Hint: Use your device's search function (Ctrl-F or Command-F on a computer) to search through the listed resources for key terms, such as 'BCBS', 'sliding scale' or 'youth'.
February 2023: We have recently added two fields to our request form. You will see LGBTQ-owned? and AAILA-owned? on some entries. These are self-declared fields. AAILA is 'African, Asian, Indigenous, Latin American'.
- Adriana Gómez-Nichols, LCMHC • 9197174848 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 103 Fountain Brook Circle Unit D Cary, NC 27511 • Website • I’m an affirming, queer-identified therapist who is part of a queer-owned and operated private mental health practice in Cary. We accept BCBS and self pay patients. Telehealth and in person appointments available.
- Amanda Alexander, MSW, LCSWA • 2670 Durham Chapel Hill Blvd. Durham, NC 27707 • 919-299-0277 • email@example.com • I am a bisexual, bilingual therapist working in Durham. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral, and Solution Focused Therapy techniques based on the client's needs. I accept Medicaid, BCBS, and self pay.
- Amanda Hiemenz, MA, NCC, LPC • 1415 W NC Hwy 54 Suite 123, Durham NC 27707 • 919-808-2010 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • Individual, Family, and Couples Counseling and Psychotherapy for Adolescents and Adults (13 & up): mood disorders, relationship issues, sexual orientation, coping skills, adjustment to life transitions, separation and divorce, & parenting.
- American Addiction Center • (888) 987-1784 • email@example.com • 24502 Pacific Park Dr Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 • Website • Facebook • Twitter • Instagram • LinkedIn • Due to social stigma, discrimination and other challenges that individuals in the LGBTQ community face, there is an increased risk of mental health and substance abuse challenges. As we both know, addiction is a 365 day a year disease that affects many LGBTQ individuals. This is why we have created free resources that specifically aim to bring awareness of these issues and offer help:
Drug Addiction and Abuse in the LGBTQ Community: discusses why so many LGBTQ individuals abuse drugs and gives a list of helpful resources.
Looking at the Landscape of LGBTQ and Gay-Friendly: Rehabs provides statistics on LGBTQ populations &amp; addiction, where to find an LGBTQ-friendly rehab center and a substance abuse self-assessment. https://americanaddictioncenters.org/rehab-guide/lgbt
Your Guide to LGBTQIAPK Addiction Treatment: gives information on what LGBTQIAPK means, substance abuse &amp; addiction statistics and LGBTQIAPK addiction treatment.
LGBTQ Rehab Centers for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, or Transgender A medically reviewed guide to help find treatment specialized for the LGBTQ community.
Our organization also hosts free virtual support and online addiction meetings that many LGBTQ individuals use to help support their recovery, or if interested in finding treatment in a specific location, our directory would be a valuable tool for them as well.
- Amy Cleckler, MPH, LCSW, PLLC • 916 Broad St. Durham, NC 27705 • Website • Individual psychotherapy for adults.Amy Leach, LCSW • 919-259-6023 • firstname.lastname@example.org • LinkedIn • I am a queer therapist who works with adults, adolescents and older children for individual therapy to address depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and trauma. I also work with couples.
- Anna Lanier-Comar • 919-440-3969 • A.LC@lifeconsultations.net • Website • I provide Tel behavioral Health services to individuals/couples. I strive to provide and environment of acceptance and promote self growth through various modalities. I specialize in treatment for depression, anxiety, and skills development.
- Ashley Parks, LCSWA at OCRCC • 1506 E Franklin St #302, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 • 919-968-4647 • email@example.com • 16 sessions of free therapy for survivors of sexual violence through Orange County Rape Crisis Center. Call to set up a phone screening. My approach centers the client as the expert and to work collaboratively to envision alternate solutions.
- Attune Music & Wellness • Raleigh, NC • Website • Facebook • Instagram • Attune Music & Wellness is a queer owned &amp; operated music therapy practice. I'm a Black queer social justice oriented music therapist for queer and trans folx. I exclusively provide trauma-informed for QTBIPOC teens and adults addressing issues regarding identity, coping skills, trauma, relationships, and self-esteem. No insurance accepted. Sliding scale available. I have 4.5 years of clinical experience working with children and adolescents in various settings including the LGBTQ* community.
- Baker Therapy & Consulting Services, PLLC. • 9195782613 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Durham, NC • Website • Instagram • LinkedIn • Hi, I'm Tiffany! Thanks for showing up for yourself today! As a clinician, I work with clients who identifies with any of the following: ADHD, focusing & decision making (executive functioning) difficulties, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, emerging/mid-aged adults (ages 15-40) experiencing anxiety, grief, and trauma. I love working with these clients because I've been there. I work best with people who are tired of being unhappy, who are ready to change. I am more than happy to help you on your journey!
I am not your sit & nod therapist. I will utilize laughter, while also holding you accountable. I am laid back, transparent, and direct. I utilize EMDR & Gestalt approaches as my "go-to" methods with clients. I practice from an empowerment lens and assist my clients in identifying their voice in a world full of chaos.
I strongly believe in social justice and grassroots movements. I also encourage allyship & self-reflection in my work. I work well with people advocating both in & outside of my practice. I encourage self-care and having a balance, while challenging you to be optimistic and explore your voice in other ways.
- Be BOLD Psychology and Consulting • 919-525-1873 • email@example.com • 1710 E Franklin St #1003 Chapel Hill, NC, 27514 • Website • Facebook • Twitter • Instagram • LinkedIn • Hi! My name is Brittany (she/her) and I am a queer/cis/femme licensed psychologist and owner of Be BOLD Psychology and Consulting. Be BOLD is a queer-owned mental health practice centered on offering affirming and inclusive care to queer+, transgender, nonbinary, and gender-diverse clients. We have queer and trans clinicians on staff, who are waiting to help! Many of our clients are autistic, have ADHD, or are broadly neurodivergent and we are explicitly neurodivergent-affirming. Our clinicians are all trauma-informed, and approach trauma treatment in their own way, which may include EMDR, CPT, or mindfulness-based approaches. All clinicians undergo initial and continued education on gender-affirming care and neurodiversity-affirming care, and we hire consultants of lived experience to offer our team support in our goal of creating safer spaces for LGBTQIA+ and neurodivergent clients - no client should ever be harmed in a therapeutic space and all identities should be honored.
