Individual/couple counseling with volunteer peer counselor. Gay Men's Counseling Community since 1973. 202-580-8861. GayMensCounseling.org No fees, donation requested.
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Check out our website, www.lgbtc.com , to view each of our eight psychotherapists (licensed clinical social workers and PhD psychologists) & contact any of us directly by phone or email. Choosing the right therapist for you & your particular concerns is important. We have years of experience in serving the LGBTQ community in many areas of expertise including: coming out, relationship issues, social anxiety, addictions, coming out of marriage, trauma, depression, anxiety, stress, gender identity, and more. Location is important, & we have offices in DC, MD, and VA. Ability to pay is important. Our fees vary but you will find reasonable fees & some of us on insurance panels. If you’re thinking of taking that first step, call any of us directly (see contact information under each of our profiles on our website) leave a message at 202-319-8541, or email us at: email@example.com . Thanks! And good luck to you in finding support.
Don’t just talk. You can create real change in your life! I help you learn, practice and apply concrete skills and strategies to overcome your problems and to achieve your goals. I’ve been serving the DC-area LGBT community since 1988. I’ve been named a “Top Therapist” by Washingtonian magazine. I’m located by the Tenleytown Metro in NW DC, near Wisconsin Ave. & River Rd. (easy parking). My fees are affordable. I provide specialized services, including groups, for social anxiety. Larry Cohen, LICSW. 202-244-0903. firstname.lastname@example.org . www.socialanxietyhelp.com .
I provide compassionate and affirming psychotherapy for individuals, couples, families and adolescents. A gay man myself, I have been serving the community for over 15 years. Additionally, I'm informed and educated on the experiences of folk who identify as transgender, lesbian, and bisexual as well as the experiences of African American members of the community. I'm also kink and poly-friendly - open to the different ways our community expresses our love, desires, and relationships. In therapy, I strive to create a space where you can feel safe speaking of any concern or thought. I won’t judge you, think that you’re crazy nor immoral. Together we find ways to enhance your creative thinking, express authentic emotions, and make effective actions. We explore your life and the ways you feel you can change. My office is at 17th and Q Streets, NW, 2 1/2 blocks from the Dupont North Metro exit. To set up an appointment or get more information, contact me at 202/460-6384 or email@example.com Visit me on the web at www.WhatIHearYouSaying.com .