LGBT Issues therapists in Washington, D.C. DC

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Washington, District of Columbia therapist: Dr. Wayne Bullock, psychologist
LGBT Issues

Dr. Wayne Bullock

Psychologist, PsyD, MEd
Identifying within a minority group creates a host of stresses, along with all of the other challenges of life. I have significant experience working with LGBTQ persons and understand the aggressions, micro and otherwise, that face these communities. I also understand the pressures that can arise from internalized messages from a heteronormative society. You deserve a space where you can unpack all of your feelings about these, as well as construct your narrative of who you are and where you want to be in life.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person in Washington, DC 20006
Online in Washington, D.C.
Washington, District of Columbia therapist: Karen J. Osterle, licensed clinical social worker
LGBT Issues

Karen J. Osterle

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, MSSA, LICSW
There is no catch-all category of "LGBT issues," so this category simply signals that this is a very safe space for individuals and couples who happen to love someone of the same (or non-binary) gender to talk about what is getting in the way of full connection, full functioning, and full growth.  
23 Years Experience
In-Person in Washington, DC 20036
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 Washington, D.C.
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LGBT Issues

Alpha health-mental

Psychiatric Nurse/Therapist, PMHNP
Help clients navigate the process of managing and leading a productive life  
2 Years Experience
In-Person in Washington, DC 20010
Online in Washington, D.C.
Washington, District of Columbia therapist: DR Mindy Jacobs, psychologist
LGBT Issues

DR Mindy Jacobs

Psychologist, PhD -licensed psychologist, ABPP-Board Certified in Counseling Psychology
I work with patients to help them bring together their thoughts and emotions. I start with accepting them for who they are and helping people live out their potential. I explore the person's history as well as prenent influences. I also utilize the therapy relationship as a microcosm their life.  
39 Years Experience
In-Person in Washington, DC 20007
Washington, District of Columbia therapist: Bold Expressions Therapy, psychologist
LGBT Issues

Bold Expressions Therapy

Psychologist, Psy.D.
As a member of the LGBT community, and as someone who holds degrees both in psychology and LGBT Health and Policy, I couple an academic understanding of the unique disparities that come with these identities with a profound personal knowledge of them in my own life. Not all patients have had positive experiences with the medical community, so it is my hope that my education and bisexual identity will serve my patients in a way that makes them feel both heard and seen. I also recognize that our identities can be static, or they can be fluid, and that the coming out process isn’t something we do just once: we do it over and over again. I do not personally identify as cisgender, and so I approach the issues facing the transgender, nonbinary, genderqueer, and gender non-conforming communities with deep empathy and personal understanding. From fluidity to transitioning, hormone replacement therapy, to writing letters for surgery, I am committed to supporting my clients on their journeys. Not everyone experiences their own gender in the same way, so the discussion of gender as a construct and societal gender norms is at the forefront of our discussions in working through the big mess that is gender.  
4 Years Experience
In-Person in Washington, DC 20008
Online in Washington, D.C.
Westport, Connecticut therapist: Jason Powell, marriage and family therapist
LGBT Issues

Jason Powell

Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT, CST
I am fortunate to have experience with all genders, sexual preferences, and orientations. I will hold a safe and welcoming space for everyone.  
3 Years Experience
In-Person in Washington, DC 20036
Online in Washington, D.C.
Washington, Washington, D.C. therapist: David A. Heilman, psychologist
LGBT Issues

David A. Heilman

Psychologist, Psy.D.
While receiving my doctorate in clinical psychology, I also received a graduate certificate in LGBT Health Policy and Practice. I used this experience to gain more insight into treating internalized heteronormativity and shame within the LGBTQIA+ communities.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in Washington, DC 20036
Online in Washington, D.C.