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Las Vegas, Nevada therapist: TyaCamellia (Tya) Stone, marriage and family therapist
LGBT Issues

TyaCamellia (Tya) Stone

Marriage and Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Do you find yourself hiding or pretending in order to avoid conflict or discomfort from others? Do expectations from others not align with what’s true to you? Does your gender identity fall between the binary, or are you in the process of transitioning? You deserve a life where you are authentically YOU! Living out and proud isn’t easy... It can be difficult to connect with others, especially when you don’t feel connected with yourself. You’re infested with thoughts and worries that make you hesitate from doing things that are good for you. You’re scared of how others will treat you, and you aren’t sure how to handle these difficult conversations and situations. You feel pressure to have everything figured out before you are allowed to say who you are. You may find yourself avoiding situations, or holding yourself back from other people. Sometimes you feel selfish for wanting to prioritize yourself over the convenience of others. You feel disconnected from society, your sense of self, and even your own body. You’re scared to embrace change and the consequences that come with it. I Will Help You: Process microaggressions and trauma. Learn practical skills to overcome the fear and anxiety that make you hesitate from stepping into your identity. Navigate potential blowout during and after coming out. Clearly set and maintain boundaries in a way that is kind to yourself and others. Confidently ask for what you want, and declare what you need — without feeling guilty. Develop a strong, positive sense of self that is balanced and well-rounded. Connect with your intuition, and learn to listen to it. Cultivating a positive sense of self may not be easy, but it can be simple!  
9 Years Experience
Online in Las Vegas, Nevada
Portland, Oregon therapist: Luke R. Allen, psychologist
LGBT Issues

Luke R. Allen

Psychologist, PhD
I am a Certified World Professional Association for Transgender Health Care (WPATH) GEI SOC7 Member. I have extensive training, research, and clinical experience working with transgender and gender-diverse youth, adults, and families.  
8 Years Experience
Online in Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas, Nevada therapist: Deidre Jenkins, marriage and family therapist
LGBT Issues

Deidre Jenkins

Marriage and Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, CIMHP, FNTP, SAP
Experience in the LGBT community and its issues.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person in Las Vegas, NV 89128
Online in Las Vegas, Nevada
Atlanta, Georgia therapist: Dr. Traci Williams, psychologist
LGBT Issues

Dr. Traci Williams

Psychologist, PsyD, ABPP, CFT-I
In our work together, I help you gain a greater sense of self-awareness, acceptance, and resilience. I help LGBTQ+ clients like you address issues related to coming out, exploring gender identity, managing anxiety and depression, building healthy relationships, and finding community support.  
11 Years Experience
Online in Las Vegas, Nevada
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania therapist: Dan Walinsky, psychologist
LGBT Issues

Dan Walinsky

Psychologist, PhD
Much of my career has focused on supporting LGBTQIA people in any number of ways. Whether you're at a point where you're considering coming out, if you're exploring your sexual or gender identity, or need space to process the important relationships in your life, this can be a great space to do some work. Many LGBTQIA people have had to make compromises in their lives to fit into social norms that don't mirror queer realities, and doing so can leave a real impact. I love to help LGBTQIA people work toward becoming more fully themselves.  
2 Years Experience
Online in Las Vegas, Nevada