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Gay Issues Therapists in Houston

Grow Your Life, Counselor  in Houston
“I only specialize in complex and difficult cases. I take only a few clients and focus my energy with the goal of fast permanent change utilizing your many resources and strengths. I have trained over 500 psychotherapists in the Houston area as a professor in graduate school. I publish research articles in professional journals and present at national conferences. I am an active member of Mensa. You will find me humble, humorous, and nonjudgmental. You will never be rushed. I will show you the utmost of respect.
Gay Issues
(936) 205-2973
Houston, Texas 77019
Tony Aucoin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCDC, CDWF
“I recognize how daunting a task choosing a therapist can be and make myself readily available to discuss my skills with potential clients via telephone and e-mail in order to determine how their needs match what I can deliver. In my practice I understand that clients with symptoms of substance use, depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem have specific needs to address within the therapy setting. I commit myself to creating a therapeutic environment where safety and growth are of top priority. Please contact my office to set an initial appointment or ask any questions you may have.
Gay Issues
(832) 786-5348
Houston, Texas 77006
Paul LePhuoc, Psychologist  in Houston
“I help my patients address questions like "How can I have more satisfying relationships?" and "How can I find more flow in love and work?" I have a deep passion for working with people to uncover and rework unsatisfying relationship patterns. I believe healthy people seek therapy for various reasons throughout life, and psychotherapy can help you find a more genuine and integrated way of living and relating to others. I am a psychologist who is committed to my own personal growth and ongoing training. I also have a profound appreciation for 12 step approaches and insight oriented approaches.
Gay Issues
(832) 529-6991
Houston, Texas 77098
Glen R. Hilton, Counselor  in Houston
“"Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded." (Jess Lair) Adolescence can be a difficult phase of life in the best of circumstance - difficult for the teen as well as the family. When mental health issues complicate the maturing processes for children and teens, it is often difficult to find compassionate support from friends and family. Although I work with a variety of situations and clients, I love to work with children, teens and families struggling with conflict, behavioral issues, and frustration related to the evolving child or teenager.
Gay Issues
(832) 205-8702
Houston, Texas 77018
LaShonda Ford-Ladler, Counselor  in Houston
“Life is a Journey. On this Journey we are faced with many twists and turns. My practice style is collaborative in nature. It focuses on a joint commitment to change. But eclectic enough to incorporate different approaches that will help my clients as they write and re-write their stories to transform their reality. Whether you are looking to address GLBT issues, individual therapy, family or couples therapy, domestic violence, sexual abuse, addictions, depression or other mental health issues, I will work with you to achieve your goals.
Gay Issues
(832) 626-7134
Houston, Texas 77006
Cheryl Rhode, Counselor  in Houston
“My philosophy is that every person has the potential to meet their goals and live a fulfilling life. It is my goal to help people strengthen their relationships with themselves and others, increase natural strengths and improve reactions to stress and challenge. The person most suited to my practice is one who is ready to commit to engaging in the work necessary for greater self-awareness and change.
Gay Issues
(713) 999-4121
Houston, Texas 77027
Jennifer Gregory, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFTA
“"We are more like roommates." "I don't feel like he/she really understands me." "We aren't having sex the way I feel we should be." If you or your partner have had thoughts like these, I can help. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate and I focus on sexual intimacy and relationship issues. I also work with other difficulties, such as erectile dysfunction, lack of desire, sexual identity difficulties, and addictions. I work with couples and individuals to find solutions and make goals in order to gain insight and heal.
Gay Issues
(832) 226-6530
Houston, Texas 77058
Adriana Gil Wilkerson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
“I work from a collaborative perspective where I honor your life experience and your situation. In therapy we will work together to find helpful and meaningful outcomes for you. You set the pace for therapy and you help determine in what directions to take the conversation. Together we will find your strengths so that you can manage the challenges in your life.
Gay Issues
(281) 231-9916 x328
Houston, Texas 77006
Michael G. DeVoll, Counselor  in Houston
“As a young adult, sometimes you might look at your life and think "how did I get here?" Things just are not going the way you expected. This can feel discouraging. I can help you take an objective look at your situation and together we can come up with new ways for you to approach your life to get what you really want out of it. I've had over 15 years of experience with young people in a wide range of settings, so it's pretty hard to shock or surprise me.
Gay Issues
(832) 726-0951
Houston, Texas 77007
Kenneth R McLeod, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“"Life is difficult" are Scott Peck's opening words in his famously popular self-help book, THE ROAD LESS TRAVELLED." Sadly, he is right. We spend childhood struggling with continual challenges. We move into adulthood bringing some of those childhood shadows with us, and then steadily confront more difficult situations. How we deal with and grow from the challenges life gives us defines the state of our mental health. Whether from family, partner, work, health, finances or any number of other sources of both joy and pain, how we work with and through our journey ultimately determines who we become.
Gay Issues
(713) 338-9210
Office is near:
Houston, Texas 77098
Bryan Boyle, Counselor  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, NCC, LPC-S, ASOTP, CSAT
“Bryan strives to be instrumental in supporting his clients achieve their optimal level of emotional health through therapeutic treatment skills (including consultations, teachings, psychosocial assessments, solution-focused therapy, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and crisis interventions). Bryan applies advanced communication skills to handle all aspects of individual, group and family therapy. He enjoys working closely with a multidisciplinary team to facilitate continuity of care. Bryan's practice, which is open to both males and females, is fairly evenly split between adolescents and adults. While Bryan does see children, he prefers to see them by referral from either a pediatrician or psychiatrist.