We offer virtual and walk-and-talk mental health services to clients in North Carolina and 32 other states. Be BOLD offers affirming and inclusive individual, family, couples, relationship and marriage therapy. Additionally, we regularly are scheduling for our variety of LGBTQIA+ inclusive therapy groups! Finally, we offer letters for gender-affirming care on a single-session, pay-what-you-can basis. Self schedule your free 20 minute consult on our website! You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call 919-525-1873. We WILL respond and if we are not a good fit, we can help you find someone who is!
- Ben Yarborough • 252-414-5080 • Ben@threeoaksbehavioralhealth.com • Ben Yarborough, Clinical Intern • 1011 Dresser Ct, Raleigh, NC 27609 • 919-514-3566 • Ben@threeoaksbehavioralhealth.com • Website • I believe that therapy begins with empathy and trust with a judgment free environment. I find it important to meet the client where they are now and form a unique counseling plan together. I am committed to working with the LGBT+ community. I am completing a year-long internship as part of my final year in graduate school. I do not accept Insurance as an intern. Fee's are a reduced rate on a sliding scale.
- Beth Shulman, LPC • 1312 Broad Street, Durham NC 27705 • 919-699-6508 • email@example.com • My goal is to help you address what keeps you from enjoying life or creating the life you want. Specialize in relationships/families, life transitions, self-esteem, depression, anxiety. Therapist 18 years, part of Durham queer community 3 decades.
- Bill Gibbons, MEd, LCAS • 919-724-0916 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 1208 Sedgefield Street, Durham,NC 27705 • Website • Therapy/counseling for alcoholics, addicts, partners of, adults who grew up in families of. Most of my clients are stable in recovery and are working on the deeper growth issues. Specialize in LGBTQ community. And those infected or affected by HIV. I am an out gay man.
- Birch Counseling, PLLC • 919-813-0218 • email@example.com • 3326 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd., Suite A230, Durham, NC 27707 • Website • Meg Hamilton (she/her) and Sarah Dunsmore (she/they) are mental health counselors at Birch Counseling. Meg provides counseling to children and adolescents and specializes in art therapy, EMDR, and treating trauma and dissociation. She also provides gender-affirming support. Sarah works with adults and specializes in treating trauma. Sarah also provides gender-affirming support. Sarah and Meg both identify as non-binary.
- Blooming Medical Group, PLLC • 9106440887 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • We are a small private telehealth practice specializing in medication management for common mental health problems that include but are not limited to depression, anxiety, ADHD, and drug/alcohol addiction. We are in-network with the following insurance plans: Medicaid (Alliance), Medicare, United, Cigna and Tricare.
- Bright Path Behavioral Health • 919-276-4005 • email@example.com • 203 Capcom Avenue Suite 104 Wake Forest NC 27587 • Website • Instagram • Offering CARF Accredited Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient programs for teens age 13 to 18 who are struggling with depression, intense anxiety, self-injury, OCD, trauma, severe ADHD, or mood dysregulation.
- Broad Spectrum Coaching • 6462417555 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 5610 BIRCH DR • Website • Instagram • LinkedIn • Broad-spectrum coaching includes energetic and narrative healing, creative lifecycle rituals, expressive arts and creative writing, Spirit journeying, Oracle divination, addiction and trauma recovery work, and end of life Doula services. Joyoushout is committed to equity in access and has sliding scale fees for all services.
- Bull City Safe Space Counseling, PLLC • 919-887-9502 • email@example.com • 4528 Hillsborough Rd. Suite 290, Durham, NC 27705 • Website • Facebook • Instagram • Treatment Areas: self-esteem issues self-injury, suicidality, anxiety, mood disorders, eating disorders, borderline personality disorder, attachment issues, LGBTQ+, gender identity concerns, PTSD, self-care issues. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Expressive Art
- Caitlin Tillberg, MD • 919-241-1032 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Durham, NC • Website • Telepsychiatry in North Carolina. Dr. Tillberg welcomes LGBTQ+ patients, including trans and GNC persons. She strives to recognize and respect the challenges facing people coping with intersecting oppressions. While Dr. Tillberg only provides medication management, the practice also has therapists.
- Cameron Hollister, MSW, LCSWA via Origins Counseling and Wellness • 252-220-0420 • email@example.com • Website • Cameron Hollister, MSW, LCSWA, CH (they/them)
It’s easy to feel like you have little to no control. Those of us belonging to marginalized groups spend every day living in a society that was explicitly not built for us. As if systemic problems and oppression aren’t enough, many of us have individual concerns that generate a huge impact on our day-to-day functioning and vitality. With all the thoughts and emotions it can generate, having a human brain is simultaneously an exhilarating and exhausting experience. While we work to change the world we live in, we also need tools to live worthwhile and fulfilling lives in the present. That is where therapy comes in. My absolute favorite thing as a therapist is helping clients find and reclaim their agency, to create meaningful change and live a fulfilling life. I love working with other members of the LGBTQIA+ community and have expertise in topics of orientation and gender identity. I strive for racial equity and cultural competence in my practice. I specialize in stress, anxiety, and related concerns. I utilize methods such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and hypnotherapy that help you define your core values and set/achieve your goals, and ERP to treat OCD.
