Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender individuals may seek therapeutic services for help with many of the same issues as heterosexuals. Sometimes these psychological, emotional, and behavioral issues do not involve their sexual or gender orientation. Meanwhile for other clients, their depression, anxiety and/or other stressors may be directly associated to their LGBT identity. It is common for people from the LGBT population to experience discrimination and coming-out issues. As our society continues to slowly become more accepting of LGBT individuals, there are now different challenges that upcoming generations of LGBT persons may face. For example, it is now becoming more common for children to have same-sex parents. The stigma and discrimination that same-sex parents and children of same-sex parents may experience could affect their psychological well-being and overall quality of life. Therapy can help you problem-solve and provide you with the support you need when confronting LGBT concerns or challenges. To request a new patient appointment click here.