People who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender encounter discrimination in a variety of contexts. For example, did you know that over 85% of LGBT youth are verbally harassed in schools, and over 60% report feeling unsafe at school because of their sexual orientation or gender identity?

As a result of persistent prejudice, it is especially important for people who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender to have access to resources, such as a psychologist.  Because of detailed practice guidelines and extensive experience, psychologists are especially equipped to meet the needs of people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender.

There are many terms used to describe sexuality and gender identity expression. Understanding these terms is important because they help people understand that everyone, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, can live happy and fulfilling lives. Discovering one’s sexual orientation and gender identity is a unique process for everyone; asking questions and seeking support from a psychologist is one way to help this process. To learn more please search our database of psychologists today!

For more information please consider the following resources: