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Flagstaff, Arizona therapist: Psychotherapy.Com, psychologist
LGBT Issues

Psychotherapy.Com

Psychologist, Ph.D.
Experienced LGBTQ therapists  
28 Years Experience
In-Person in Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Online in Flagstaff, Arizona
Sedona, Arizona therapist: Dr. Florence Rosiello, therapist
LGBT Issues

Dr. Florence Rosiello

Therapist, Ph.D.
Most of my work is with people who have difficulty in relationships, either feeling too emotionally isolated or too merged. My strength lies in helping people find a place where they can be in intimate relationships and not lose themselves. Loving is difficult - and feeling loved, is even harder.  
40 Years Experience
In-Person Near Flagstaff, AZ
Phoenix, Arizona therapist: Patrick Varney-Phoenix Foundations Recovery, counselor/therapist
LGBT Issues

Patrick Varney-Phoenix Foundations Recovery

Counselor/Therapist, MA, MS, LISAC, LAC
Finding an understanding therapist to navigate the cultural issues of LGBT community can be stressful. I'm a therapist who has several friends and family who are in the LGBT community.  
3 Years Experience
Online in Flagstaff, Arizona
 therapist: Jamie Pettus, psychologist
LGBT Issues

Jamie Pettus

Psychologist, PsyD
I have worked with LGBTQIA+ clients for around 20 years, and am a member of this community, as I identify as both a lesbian and as gender nonconforming. I have worked with many clients who identified as transgender or gender variant.  
21 Years Experience
Online in Flagstaff, Arizona
Atlanta, Georgia therapist: Dr. Sophia Aguirre, psychologist
LGBT Issues

Dr. Sophia Aguirre

Psychologist, Ph.D., CGP, F-AGPA
I believe everyone deserves a judgment-free space to feel understood and to heal. I am passionate about creating an affirming and empowering therapeutic space that affirms all facets of your sexual and gender identity. I understand that members of the LGBTQ+ community face many of the same mental health concerns as the general population, but they also have a set of unique challenges that other communities don’t. Our queer and trans communities face unique stressors from living in a stigmatizing, heteronormative society. Living authentically in a world that’s not built for queer and gender diverse people can feel overwhelming — even impossible — at times. My goal is to create creating a safe and inclusive environment where you can focus on the concerns that bring you to therapy without fear of judgment, invalidation, or discrimination. I utilize bring an anti-oppressive approach to therapy that emphasizes the importance of understanding the effects of power, privilege, and oppression on the lives of our clients and our communities. With the use of culturally-affirming practice, I hope to empower you to be your most authentic self and to develop a deeper understanding and acceptance of your unique intersecting identities.  
15 Years Experience
Online in Flagstaff, Arizona