LGBTQ+ Therapists in Southeast Boulder, Boulder, CO

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Samantha A. Field
Counselor, MA, LPC, LAC, EMDR
Verified
Verified
Sam Field is a licensed professional counselor, certified addiction counselor and trained extensively working with the LGBTQ community. Sam earned her MA in Wilderness Therapy from Naropa. She works towards providing a unique therapeutic approach blends talk therapy, wilderness and equine therapy, somatic trauma informed, mindfulness practices, and horticultural therapy. She offers a nurturing, accessible, and inclusive therapy experience.
(720) 613-5424
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Southeast Boulder
Boulder, CO 80303
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Stephanie Boulton
Counselor, MA, LPCC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I am LGBQ+, Transgender and Non-Binary affirming.
From navigating relationships, careers, identity, politics, culture; adulting is no small task for a person of any age..... let alone navigating overwhelming emotions, eating, sleeping and trauma on top of the energy it takes to get by on a daily basis. You might feel like you're managing most of it, but some part of your life feels elusive and takes a lot of extra energy...like being able to stay in relationships, be at peace in your body or satisfied with how you present yourself to the world.
(720) 806-4678
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Southeast Boulder
Boulder, CO 80303
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Paul D Montgomery
Counselor, MA, LPCC
Verified
Verified
I work with issues of identity and non-normative experiences, in the context of gender, sexuality and queer experiences beyond that framework.
The state of our world can be so heartbreaking that we feel immobilized at times. Much of our potential is blocked by feeling overwhelmed by the day to day challenge of struggling to advocate for ourselves in our communities, the world, even in our own thoughts and beliefs! It is easy to feel anxious, alone or ungrounded. As a therapist, I strive to create a collaborative environment in which you will feel supported in developing an intimacy with yourself and your experience allowing you to dismantle problematic dominant narratives or beliefs and their influence on your life.
(720) 358-8551
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Southeast Boulder
Boulder, CO 80303
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Evalie Horner
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
Verified
Evalie Horner is especially passionate about supporting artists and writers, trauma survivors, and the LGBTQ community. As an undergraduate during the late 1990s, Evalie helped to pioneer C.U. Boulder's LGBTQ studies certificate, one of the country's first programs of this kind. She has several publications in the field of LGBTQ studies, including a book chapter on counseling bisexual clients. Evalie returned to her practice after giving birth to twin girls with her wife, Heidi, and is therefore uniquely positioned to relate to LGBTQ clients hoping to create and maintain relationships and families.
(323) 794-0109
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Southeast Boulder
Boulder, CO 80303
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Kayley Jo Harrington
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
My goal is to create a safe and supportive space for you. Everyone seeks therapy for different reasons; I work with each client individually to identify your own goals. I believe the most critical aspect to therapy is the relationship therapist and client, I work hard to build trust and create a strong, caring connection. I enjoy working with college students, those in transition and seeking supports and who are part of the LGBT community! I am strongly anti-racist in my work and acknowledge how power and privilege impact a persons life.
(719) 223-4337
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Sandy Rayman
Counselor, MA, LPCC, ATR-P
Verified
Verified
No matter where you're at in your journey, if you're motivated to heal from past trauma, I'm here to help. Maybe you've had enough of your brutal inner critic. Maybe everyday cues trigger panic attacks that are getting in your way. Or your emotions feel overwhelming. I've been there. You deserve to live your life authentically, fully present, and to give yourself the love you always needed. Whether you're coming to me for PTSD, CPTSD, anxiety, or depression, we'll build coping skills catered to your needs. LGBTQIA + and Neurodiversity affirming. Together, we can release old pain so you can step into the life you want.
(720) 500-6755
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Boulder, CO 80303
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Q2Q Therapy
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC, MA
Verified
Verified
I am trans non-binary, and Queer .
I work primarily within my LGBTQIA + community, and I always desire to support people across many identities and life stages. I am passionate about your relational well-being, and I specialize in working with all types of relationship structures and issues. I see the therapeutic process as dynamic and collaborative. I value that the therapeutic process is as unique as each relationship or person I see; and my hope is to expand the connection to yourself and to others through the combination of inner healing and functional skill building. My ultimate desire is to empower you as a whole person, and magnify your impact on the world.
(720) 419-1339
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Southeast Boulder
Boulder, CO 80303
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Alex Osias
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MFTC
Verified
Verified
My clients are families, couples, and individuals with issues related to relationships, LGBTQ , trauma, and performance anxiety. Regardless of who you are, what you think of your state of mind, or your struggles, I am here to help you through.