- Casey Miller MSW, LCSW, LCAS • 919.286.3453 ext. 102 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 3326 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd, Suite 230, Building C, Durham, NC, 27707 • Website • Casey Miller, MSW, LCSW, LCAS (UNC ’20) works with adults who want to address issues including mood and anxiety, relationship struggles, substance use, life transitions, gender and sexuality, and identity exploration. He believes that all people struggle to deal with various types of pain, but with help, it is possible to live a fulfilling and liberated life. Casey has a special interest in working with those interested in building a healthier masculinity and addressing developmental trauma.
Casey has eclectic training and primarily works using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), an evidence-based practice. He is a relational therapist and works to understand each person in the context of their lives, not as a diagnosis. Casey incorporates other evidence-based practices including DBT, IFS, and somatics depending on each person’s needs. He works from an anti-oppressive lens and seeks to help people untangle from internalized systems of oppression that lead to struggles with themselves and the world around them.
Casey understands the challenge that finding a therapist can present. He offers a free 15-minute phone consultation to help you get a feel for what working with him may be like.
- Cassie Hamrick, MAAT, ATR, LCMHC • 919-907-1039 • email@example.com • Cassie Hamrick Art Therapy • 2003 Chapel Hill Rd • Website • I am a community-driven art therapist, artist, activist, and educator currently living and working on Lumbee and Tuscarora land. I operate a private practice art therapy studio - Cassie Hamrick Art Therapy - as a member of Radical Healing in Durham, NC.
- Cat Salemi • 9193820288 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 1816 Front Street, Suite 250, Durham, NC 27705 • Website and Website • Cat Salemi (they/them) is a licensed clinical mental health counselor associate (LCMHCA) who provides counseling services to adolescents & adults, both in person & through telehealth. They are especially passionate about helping transgender, nonbinary, and gender diverse individuals find happiness and live life as their authentic selves. Cat is experienced in treating clients struggling with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and trauma, among other concerns.
Cat identifies as nonbinary and is a proud part of the LGBTQIAP+ community. They are kink-affirming, polyamorous-allied, use a Health At Every Size (HAES) approach, and are committed to anti-racist practice. They also have experience counseling people with ADHD and people on the autism spectrum & use a non-pathological and neurodiversity-based approach.
- Chase Rayfield MS, CRC, LPC, LCAS • 1777 Fordham Blvd Ste 202-2, Chapel Hill NC 27514 • 919-240-4103 • email@example.com • Website • Trained intensively for LGBTQI clients. I provide counseling for addiction, mood disturbance, anxiety, gender/sexuality issues, and improving relationships with others. Adults 18+
- Chatham North Psychiatry, 117 Hidden Valley Dr, Chapel Hill NC 27516 • 844-345-2256 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • I am a licensed therapist & a gay male. I work with children, adolescents, & adults. I especially enjoy working with LGBT clients, in individual therapy or couples counseling. (CNP also offers medication management & only hires affirming clinicians.)
- Chelsea Johnson, LMFT • 9197174848 • email@example.com • 103 Fountain Brook Circle Suite D Cary, NC 27513 • Website • Instagram • I offer outpatient mental health services in a private practice setting. I am in-network with most Blue Cross Blue Shield plans as well as a fee-for-service for out-of-network patients. I have over 10+ years experience working with the LGBTQIA+ population, and am competent in working with all individuals 11 and up under the gender expansive umbrella. My practice has additional clinicians with experience in this area of practice as well. We offer tele therapy and in-person appointments.
- Christine Adams • 919-627-7504 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • LinkedIn • I provide virtual psychotherapy for LGBTQIA+ folks (18+) who are navigating difficult emotions, family conflict, feelings of grief about being estranged from family or considering going low or no-contact with family, or who are curious around doing more emotional and somatic related work. I also enjoy working with individuals who are exploring or navigating ENM. I use methods like mindfulness, Hakomi (a somatic-based psychotherapy), EMDR, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
- Clare Stadlen • CAS Counseling Psychotherapy Associates, 3622 Lyckan Pkwy #3002, Durham, NC 27707 • 919-602-6766 • Info@cascounseling.com • Website • We are a group psychotherapy practice specializing in eating disorders, trauma, anxiety, depression, substance issues, sexuality, and life transitions. We love to work collaboratively with other healthcare providers. Wholeheartedly LGBTQ affirming!
- Congruence Counseling Group • 919-283-1170 • email@example.com • 605 West Main Street Suit 101, Carrboro, NC 27510 • Website • Facebook • Instagram • LinkedIn • Congruence Counseling Group is currently accepting new clients. We are happy to provide space for you to approach life with curiosity and awareness. We listen to the wisdom in your story and try to reflect that wisdom back to you. We care deeply about our clients and feel honored when you allow us to walk beside you on your journey. We provide outpatient individual therapy for adults in an environment that welcomes and supports a diverse community. Our clinicians specialize in helping clients overcome their challenges and achieve their personal goals with a greater sense of compassion and capacity.
If this sounds like the right fit for you, we would like to work with you to help you achieve your goals.Copeland Psychological Services • 919-358-9624 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 1316 Broad Street, Durham, NC, 27705 • Website • LGBTQ-affirming therapy and assessment for children, teens, and adults, with specialties in anxiety, autism, and ADHD. I particularly enjoy supporting LGBTQ+ parents. Pronouns she/her.
- Corey Myrick • 919-410-8872 • email@example.com • Corey Myrick, Willow Counseling and Psychotherapy • Website • I am an LGBTQ+ identifying and inclusive outpatient therapist serving the Raleigh, Durham, and Holly Springs areas. I believe building rapport and trust is vital to the therapeutic process and I enjoy getting to know my clients and their complexities and various identities. I am passionate about working with individuals who need assistance in processing their own identities, overcoming self-doubt and negative self-image; working to be comfortable in who they are and advocating for a life where they are fully-realized and appreciated.
