Counseling for Bisexual, Asexual and Pansexual Clients

In our culture of extremes, we tend to view sexuality as either homosexual or heterosexual. There are greater variations than these extremes of sexuality, which leave many people feeling like they won’t be seen or heard as who they actually are. If you’re bisexual, asexual, or pansexual, you can end up feeling left out, not believed, and unseen and unheard. You want to go to a therapist who will not make assumptions about your orientation, and try to push you into a sexual orientation that you don’t actually fit in. You also want a therapist who you won’t have to educate about your sexual orientation. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you in your situation in a way that is affirming and validating to you.

If you’re feeling confused or isolated about your sexual orientation, contact us for help. Maybe you’re struggling with your sexual orientation, and you’re trying to work through this. Maybe you’re struggling in your relationship, and your orientation is causing problems that you hadn’t previously anticipated. Whether you’re already out and in a relationship, or you’re not yet out, we have the training and experience to help you navigate through this challenging situation.

We can also help if you’re asexual, bisexual, or pansexual, but you’re just looking for an affirming therapist to help you with other issues in your life. Whether you’re dealing with anxiety or depression that leaves you feeling lonely, tired, and frustrated, or you’re dealing with addictions to alcohol or drugs and you’re unsure of where to turn, we can help. Not only are we trained on issues of sexuality, but we’re also trained on issues relating to anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, and other addictions.

Regardless of your situation, we will help you learn about yourself, uncover what this may mean for you in your life, and create a plan to help you find what you’re looking for.


Counseling for Bisexual, Asexual and Pansexual Clients December 24, 2014