Confidential individual therapy sessions are offered for people ages 18 and up. Individual therapy is aimed at helping you reach your identified goal(s) for change, and is tailored to your specific unique needs. Sessions are typically 50 minutes in length and scheduled on a varied or recurrent basis. Letters of support for gender -affirming medical treatment can be done as part of therapy. You may use insurance benefits for sessions, or pay the self pay rate of $150 per session.
Group therapy can be a powerful way to connect with others…and yourself!
Sisterhood: is a biweekly group on Wednesday's from 5pm -6pm for tans woman and non-binary transfeminine folx 25+ (Group is currently on break until further notice)
To 'T' or not to 'T': is a biweekly group on Wednesday's from 5pm -6pm for tans men and non-binary transmasculine folx 25+ (Group is currently on break until further notice)
These are groups where you will receive support, solidarity, psychoeducation and acceptance. You may use insurance benefits for sessions, or pay the self pay.
*To be added to the waitlist for future groups please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Letters of support for gender-affirming medical treatment
I provide letters of support for gender-affirming medical care. I am knowledgeable about the process of writing letters of support for cross-hormone treatment and surgical procedures as well as the WPATH Standards of Care version 8. Letters of support sessions are offered as a stand-alone service; meaning that you can schedule sessions just for an assessment, rather than ongoing therapy. As and gender therapist I am committed to not being a gatekeeper in trans healthcare. People may use insurance benefits for sessions, or pay the self pay rate of $150 per session. If using insurance benefits there is a two session minimum before your letter will be completed. If self pay I do not require a minimum number of sessions before your letter will be completed.
With the increased visibility of the transgender community more industries and individuals are finding the need to increase their knowledge and understanding of issues that affect the transgender community. These courses designed for behavioral/mental health clinicians, human resources professionals, students, managers, and anyone who would like to develop strategies toward practicing cultural humility within the transgender community.