If you are gay, you can benefit from the unique perspective of a gay therapist.
As a gay therapist serving North Carolina, I celebrate each person as a unique individual with their own strengths and challenges. I am committed to creating a positive therapy environment, where all are welcome, and to being nonjudgmental, body-positive, sex-positive, and LGBTQ-affirming. Every person deserves to live a life with dignity and respect. I strive to create a safe space where you can address any issues from past traumas, create goals for personal growth, and explore issues of personal identity.
My work as a gay therapist has two primary focuses:
- It is person-centered: This means that I put in the work to really get to know you as a person and to build a trust relationship with you. This foundation allows me to support you as you identify your personal growth goals and work toward a more fulfilled, fulfilling life.
- It is strengths-based: You have to start where you are. We will focus on what is already working in your life and build on those strengths to move you toward where you want to be. Strengths-based therapy allows you to become the best version of yourself while affirming your value.
If you are gay, you can benefit from the unique perspective of a gay therapist. There are unique challenges to identifying as gay. It can increase feelings of depression or anxiety. It can feel isolating, like no one really understands what you are going through. There may be unique relationship challenges, traumas, family conflicts, and self-esteem issues. Feelings of anger and grief are common. At ASCH Counseling and Development, PLLC, I can provide helpful, compassionate guidance through these challenges and more. Contact me today.
At ASCH Counseling and Development, PLLC, I am a gay therapist helping people from throughout North Carolina, including Raleigh, Garner, Cary, Apex, Clayton, Holly Springs, Wake Forest, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Smithfield, Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Dunn, Sanford, Henderson, and Wilson.