your social skills, build-up your self-esteem, and deepen your knowledge about yourself and our community.

Please let me know if you'd like to join!