Gay Issues
(713) 489-8925
Office is near:
Houston, Texas 77008
Daniel Katz, Psychologist  in Houston
“I look at mental health from an integrative perspective. People are best understood and change is best maintained by taking into account all aspects of a person including physical health, genetic influences, cultural identities, behavioral patterns and past experiences. My therapeutic approach emphasizes an appreciation for the complexity and uniqueness of all of my clients. I provide a safe space to explore your thoughts, feelings, and actions, so that you can better understand yourself and obtain direction on how and where to grow. I will collaborate with you to create an individualized treatment plan based on your specific needs.
Gay Issues
(832) 612-3991
Houston, Texas 77006
Ponta Roxana Miller, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFT-A
“Ask yourself, are you on track with where you want to be right now in your life? If your answer was no or there was even a pause, let's work on it together. My beliefs are simple, I believe in honesty with my clients, support of their needs, and assertive towards their goals. Even if you are in the beginning steps of a new phase, I will do my best to help your transition as best as I can to go smoothly.
Gay Issues
(832) 981-6276
Houston, Texas 77036
Amanda Howard, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC, LMFT
“Thank you for your interest! I look forward to meeting with you and/or your family! I provide a safe, confidential space to explore other perspectives & possibilities. Everyone has a experience that is unique and special not right or wrong. I help clients find what would be of value in their lives and help them to formulate a plan of action to get there! I wish you the best! Hope to hear from you!
Gay Issues
(832) 706-4442
Houston, Texas 77063
Julie A. Swanson, Psychologist  in Houston
“I have over ten years' experience working with diverse populations of adolescents and adult men and women presenting with a wide variety of concerns, including anxiety, depression, phase of life problems, post-traumatic stress, family of origin issues, relational problems, sexuality, trauma and recovery, and grief and loss. I work from an integrative interpersonal process approach that emphasizes the use of the therapeutic alliance for change and growth. I have a reputation for approaching problems from a genuinely open-minded, and non-judgmental position, and my clients often remark about the ease they feel telling me their most personal experiences.
Gay Issues
(936) 657-1975
Houston, Texas 77058
Catherine Boswell, Psychologist  in Houston
“We are a society in which everyone of us - individually - is expected to "pull ourselves up by our boot-straps and keep going," which has its benefits and drawbacks, the biggest problem being that the metaphorical straps will inevitably break, often leaving individuals isolated and with relationship and/or work difficulties. I wonder if you could consider it an act of strength and courage - rather than weakness - both to seek help and then to risk receiving it?
Gay Issues
(713) 512-5999
Houston, Texas 77005
River Oaks Intensive Outpatient Program, Treatment Facility  in Houston
“River Oaks Intensive Outpatient Program is a program designed to meet the acute mental health needs of multicultural/ bilingual adults in an environment that is safe, containing, and culturally sensitive. We provide comprehensive mental health care with the aim of promoting and restoring patient autonomy, self-understanding, and behavioral change. / El Programa Ambulatorio Intensivo River Oaks es un programa diseñado para suplir las necesidades de salud mental agudas en los adultos hispanohablantes, bilingües y nativos por igual, en un ambiente que es seguro y culturalmente sensible. Proporcionamos la atención integral de la salud mental con el fin de promover y restaurar la autonomía del paciente, comprensión de sí mismo, y el cambio de comportamiento.
Gay Issues
(832) 742-6628
Houston, Texas 77024
Steve Melton, Counselor  in Houston
“Hard times often create the motivation and setting for positive change. Serenity comes from knowing you can handle what life gives you and still enjoy the journey. My goal is to work with you to gain self awareness and discover new ways to repond to life challenges.I believe everyone is unique and my approach to therapy is tailored to your needs. I am both a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. My practice offers a relaxed atmosphere where we can discuss how to make things better.
Gay Issues
(713) 338-9229
Houston, Texas 77006
Steve Milner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Houston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I am uniquely qualified to help you cope and grow through painful issues that decrease your quality of life. With over 20 years clinical experience, and living an authentic, challenging, and fun life, I have created and used many coping skills and strategies that work in addressing whatever your problem(s) may be. Often it is a matter of crisis management followed by learning how to avoid what brought you down in the first place. I am direct and give my full attention and availability to you when you need it, like between sessions. Just ask. I can help you.
Gay Issues
(281) 978-2346
Houston, Texas 77057
David S. Genac, Psychologist  in Houston
“I value the uniqueness of you. Therefore, I approach therapy from your needs and your perspective. I want you to feel that our time together is covering what is important to you and that you are feeling a direct benefit from therapy.
Gay Issues
(713) 338-9036
Houston, Texas 77006
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Gay Issues Therapists
If you're gay or are looking for help with gay issues in Houston or for a Houston gay Therapist these professionals provide gay therapy, gay counseling and gay friendly care for gays or lesbians. They include gay friendly Therapists plus gay Therapists in Houston, gay psychologists and gay counselors. However, not all those listed here are gay themselves. They can help with aspects of being gay in Houston or homosexual, help for gay couples in gay relationships, lesbians and gay issues and lesbian issues that affect gay life. Counseling may include LGBT Counseling in Houston, LGBTQ or Houston GLBT Counseling.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Houston have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Houston you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Houston and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Houston or family therapy in Houston.