Life is challenging for everyone in one way or another – it seems to me that it’s in the facing of those challenges that we grow as human beings. If you were born gay or lesbian, you know that you have had to face another layer of challenges to being your authentic true self, such as having to conform to a hetero-oriented enculturation in order to survive childhood, beginning in your family and in your community, a mindset that typically continues into and impacts adult life and relationships.
And yet for most if not all of us, there was no one to help us understand and work through those challenges and the psychological implications of growing up homosexual in a homophobic world that leads to such experiences as depression, anxiety, stress, and trauma and can result in, among other things, conflictual and unstable relationships. Moreover, we likely did not have anyone around to educate us on our historic legacy as homosexuals, or help us develop a more fulfilling understanding and appreciation of our enlivening Gay/Lesbian Spirit, or initiate us into experiencing our Gay/Lesbian Soul.
I have passion for and longtime experience in assisting gay men and lesbians in overcoming oppressive forces within and without to better connect with Gay/Lesbian Spirit within them and live more authentic lives. I look forward to meeting you and assisting you on your path to greater wholeness, more authentic and fulfilling relating, and reaching toward your true potential as a gay or lesbian person!
“Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart.
Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.”
Whether you are interested in simply developing some tools with which to resolve conflicts in your life or change problematic behaviors, or you want to venture more depthfully to address the causes of those conflicts, behaviors, and/or other psychological and emotional issues and move toward a greater connection with your Gay/Lesbian Spirit, you can get started right away by getting in contact today!
I know that reaching out for help can sometimes feel like it is the most difficult thing to do – that is what makes it such a courageous act! I hope that you do not let your fear deter you from getting what you truly deserve: a more authentic lived experience of your Gay/Lesbian Soul!