- Craig Clement Counseling • 9195379151 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 2009 Chapel Hill Road • Website • Counseling services that take a collaborative approach with clients in a safe, non-judgmental, and warm space. Specialties include relationships, couples, family, gender identity, life transitions, depression, anxiety, poly & ENM issues. Where appropriate, I incorporate humor to provide levity regarding the stresses of daily life. I have been dedicated to the mental health field for the past 15+ years and use my experiences to inform my work. I am LGBTQIA+ affirming and incorporate anti-oppression and social justice lenses into my work.
- Cypress Somatic • Facebook • Twitter • Instagram • LinkedIn • Kristen Waters is available to explore a body-centered approach to stress and trauma. My work strives towards accountable communities and a world without prisons. With this in mind, I intend to look my practice through anti-racist, anti-fascist, de-colonial, disability justice and feminist lenses. Somatic embodiment can look like grounding and settling practices, boundary work, supportive touch, the renegotiation of trauma, and the exploration of imagination and movement.
- Dani Leah Strauss • 719 Broad Street, Durham, NC 27705 • 919-280-6394 • email@example.com • Website • Whole Being Therapy are a queer owned and operated trauma-informed therapy practice and yoga space. We are committed to using a feminist, intersectional, anti-racist, anti-oppressive framework and we offer sliding scale options for queer and trans folks.
- Dane R. Whicker, Ph.D. • 2213 Elba St, Durham NC 27705 • 919-684-1131 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Provide cognitive-behavioral therapy for LGBTQ+ indiv & their families @ Duke Medical Ctr. Specialize in helping trans individuals & families through medical transition process. Add'l areas incl Dialectical Behavior Therapy(DBT), eating disorders & trauma
- David Young Oh • 2009 Chapel Hill Road, Durham NC 27705 • 919-960-1396 • Daveyoungoh@gmail.com • Website • Counseling & Consultation Services. Builds counseling relationships that are nurturing, non-judgmental and warm. Specializes in the treatment of worry and anxiety, low self-esteem, career concerns, racial trauma, gender concerns & LGBTQ issues.
- Diane Meglin, LCSW • 400 Crutchfield St, Durham NC 27705 • 919-949-9700 • email@example.com • Individual and Couples counseling for gender non-confirming and LGB, folks and people they care about. Affirmative transition counseling. BCBS accepted/filed for you.
- Down to Earth Counseling PLLC • 919-443-5018 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Telehealth in NC • Website • Telehealth counseling for teens, adults, partners (poly-inclusive), and families. In network with BCBS. Adam uses they/them pronouns.
- Esmay Counseling • 980-484-3728 • email@example.com • Website • My name is Ian Esmay and I am a therapist based out of Durham, North Carolina. I recently opened a private practice for telehealth clients only, and therefore I see clients across the entire state of North Carolina. I offer counseling to teenagers and adults, with a specialty in LGBTQ+ issues, trauma, and anxiety. Additionally, I am affiliated with GALAP (Gender Affirming Letter Access Project) and able to provide letters for clients who are seeking gender-affirming medical care.
- Evolve Psychological Services PLLC • 9193779763 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 3729 Benson Dr • Website • Facebook • As the cis, queer owner of Evolve, I provide affirming, authentic, empowering support to help you navigate life's challenges. Most of my clients are LGB, queer, trans, nonbinary, or gender diverse and many are looking for deeper or different connections with themselves or others. Please contact me for a brief consultation.
- Fidelity Community Support Group Inc, 4324 S Alston Ave Suite 203, Durham, NC 27713 • 919-806-0009 • email@example.com • Website • Provide community outreach services for Individual Outpatient Therapy, Peer Support Services, Intensive In-Home Services, and Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (Group) for consumers with NC Medicaid insurance coverage.
- Gillian R. Galdy Counseling, PLLC • 9192131127 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 817 Broad Street Durham, NC 27705 • Website • I provide gender-affirming, sex-positive, and anti-racist counseling to couples, families, and individuals. My door is open to people of all orientations, relationship styles, religions, and backgrounds.
My areas of specialty include relationship issues and transitions, gender and sexuality exploration, sexual intimacy concerns, spiritual/existential issues, eating and feeding disorders, life transitions, and trauma (including sexual assault and domestic violence recovery).
- Greenlight Counseling Services, PLLC • 919-886-4022 • email@example.com • Website • Christine Schneider is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) at Greenlight Counseling Services, PLLC. Christine is currently accepting clients and offers individual therapy for adults age 18+ who struggle with anxiety, depression, identity, relationships, grief/loss, and eating disorders. Christine is passionate about supporting the LGBTQIA+ community and works to empower her clients to take control over their own lives while providing a safe, non-judgmental space to foster open vulnerability and collaboration. Out of network with insurance but may have some sliding scale availability.
- Hayden Dawes, LCSW, LCAS-A • Durham NC • 919-822-2210 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • As a queer POC, I specialize in working with folks facing anxiety, depression, trauma, addictions, and with people who are navigating racial, sexual orientation and gender issues. My aim is to provide a safe, authentic space for exploration.
- Heather Langan • Heather Langan Psychotherapy, 916 Broad Street, Durham NC 27705 • 919-423-4224 • HLangan7@gmail.com • Website • I have over 25 years experience treating anxiety, depression, trauma/PTSD and sexual issues. Trained in EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, treatment of sexual addictions, sexuality, sexual and gender diversity. I am a lifelong ally and affirmative champion of the LGBTQ+ community.
- Holly Culton • 1829 E. Franklin St. Suite 1100-B, Chapel Hill NC 27514 • 919-360-8099 • email@example.com • I am an out queer psychologist with an LGBTQ affirming approach and work with youth (all ages), adults and families. Areas of support include coming out, relationship issues, esteem, depression, anxiety, trauma, and gender identity.
