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Transgender & LGBTQIA+ Therapy in Atlanta, GA

You're longing to feel accepted

Living in Atlanta as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community comes with its own set of unique challenges. Despite the city's vibrant diversity, finding a true sense of understanding and acceptance can sometimes feel impossible.

You may find yourself wrestling with your identity, trying to find your place within the southern culture, navigating the fears associated with coming out, or struggling with ongoing self-acceptance. These internal battles can make it difficult to fully connect with others, leaving you feeling isolated and lonely, even when you're surrounded by people.

It's too much to deal with alone

If you've landed on this page, it's likely that you've got to the point where it's too much to deal with on your own. You're living in a constant state of overwhelm, anxiety or stress and it's starting to interfere with your daily life, so you've made the decision to find someone who can help you through it. As a professional counselor who works with LGBTQIA+ clients in Atlanta, I'm here to support you in finding the path forward.

A safe space for the LGBTQIA+ community of Atlanta, GA​


The journey of self-discovery isn't easy, and you deserve a space where you feel seen, heard, and deeply understood. Whether you're looking to sort through the confusion, overcome obstacles, or simply have space to heal and grow, you'll be able to do so in our online therapy sessions.

I offer a space space for open discussions about sexual orientation, gender identity and your mental health. My experience includes working with a diverse range of members of the LGBTQIA+ community in Georgia, including individuals who identify as transgender, gender-fluid, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, intersex, asexual, and those who are questioning. Here, every aspect of your identity is welcomed and respected, and I provide you with the support you need to work through whatever issues you're facing.

Sexual identity or gender identity: what's the difference?


Sexual orientation relates to who you're attracted to on an emotional, romantic, or sexual level. It's about who you are drawn to or form relationships with, which might be people of the same gender, different genders, both, or neither. Common terms used to describe sexual orientation include homosexual, heterosexual, bisexual, pansexual, and asexual, among others.


Gender identity is about your internal, deeply held sense of being male, female, a blend of both, or neither. It's how you perceive yourself, which can correlate with or differ from the sex you were assigned at birth. For example, a person may be assigned female at birth but identify as male, or they might not identify strongly with either binary gender, feeling more gender-fluid or non-binary.


Realising you have a different sexual orientation can shift your entire identity and spark several different struggles. The topics of “body dysmorphia” or “gender transition” might come up and it can be overwhelming, especially if you don't have people around you to talk things through.

My approach to LGBTQIA+ counseling in Atlanta, GA


To really feel like you belong, it's important to explore what identity means to you, on a much bigger scale than gender and sexual orientation. When you start to understand who you are on a deeper level, you'll find yourself making choices that feel RIGHT. You'll develop an inner compass that points you exactly where you need to go in life, and you'll forge healthy relationships with people who truly get you.


I'm Jennifer, a LGBTQIA+ therapist in Atlanta, GA

As a licensed online therapist, I'm dedicated to supporting millennial women in Atlanta and throughout the state. Whether you're dealing with stress, anxiety or OCD, I'm here to guide you toward feelings of calm, resilience and joy.

I offer a free 15-minute consultation so you can ask any questions you may have and we can see if we'll be a good fit. Don't waste any more time. Let's get you the treatment you deserve.

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