It can be hard to maintain and grow an intimate emotional connection with your loved ones when your career demands that you to protect your emotions. Your family may struggle sometimes with the emotional disconnect. You may feel torn between two worlds trying to find a way to connect with both every day. As a significant other you may feel waves of fear over losing your loved one, waves of relief when they get home and waves of loneliness when they are gone. Working with a therapist who understands the unique struggles your family faces can help strengthen your relationship and build your emotional connection.
In a world that is not always accepting of difference, we offer gender therapy that creates a compassionate and judgment-free space – one that promotes healing and empowerment. Therapy is a safe place to help you explore your identity, receive support in the coming out and transition process, and to step into the freedom of living as your truest self, however that may look.
At the end of the day, you are the expert in your own experience. Your therapist’s role is simply to help guide you in identifying the changes you want for yourself – the ones that align to who you truly are.