- Horizons Marriage and Family Therapy • 919-717-4848 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 305 Tibbetts Rock Drive • Website • Facebook • Instagram • Marlie Bolin (they/them/theirs) is a queer-identified Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate and Certified Rehabilitation Counselor with an M.S. in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling from UNC Chapel Hill. Their ideal client is ages 13 through late adulthood, with presenting issues such as gender identity and sexuality exploration, relational or partnership challenges, neurodivergent identity (ASD/ADHD) and disability identity (I/DD, chronic illness, TBI), polyamory and non-monogamy, and career transitions. Marlie has over 5 years experience working with individuals identifying as LGBTQIA+, is actively anti-racist, and is dedicated to creating a safe, collaborative space in which clients can process and share without judgment. They accept most BCBS PPO plans and offer fee-for-service for out-of-network plans.
- Inner Growth Counseling • 976 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Chapel Hill, NC 27514 USA • Website • LinkedIn • I am a clinically licensed counselor who is passionate about helping people—those who are struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, self-esteem, identity exploration, and addiction. I am trauma-informed and apply a person-centered approach in my counseling practice.
- Jack McKinney, Ph.D. • TPC: Integrative Psychotherapy and Pastoral Counseling, 312 W Millbrook Road Suite 109, Raleigh NC 27609 • 919-845-9977 • email@example.com • Website • I work with LGBT individuals and couples. As a pastoral counselor, I see many LBGTQ clients who are struggling with the religious and family dynamics of living out of the closet. I have substantial experience with transgender clients
- Jen Snider, MSW, LCSW • Grow Well PLLC, 125 Kingston Dr Suite 107, Chapel Hill, NC 27516 • 919-491-5242 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • Facebook • Psychotherapy, Mindful Life & Wellness Coaching, Online Support, Classes. I work with mostly adults and small groups to address anxiety, depression, shame, and challenges in making health & lifestyle changes.
- Jeremy Moore LCSW, LCAS • 919-276-4255 • email@example.com • 2009 Chapel Hill Rd, Durham, NC 27707 • Website • I am an openly queer therapist with experience working with trauma, anxiety, depression, and insomnia. I am affirming of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and relationships, e.g. open, poly. My practice is rooted in an anti-oppression framework. I am certified in Internal Family Systems and EMDR therapies. I also have extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapies.
- Kate Double, MSW, LCSW • 6511 Creedmoor Road, Raleigh, NC • 919-240-2376 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • Counseling and sex therapy -- Wellness for individuals; trauma recovery; and support for couples and sexuality for ALL.
- Kate Gotelli, LCSW SEP • Mindful Awakening PLLC, 307 N Columbia St, Chapel Hill NC 27516 • 919-960-1088 • email@example.com • Website • Mindfulness-based, attachment-focused and somatic psychotherapy focused on trauma resolution, shame resilience and wholehearted living. Clinical consultation and supervision services available.
- Kenneth Ray • 919-228-9162 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Kenneth ”KC” Ray, LCMHC, LPC, MAC • 4070 Barrett Drive, Raleigh, NC, 27609 • 919-809-5536 • email@example.com • Website • Cisgender, openly gay counselor specializing in trauma treatment, depression/anxiety, EMDR, teens (age 16+), drug/alcohol, sex & porn addiction, coming out, reconciling faith & religion, trans & gender non-conforming clients, & same-sex, bisexual, & polyamorous relationship counseling.
- Kenny Levine, LCSW, PLLC • 9194753068 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 200 W Weaver ST Ste 8, Carrboro NC 27510 • Website • I'm a gay male therapist, providing talk therapy and counseling services since 2001. I work with diverse clients on a wide range of adult mental health issues, including LGBTQI+ parenting, compulsive sexual behavior, internet addiction, & drug/alcohol issues. I provide individual therapy as well as counseling for intimate relationships/couples. My practice is poly and kink affirming. Presently I am in-network with the NC State Health Plan, and am providing all counseling services via telehealth.
- Kimberly Vered Shashoua, LCSW • 512-200-8860 • email@example.com • Website • Provides support to pre-teens, teens, and their families as they navigate gender issues. Available to write HRT/SRS letters. Currently a digital-only practice, with no in-person available.
- KKJ Forensic and Psychological Services • 919-493-1975 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 5317 Highgate Drive Ste. 213 • Website • Facebook • Instagram • LinkedIn • Our practice focuses on forensic psychology, which includes family, personal injury, and criminal evaluations. We offer individual and family therapy for children and adults who are experiencing separation and divorce. I also offer Discernment Counseling for those trying to determine whether they should separate and Co-Parenting services for those who are separated and divorced.
- Kristin B. Webb, PsyD (Kristi) • 104 S. Estes Drive Suite 206, Chapel Hill NC 27514 • 919-225-1569 • email@example.com • Website • Facebook • LinkedIn • My passion is for individual therapy with adults. People come to work with me on depression, anxiety, trauma, and substance abuse. Sometimes they have thoughts of suicide or have been hurting themselves. I have expertise in each of these areas.
- Life Reflections Counseling • 919-371-6922 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 1145 Executive Circle, Suite E, Cary, NC, 27511 • Website • I am an openly non-binary, queer therapist. I offer services based on my professional expertise and desire to help others. The populations I most often work with include those in the LGBTQ+ community, adolescents, and people with substance use disorders. I believe that counseling can be of great benefit to many people as we can all continue to grow into more balanced, healthier versions of ourselves • LGBTQ-owned? Yes • AAILA-Owned? No
- Linda Chupkowski, LCSW • (919) 808-4467 • email@example.com • 2111 East Main Street • Website • I am a psychotherapist in private practice in Durham, NC. I see adults and older adolescents for individual therapy and incorporate mindfulness in my practice. I identify as a queer, White, cis-gender, middle class, straight size, able-bodied woman. My partner has a complicated, non-binary gender identity and we have two young children. I offer sliding scale, video therapy.
