LGBTQIA+ Therapy | Asheville, NC
“Helping adults and adolescents embrace and love all parts of themselves.”
Find Comfort in Your Identity with LGBTQIA+ Therapy
There are several reasons you might be looking for LGBTQIA+ therapy. First, Your identity is important but it can also feel like a source of great pain and disconnection from the weight of years of shame and fear of ridicule. Second, sometimes you feel alienated, put out, and treated less than in your family or friend group. Maybe you’re starting to embrace your sexual orientation and you’re feeling confused, conflicted, and embarrassed. You deserve to have someone in your corner that truly listens and understands and reminds you that there is nothing wrong with you.
Maybe you’ve been coping with internalized hatred with your identity with self-harm behavior. You’ve maybe been abandoned by family members and close friends or are scared you will be and are grappling with your own sense of self-worth and connection. You sometimes wonder, is it worth it to be who I am?
Our LGBTQ Therapists Understand
Our LGBTQ therapists in Asheville, NC are well versed in helping the LGBT community and not just due to inclusivity training. For example, many of our clinicians identify and have experienced life dealing with their own dismissive family members. We’re here to help you find confidence in your own identity, live your best life, and will help to empower you to love all parts of yourself.
“Helping adults and adolescents embrace and love all parts of themselves in Asheville, NC with LGBTQIA+ Therapy.”
Sometimes life feels confusing, isolating, and painful. It can feel like we don’t belong or fit in anywhere.
Finding Support with LGBTQIA+ Therapy in Asheville, NC
Most people who pursue LGBTQIA+ Therapy for support can feel like they don’t fit in this world or haven’t found their place. Maybe you mask how you’re feeling to protect yourself from fear of harmful words or experiences.
What LGBTQIA+ Therapy can Help With
Are you struggle with gender identity, sexual orientation, and shame or curiosity around that? Do you feel like your life feels alienating and lonely? From the following list does anything resonate with you?
- You’ve felt ashamed of who you are and who you’ve always been
- You don’t think you can come out to your friends and family due to fear of how they’ll react
- Maybe you’ve grown up in a very religious home and struggled to feel accepted and safe
- You feel isolated and lonely and feel this is how it will always be
- The state of the world feels scary like you have to hide yourself and your feelings
- You are afraid of being picked out of a crowd, picked on, bullied, or worse
- You’ve always felt different and grew up in a household that was less tolerant and accepting
In conclusion, if any of the above connects with you, know that you’re not alone and you deserve to feel comfortable in who you are. Resilient Mind Counseling in Asheville, NC is here to help and walk alongside as you explore sides of you that you’ve never allowed yourself to enter. We are not here to “fix you” or make you feel different but to empower you to embrace your true self and find a community that loves, respects, and accepts all of you. Asking for help does not make you weak. In fact, it is one of the most courageous things you can do.
Get supportive LGBTQIA+ Therapy in Asheville, NC.
At Resilient Mind Counseling in North Carolina, we want to help feel free from any shame, fear, or conflict. With help of our supportive LGBTQ therapists, you don’t have to feel confused or isolated. To get started with LGBTQIA+ therapy follow these three simple steps:
Additional therapy services we offer in Asheville, NC.
Wanting to explore additional services besides LGBT therapy? We believe in supporting a person’s whole identity. This is why we also provide therapy for those in the BIPOC community and those who are neurodivergent. At our Asheville, NC-based office we offer anxiety treatment, depression treatment, mood and bipolar disorder treatment, and trauma and PTSD Therapy. In addition to counseling, we also offer psychiatric services. To help you include our services in your busy life we offer online therapy in North Carolina.