Many LGBTQ people in Atlanta experience anxiety and depression. I'm a gay therapist in Atlanta and I can help you feel good again.
Marriage & Family Therapist in Atlanta, GA
With your commitment to improve your marriage or relationship, using some of the most effective methods of couples therapy - Emotion Focused Couples Therapy and the Gottman Method of Couples Therapy, I can help you get your relationship back on track.
Part of the gift of therapy is having the opportunity to get to know yourself at a deep level. I use training in Psychodynamic and Analytical (Jungian) psychologies to help clients develop a deeper knowledge of themselves. Open yourself up to your blind spots and learn to accept the real you.
I'm A Gay Therapist, And I Have Been A Member Of Atlanta's LGBTQ Community For Over 20 Years. You can trust that my office is a place where you won't be judged for who you are, who you love, or how you live your life. You can also be assured that I am a therapist who gets what it's like to be gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender and that I am informed on the current issues we face both as individuals and as an LGBTQ community. It's safe to be yourself.
Couples Therapy Can Save Your Relationship. If you have tried to improve your relationship and haven’t succeeded, you are wise to be looking for a couples therapist. With commitment and a desire to get your relationship back on track, your chances of succeeding are strong. My expertise working with gay, lesbian and transgender couples, can help turn your relationship around and deepen the love you have for each other.
It's true. LGBTQ people like you and me experience depression and anxiety much more frequently than our heterosexual peers. By many estimates, we're twice as likely to experience one or both conditions. Know that you are not alone, and you don't have to suffer in secret or by yourself.