HOW DOES BEWELL SUPPORT LGBTQIA CLIENTS?
BeWELL therapists are open and accepting of all communities. Our psychotherapy practices in Midtown Manhattan and Hoboken, NJ recognizes that the challenges that may face LGBTQIA individuals are unique and solutions are not one size fits all. At BeWELL, you will find therapists who specialize in and are familiar with the specific issues faced daily by the LGBTQIA community. You will be listened to, actively heard, and collaborated with at BeWELL NYC and Hoboken, NJ.
HOW WILL I KNOW THERAPY IS RIGHT FOR ME AS A LGBTQIA INDIVIDUAL?
Coming out to family, friends and at work over and over can be exhausting and painful. The LGBTQIA Community faces daily microaggressions, macroaggressions and for many people there is a constant battle to find community even in a city like New York.
Starting a relationship with a therapist at BeWELL is important. This relationship can help you process the thoughts and feelings that come with the microaggressions you face daily. A BeWELL therapist will always be non-bias and able to sit with any feeling or thoughts in the room. She will help navigate difficult conversations in relationships, career and family along with any of the challenges that come with these interpersonal dynamics.
Therapy for Transgender and Gender Questioning
Transgender people are people assigned the wrong gender at birth. For many Trans people they state they have always known that they were in the wrong body.
According to the Transgenderequality.org website: “Some people may spend years feeling like they don’t fit in without really understanding why, or may try to avoid thinking or talking about their gender out of fear, shame, or confusion. Trying to repress or change one’s gender identity doesn’t work; in fact, it can be very painful and damaging to one’s emotional and mental health.”
BeWELL Therapists are trained to help you navigate this internal conversation and to help you to understand the thoughts and feelings you are experiencing. BeWELL NYC and Hoboken, NJ is committed to providing a non-bias space.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT IN LGBTQIA COUNSELING?
Therapy is a place to freely express yourself, be heard and understood in an open and judgement-free relationship. You and your therapist will set goals, examine negative thought patterns, examine how your history is affecting your present life and together you will create new thoughts and outcomes. Do you ever wonder how you have that one friend who seems to draw great luck? Maybe you have another who seems to draw the opposite? We’ll help you examine your thought patterns and history to explore how you can create ample positivity in your life.
WHAT TYPES OF THERAPY DO BEWELL THERAPISTS EMPLOY?
BeWELL therapists use eclectic psychodynamic techniques, often times layering in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) techniques to support you in making the changes you want. Through these techniques, you will learn more about the challenges you experience as well as learn many skills to help you manage these on your own, leading to a flourishing and healthier outlook. Understanding how your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors influence each other is paramount to your success.
AS A CLIENT, HOW DO I KNOW WHEN I’M MAKING PROGRESS WITH THERAPY? WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
Successful BeWELL clients start to get the things in their life that they want. With progress, you’ll start to feel more whole. Therapy provides you with a place where you can talk about anything without judgment.
WHAT MAKES BEWELL DIFFERENT FOR LGBTQIA CLIENTS?
BeWELL places all clients with therapists who are culturally competent, progressive thinkers and competent in both gender and sexuality identities conversations. BeWELL recognizes that the unique challenges that may face LGBTQIA individuals and provides a supportive environment to facilitate growth and holding for all members of the LGBTQIA community.
Our BeWELL therapists are well learned in a variety of fields and are here to help you become your best self. Whether you are struggling with issues related to Anxiety, Depression, Sexual Orientation, Race and Identity, school, or relationships, BeWELL therapists welcome you with an open ear.