- Logan Greenleaf, MSW LCSWA • Mindful Collaborations, 5003 Southpark Dr Suite 220, Durham, NC • 404-451-7938 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • Therapy specializing in trauma, relationship violence, and LGBT populations, especially transgender. Takes Blue Cross Blue Shield or sliding scale.
- Luke Hirst Therapy & Consulting PLLC • 919-891-4150 • email@example.com • PO Box 51194, Durham, NC 27717-1194 • Website • Trans and queer therapist providing therapy for adults and teens 13+. Currently providing telehealth to clients across NC. Affirming of all LGBTQIA+ identities, sex-positive, ace-affirming, HAES-aligned/fat-positive, experienced with lots of relationship styles, always aiming to practice anti-racist and culturally affirming care.
- Maggie MacLeod, LCSW • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • I am a queer therapist, and I specialize in working with queer and trans folks. I use a holistic, integrated approach with extensive training in body-based modalities, and a deep belief that we cannot separate our individual wellness from systems of power and inequality. I am BIPOC, queer, trans, kink, poly, and sex worker affirming, and especially passionate about supporting AFAB folks with issues such as relationships, polyamory/consensual non-monogamy, family of origin issues, trauma, anxiety, questioning sexuality or gender identity, recovering from purity culture, and more.
Please note that I'm out of network with all insurance companies - I offer filing on your behalf to ease the process. My practice remains virtual only at this time.
- Maria Rodriguez-Fischer, LCSW • New Pathways Counseling and Coaching, PLLC, 3721-A University Dr, Durham NC 27707 • 919-401-8261 • email@example.com • Website • Mental Health Services for children, adolescents, adults, couples, families. Areas addressed in therapy: depression, anxiety, relational problems, trauma, abuse, domestic violence, and many more issues.
- Mariel Eaves, MSW, LCSWA, Clinical Social Worker/Therapist • 9196170343 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 3622 Lyckan Parkway Suite 5007, Durham NC 27707 • Website • LinkedIn • I offer an affirming and anti-oppressive space for you to explore who you are, what you’ve been through, how those experiences have shaped you, and how you’d like to shape your future. Everything is connected: symptoms such as anxiety and depression are often related to relationship and resource issues, which connect to things like identity, neurotype, or environment. I work with teens and adults struggling with multiple concerns within themselves, their relationships, and their communities. I offer in-person and virtual sessions. Email or call me to schedule a free initial conversation where we can both ask questions and decide whether we’d be a good fit!
- Maura Matney, LCSW - Mending Maple Psychotherapy, PLLC • 984-584-0078 • email@example.com • 3326 Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard, Durham, NC 27704 • Website • I am an LCSW specializing in working with young people ages 5-25 and identify as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community. I offer office, walk and talk, or telehealth sessions and am in-network with several insurance companies. My approach is informed by relational attachment, developmental trauma, somatic, ecological, behavioral, and mindfulness theories. I have specialized training in Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement (CARE), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).
- Meghan Barry • 3708 Lyckan Pkwy #103, Durham, NC 27707 • 919-514-3566 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • Facebook • Meg is a trauma therapist whose approach is integrative, and honors each client's unique emotional system. She is passionate about working with adults with symptoms of PTSD and/or childhood trauma(physical, emotional, mental, sexual, spiritual)Mental Health Therapy • email@example.com • Website • Telehealth mental health services for individuals in the state of North Carolina.
- Michael Burroughs, LLC • 984-377-2877 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 555 S. Mangum St. Suite 100 • Website • Facebook • LinkedIn • I provide individual therapy to adults through a HIPAA compliant virtual link. Since 1999, I have been working in the field of mental health treatment, helping others find solutions to anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, substance abuse, relationship/family challenges, and more. I work well with men seeking to make a change. I am a passionate advocate for women. LGBTQ+ ally. BIPOC ally. I accept BCBS of NC, Cigna, Aetna, Medicare, and all major credit cards. Sliding scale available. Let's talk.
- Michelle Topal, MSW, LCSW • 5417 S Miami Blvd, Durham NC 27703 • 919-807-1454 • email@example.com • Website • I have been an out member of the LGBT community for over 30 years & devoted my career to serving my community. I'm here for teens, adults, parents, families & couples. I offer more than just an affirming approach. So call now to see how I can help.
- Mignon Hooper • Namaste Psychotherapy & Consulting, 1005 Broad Street, Durham NC 27705 • 919-584-4005 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • LinkedIn • Namaste Psychotherapy & Consulting (NPC). Bilingual, bicultural therapist of color, LGBTQI affirmative/inclusive. NPC specializes in clinically innovative, culturally competent, linguistically appropriate services to individuals, couples, and families.
- Molly Byrom Therapy • 2024178397 • email@example.com • 1209 N Elizabeth Street • Website • Molly Byrom, MSW, LCSW is a queer therapist in Durham who specializes in anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and emotional and religious trauma. She offers CBT, DBT and EMDR as interventions to treatment. Molly works with ages 12 to 40, and plays an active role in sessions. Through a cultural humility approach, she commits to be sensitive to your individual experiences.
- Molly Parks, Psy.D. • 817 Broad St, Durham NC 27705 • 919-937-8335 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • An LGBTQ friendly therapist on Broad St in Durham, who works with a lot with trans and non-gender conforming individuals including young children and teens.
- Moonbow Mental Health, PLLC • Website • Facebook • LinkedIn • Jenna Stack (they/them) is a queer, non-binary Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate, as well as a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist Associate. Jenna founded Moonbow Mental Health, PLLC in 2021. Their vision was to offer a therapy practice focused on serving the LGBTQ+ community. At Moonbow Mental Health we celebrate queer identities and strive to make you feel welcome. Jenna is SafeZone trained. Jenna uses paperwork that is inclusive of all queer identities. Jenna is able to explore and provide care around how your LGBTQ+ identity impacts your physical and mental health.
