“Who am I?”
This question is frequently asked by individuals at different stages of their lives. But for gay men and women and for those who identify as transgender, it can take on another layer of meaning.
“Coming out” to yourself and to family and friends and becoming part of a community can feel both frightening and exhilarating at the same time. Although it is a step that each person must take individually, we can help make it easier. We also offer counseling for individuals who are currently married and are struggling with answering this same question.
If you are a family member of a lesbian, gay or transgender person, we can also help you to learn how to provide support to your son, daughter, brother, sister, parent, etc.