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Fairfax, Virginia therapist: Dr. Rebecca Fleischer, psychologist
LGBT Issues

Dr. Rebecca Fleischer

Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
As a licensed clinical psychologist for 20+ years, I understand that the relationship and "fit" between client and therapist is paramount. I work hard to establish and maintain a relationship based on mutual trust and honesty. We can work together to help you feel less stuck, and more in control.  
32 Years Experience
In-Person in Fairfax, VA 22030
Online in Fairfax, Virginia
Fairfax, Virginia therapist: Rachel W. Friendly, Ph.D., psychologist
LGBT Issues

Rachel W. Friendly, Ph.D.

Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
It can be so hard to find affirming, safe spaces where we can explore our whole, authentic selves - where we can truly be all of us, in our largeness, our messiness, and our queerness. And especially these days, gender expansiveness can feel particularly scary. Gender trauma is real - but living inauthentically is excruciating. I work with queer and gender expansive adults who want to live their truth and explore their identities, but who might not be sure where to start. We can dig in to what may be holding you back, so that you can start to craft your truest, most beautiful life. We can investigate the internalized messages that may lead to shame or self-doubt. And we can work on replacing those messages with self-compassion, curiosity, and self-love. Together, we can help you to become your truest, most beautiful self.  
13 Years Experience
Online in Fairfax, Virginia
Washington, Washington, D.C. therapist: Dr. Caroline Hicks, psychologist
LGBT Issues

Dr. Caroline Hicks

Psychologist, PhD, LP
Sexual orientation and gender identity development are my areas of focus, and we use this space to make sure all intersecting identities (e.g., racial, religious, political, national) are considered as you find your authentic path in the world. This space is one where we can focus on your sexual orientation and/or gender identity development, or use these identities as a source of context to our work. In addition, I work with many trans*, non-binary, gender nonconforming, gender fluid, and other gender expansive folx as they embark on their path of congruence. In addition, I write letters of support for gender affirming surgeries/medical procedures.  
7 Years Experience
Online in Fairfax, Virginia
Manassas, Virginia therapist: All of You Counseling, licensed clinical social worker
LGBT Issues

All of You Counseling

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW, MSW
Our therapists bring 20+ years of combined personal and professional experience in understanding and approaching the unique issues faced by the LGBTQIA+ community and work with you to address personal struggles and how they impact all aspects of your life.  
1 Years Experience
In-Person Near Fairfax, VA
Online in Fairfax, Virginia
San Diego, California therapist: Dr. Sven Schild, psychologist
LGBT Issues

Dr. Sven Schild

Psychologist, PhD, SEP, TCC
My approach to working with LGBT issues involves integrating Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Somatic Experiencing (SE). ACT helps clients embrace their identity and experiences, encouraging psychological flexibility and value-driven actions. EMDR is used to process and resolve trauma related to discrimination, rejection, or other negative experiences, fostering healing and resilience. SE addresses the physiological impacts of stress and trauma, helping clients release stored tension and restore balance. This comprehensive approach supports LGBT clients in navigating their unique challenges, promoting self-acceptance, and enhancing overall well-being.  
16 Years Experience
Online in Fairfax, Virginia
Arlington, Virginia therapist: Brad Croyle, licensed professional counselor
LGBT Issues

Brad Croyle

Licensed Professional Counselor, MA. LPC
I work with clients who struggle with LGBTQ issues. During our sessions, we will collaborate to create a plan for addressing them that helps you resolve such issues in a meaningful manner to restore functioning enabling and empowering you to move beyond your past. I practice from a Holistic perspective and commonly employ EMDR and other effective modalities with helping clients achieve balance and purpose in their lives and creative solutions to their problems. This includes exploring past issues and trauma that may be a factor presently.  
26 Years Experience
Online in Fairfax, Virginia
Arlington, Virginia therapist: John Perry, counselor/therapist
LGBT Issues

John Perry

Counselor/Therapist, Resident in Counseling, MA, NCC
In my therapeutic practice, I'm deeply committed to providing a safe and affirming space for individuals navigating the intricate landscape of LGBT issues. Together, we explore the unique challenges and joys that come with identity exploration, relationships, and societal dynamics. My approach integrates empathy and understanding, utilizing evidence-based strategies to empower clients in their journey towards self-discovery, acceptance, and authentic living.  
2 Years Experience
In-Person Near Fairfax, VA
Online in Fairfax, Virginia
Alexandria, Virginia therapist: Robyn Brickel, therapist
LGBT Issues

Robyn Brickel

Therapist, M.A., LMFT
Please check out our compassionate guide to understanding LGBTQ+ issues. https://brickelandassociates.com/a-compassionate-guide-to-talking-about-transgender-issues/  
26 Years Experience
In-Person Near Fairfax, VA
Alexandria, Virginia therapist: Karina Garcia, pre-licensed professional
LGBT Issues

Karina Garcia

Pre-Licensed Professional, Resident in Counseling, CCTP
I am very familiar with the unique challenges that members of the LGBTGEQIAP+ often face, both in society and when seeking mental health services.  
4 Years Experience
Online in Fairfax, Virginia
Alexandria, Virginia therapist: Sound Mind Sound Body LLC, psychologist
LGBT Issues

Sound Mind Sound Body LLC

Psychologist, MPsy, PsyD
My practice is LGBTQ+ affirming, and I strive to foster a sense of safety and healing. There is often a great deal of intersectionality within coping with chronic health issues and stressors. Recognizing the importance of honoring all aspects of the individual is a goal in creating a balanced and cohesive sense of self.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person Near Fairfax, VA
Online in Fairfax, Virginia