- Morrisville Counseling and Consulting, PLLC • 3366087548 • email@example.com • 2880 Slater Rd, Suite 100, Morrisville 27560• Website • I offer psychotherapy for teens and adults. I specialize in working with clients who are LGBTQIA+ identifying and/or HIV positive, who may be experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, borderline personality disorder, and other personality disorders. I utilize Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and mindfulness based approaches.
- Nancy Holliman • 5316 Highgate Dr #221, Durham, NC 27713 • 919-616-9578 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • LinkedIn • I work with individuals with eating disorders, anxiety, personality disorders, depression, trauma, and PTSD.
- Nancy Kent, CCTP, LCMHPCS • 919-475-7661 • email@example.com • Durham NC 27713 • Website • SoulMutts Therapy offers counseling for adults-- trauma, disabilities, parenting, LGBT--offers telehealth and possible in home specializing in animal assisted therapy
- Patty Adams, MSW, LCSWA, E-RYT • Durham NC • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • Facebook • Somatic therapy and wellness. Holistic mental health support including somatics, wellness, trauma recovery, support around substance use issues, healing justice / politicized healing, burnout prevention, couples. Queer-identified provider, accepts most insurances.
- Pivot Counseling, PLLC • 20 W Colony Place, Suite 182 • Website • Facebook • Instagram • Hannah Daulton is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor at Pivot Counseling, PLLC. Hannah offers individual therapy from a systemic, interpersonal, feminist perspective for clients struggling with Anxiety, Depression, Identity, Relationships, and Eating Disorders. Hannah offers a safe and affirming environment to allow clients to build awareness and increase coping skills in order to navigate the world from a place of knowledge, power, and resiliency.
- Raye Dooley • 719 Broad St, Durham NC 27705 • 919-726-6014 • email@example.com • Website • Whole Being is a queer owned and operated therapy practice and yoga studio. I'm a queer and trans mental health mental health provider. I work with LGBTQ clients and their families and loved ones on a range of issues. Sliding scale available.
- Regrowth Counseling • 9194381067 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 8410 Falls of Neuse Rd. Suite C • regrowthcounselingpllc.com • Facebook • Twitter • Instagram • LinkedIn • At Regrowth Counseling our mission is to provide therapy services to individuals, and couples that center around the needs of marginalized communities and provide a safe and inclusive environment for all folx. We celebrate all identities, abilities, and intersectionalities. We approach treatment with respect for you, your lived experience, and your identities and work to create an environment that feels safe and welcoming for all of the intersections of your identity, body, mind, history, and culture. Some of our areas of expertise include trauma/PTSD, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, addiction/substance use, eating disorders, mood disorders, and ADHD.
- Renaissance Wellness Services • 9192130832 • email@example.com • Website • Facebook • Mack Kirsch (they/them) is a queer, non-binary therapist intern who provides free mental health services. They specialize in working with queer and trans kids, adolescents, and adults, and people with complex relationships with their body and identity. They also work with folks who are experiencing anxiety, depression, and relationship uncertainty. Their practice is a blended approach of Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment therapy and Person-Centered based therapy.
- Riverstone Wellness Collaborative • firstname.lastname@example.org • 1777 Fordham Boulevard • Website • Facebook • Twitter • Instagram • LinkedIn • Counseling Services Provided For Adults And Children, Individuals, Couples And Families.
Offices in Raleigh and Chapel Hill. Serving clients virtually in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Idaho.
- Sage Psychology Group • 919.472.0637 • 3012 Trent Road, Suite 3, New Bern, NC 28562 • Website • Dr. Janet Savia (she/her/hers) typically works with older (40+years old) gay and lesbian individuals, although I work with adults of all ages. My areas of specialty include trauma, medical illness/injury, grief/loss, and relationship dynamics. I offer services in-person and through HIPAA compliant video.
- Sara Skinner, LCSW, • Center for Child and Family Health, 1121 W Chapel Hill St. Suite 100, Durham NC 27701 • 919-385-0780 • email@example.com • Website • Facebook • Provides evidence-based trauma treatment to children and adolescents ages 8 and up. Particular interest in working with historically marginalized communities. Offers services in English and Spanish. Accepts Medicaid, BCBS.Sara Skinner • 919-636-9580 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • My areas of expertise include: youth (11 y/o+) and adult survivors of trauma, reproductive health and autonomy, adoption, grief, secondary traumatic stress and burnout among healers and caregivers. Antiracist and LGBTQIA+ affirming therapy is an ongoing practice, and it’s one that I work to engage with daily. I am exclusively offering telehealth appointments in 2021. Out of network.
- Sarah M. Wilson, Ph.D. • 508 Fulton St., Durham, NC 27705 • 919-286-0411 ext. 177914 • email@example.com • Licensed clinical psychologist. LGBTQ-affirming mental health care and gender transition support for veterans through the Durham VA Health Care System. Individual or group. In-person or video telehealth.
- Shameca Ricks • Well-Life Counseling & Spiritual Center, 301 South Church St Ste 254, Rocky Mount NC and 878 Squire Ct, Cary NC 27511 • 252-557-3901 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • At Well-Life Counseling & Spiritual Center we provide mental health counseling to children, adolescents, and adults. Sometimes life gets hard and we are here to extend a helping hand to assist you through some of life's most difficult challenges.
- Shelby Johnson, Ph.D. • 810 Iredell Street, Durham NC 27705 • 919-964-1268 • email@example.com • Website • I provide individual psychotherapy for adults and adolescents (15 and up). I work with LGBTQ individuals in an affirmative and supportive environment, and have 8 years of experience doing so.
- Sheffa Ariens • 919-335-3693 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • LinkedIn • Relationship Counseling for Polyamory and Ethical Non-Monogamy. I provide individual, couple, and group counseling for non-traditional relationships, including polyamory, ethical non-monogamy, kink, mixed orientation, and other creative structures.
