Psychotherapy and Mental Health Care Management (LGBTQ)

Psychotherapy, or “talk therapy,” helps people with a range of mental health or emotional concerns to deal with stress, manage their symptoms, and function at their best. It can also uncover personal strengths that may be hidden by their problems. AHP’s licensed mental health professionals and professionally supervised interns use individual psychotherapy to address a broad range of mental and emotional health concerns: depression; anxiety; loneliness; feelings of guilt, shame, or inadequacy; a feeling of being out of control; and grief and loss.

AHP has built a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) affirmative environment staffed with clinicians expert in addressing the unique concerns LGBTQ people face. Many clinicians are also members of the LGBTQ community. Although AHP has been reaching out to gay and bisexual men since 1984, over the past several years, we have built our capacity to serve lesbians and bisexual women, and transgender people of any sexual orientation.

Service Formats
Obtaining Psychotherapy or Psychiatric Care