- Somatic Psychotherapy • 3708 Lyckan Parkway, Suite 205, Durham, NC 27707 • Website • I am a queer therapist offering support around trauma, grief, substance use, life transitions, and relationship issues. In practice I focus especially on somatic experience, harm reduction, and the therapeutic relationship. I accept BCBS, Cigna, Aetna, and sliding scale.
- Stella L Green • 1319 Lemar St, Durham NC 27705 • 919-286-1509 • email@example.com • New Seasons Treatment Center. Treatment for opioid addiction
- Success In Recovery • 919-533-7907 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 1135 Kildaire Farm Road Suite 200, Cary NC 27511 • Website • Facebook • Sex and porn addiction, affair recovery, sexuality issues, internet addiction, and substance addiction are my specialties. I also work with trauma/PTSD (EMDR), depression, ADHD, and anxiety. As a gay male therapist, I take a sex-positive and LGBTQ+ safe approach in a non-judgmental and confidential environment. I have specialized training in a variety of addictions, including substances.
- Tammy Holcomb, PLLC • 5001 S Miami Blvd Ste 325 Durham, NC 27703 • 919-909-7959 • email@example.com • Website • I provide individual, group, and family therapy. My specialties include eating disorders, sexual abuse, domestic violence, and identity issues. I am no longer holding the weekly support group.
- Tewell Counseling • 3622 Lyckan Parkway, Suite 5007 Durham NC • Website • I am a trauma therapist, specializing in using Dialectical Behavior Therapy to treat Borderline Personality Disorder and emotional dysregulation. I also specialize in treating somatic symptoms (including Conversion Disorder, aka Functional Neurological Disorder), sexual and interpersonal abuse, dissociation, mood disorders, and suicidality. I can teach you how to manage big emotions - how to be in control of your emotions, rather than having your emotions control you. I have a passion for supporting the LGBTQ community; I am anti-racist and am kink and poly friendly. My goal is to help you achieve your goals through a supportive therapeutic relationship and unconditional positive regard.
- Three Oaks Behavioral Health & Wellness • 314 Cloister Court • (919) 514-3566 • Website • Facebook • Instagram • LinkedIn • I am a bisexual, asexual-spectrum, demiwoman therapist who works with adults and teens. I specialize in interpersonal trauma (such as from bullying or abuse), workplace issues, attachment or interpersonal issues, and grief (especially the kinds that our society most fails to understand). Free 15-20 minute consultation available upon request to help you decide if we're the right fit. In-network with BCBS, Cigna, Aetna, or self-pay.
- Three Oaks Behavioral Health & Wellness • 3708 Lyckan Parkway, Suite 205 Durham, NC 27707 • (919) 432-5264 • Website • I am passionate about working with teens and young adults to find freedom from eating disorders, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and substance use. I utilize approaches from an eclectic array of evidence-based treatment models including: Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Solution-Focused Therapy. I am LGBTQIA+ friendly, committed to anti-racist work &amp; operate from a Health at Every Size approach.
- To the Stars Therapy • Website • I am a LCSW with a completely virtual practice. This means we will meet online, and you get to participate in therapy from wherever feels most comfortable for you! I specialize in working with people who have experienced trauma and violence. This includes adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, survivors of sexual assault, and survivors of domestic violence. I also work with people who have lost a loved one to sudden tragic death, such as homicide or accidents, and those working through unresolved grief. Much of my therapeutic work also includes working with marginalized communities. This includes supporting sex workers, providing therapy to people who use substances, working with people living with HIV and other chronic health conditions, and providing quality and affirming care to the LGBTQ+ community.
- Transform Psychological Services, PLLC • 9194808173 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • Queer-identified therapist of color. Strong passion for social justice & working with clients from underserved groups. I provide individual, couples, and group therapy for adults & teens. Sex positive, kink friendly, and TGNC affirming.
- Trenton Owens, LPCA • 3326 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd, Durham, NC 27707 • 919-401-8090 • email@example.com • Website • LGBTQ+ counselor with availability for new clients.
- Triangle Area Psychology Clinic • 5726 Fayetteville Rd Suite 101, Durham, NC 27713 • Website • LinkedIn • We specialize in evidence-based treatments for depression, anxiety, trauma, self-harm, suicidality, borderline personality disorder, and OCD for adolescents, adults, couples, and families. All of our therapists are LGBTQ affirming, and we have specialized training and receive ongoing consultation in mental health care for transgender and non-binary individuals.
- Trinitas Services • 1777 Fordham Boulevard, Suite 204 • 919-283-3959 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • Facebook • Instagram • I apply a Person-Centered approach to counseling which means rather than viewing people with mental health needs as inherently flawed, with problematic behaviors and thoughts that require treatment, I recognize that each person has the capacity and desire for personal growth and change.
The following are some of the areas my services include: LGBTQ + Issues, including Gender Identity, Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Grief and Loss, and Substance Abuse.
- Trinitas Services • 1777 Fordham Boulevard • 9192833137 • email@example.com • Website • I offer services to individuals, families, and other social networks. The following are some of the areas my services include: Couples and Family Issues, Grief and Loss, Adjustment to Illness, Sexual Orientation, Spiritual Concerns.
- Tyler Beach, MSW, LCSW • 1320 Broad Street, Durham NC 27705 • 919-428-8901 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • Psychotherapy for Adults.
- Vanessa Soleil, M.Ed., NCC, LPCA • 1330 St Marys St #340, Raleigh, NC 27605 • 919-229-9834 • email@example.com • Website • Facebook • Vanessa is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate who works with adults & adolescents seeking holistic healing and wellness. Vanessa has a background in working with members of the LGBQ+, trans, and poly communities from a social justice lens.
- Verena Socolar, PhD, PMHNP • 150 Providence Rd Suite 201, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 • 919-296-8750 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Website • Providing medication management and short-term therapy. I especially want to welcome members of the LGBTQ community, and I make a continuing effort to learn about their specific needs and treatment issues.