(970) 323-2567
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Kate Leslie
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
My expertise is in helping adolescents, adults and families who struggle with a variety of difficulties, including family mental illness; chronic conflict, or difficult decision-making; adults who want to create long-lasting relationships; and assisting LGBT and HIV-positive people with mental health or identity concerns.
I work best with clients who are interested in doing deep, reflective work by exploring past and present relationships.
(919) 816-2128
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Boulder, CO 80303
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Logan Druckman
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC, EMDR
Verified
4 Endorsed
Verified
4 Endorsed
I also specialize in connecting with clients who are LGBTQ + identified and needing support related to being part of a marginalized population.
Life can be overwhelming, and many of us are struggling with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, anger and stress. I work with clients who want relief from their pain and to move in a healthier direction. Providing culturally competent and trauma-informed therapy is an important part of my practice- my job is to help you feel safe and heard. I have particular strength and experience in working with anxiety, depression, and stress management.
(720) 702-1891
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Southeast Boulder
Boulder, CO 80303
Not accepting new clients
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Rhae Birmingham
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, LAC, CSAC, ICADC
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
As a queer , single mother of color, I have experienced many struggles that my clients have gone through.
During this time, being overwhelmed and living with so much uncertainty makes managing daily life (work, homeschooling, relationships, household) a huge challenge. Connecting with someone outside your family can help you manage overwhelming emotions, triggers, stress, and gain much-needed clarity. Carve out 20 mins for a free consultation.
(720) 548-1617
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Southeast Boulder
Boulder, CO 80303
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Ashley Seeger
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I am experienced working with the LGBTQ community.
**I am taking new online clients* Hello - I help women break free from manipulative relationships. We can feel so trapped by toxic coaches, bosses, partners and family members. Many times these people appear to be great, fantastic people and the toxicity is hidden so we feel at fault; we end up feeling crazy. You are going to learn to recognize your own needs and feelings. You will see what behaviors are OK and which ones are abusive. You will forgive yourself for your choices and participation. And you will see that you are not crazy. Your inner voice is correct; your compass points to true North; you will find a way forward.
(720) 408-7110
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Southeast Boulder
Boulder, CO 80303
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Deanna M Fierman
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, NCC, LPC
Verified
Verified
I'm active in LGBTQIA + and polyamorous communities.
I believe that therapy is a collaborative process between therapist and client, and that by working together we can help you move toward understanding and healing. Your job is to be curious about yourself. Mine is to inspire and assist you in exploring the unknown, uncomfortable, and unfamiliar. I strive to kindly challenge the way people think, and to be challenged myself. I am honored when asked to be present in challenging times, and work to balance holding room for discomfort while helping you discover how to move forward. My ultimate goal is to help you heal by building upon our respect, honesty, and mindfulness.
(844) 334-2329
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Southeast Boulder
Boulder, CO 80303
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Maxine Gower
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NCPsyA
Verified
Verified
I work with families, couples and individuals, 12 years and older, who experience anxiety, depression, grief/loss, trauma, relational issues, gender identity, transgender decisions, fertility difficulties and divorce.
Until further notice, I am only accepting online, private pay patients. Online costs are the same as in-person sessions. — After 36 years in practice, I still witness the power of "the talking cure". Through talking, we come to know ourselves intimately and are able to discover what is at the root of painful thoughts, feelings and actions. Feeling seen, heard, understood and accepted is key to restoring hope as well as alleviating pain and suffering. Deep and abiding change can occur because an authentic relationship with a caring and skilled therapist allows for exploration of painful, scary and difficult feelings.
(720) 288-0937
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Boulder, CO 80303
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Amanda Walker
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC, LPCC
Verified
Verified
My therapy is neurodivergent-affirming, trans -affirming, anti-ableist, anti-racist, and culturally sensitive.
Does it feel like you’re struggling to thrive in a world that just wasn’t built for you? We autistic folks know this feeling all too well, and how especially hard it hits when you’re feeling lonely, depressed, anxious, lost, or just completely overwhelmed. Whether you’re just trying to keep your head above water every day or trying to emerge into a new stage of your life, you don’t need to do it all alone. While I specialize in working with autistic adults, these feelings can resonate with folks from all sorts of backgrounds, and I welcome you too. Let’s walk this journey together.
(720) 687-3680
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Southeast Boulder
Boulder, CO 80303
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Phoenix Rising
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
Verified
Verified
Are you a 10- to 24-year-old Autistic, ADD/ADHDer, or Highly Sensitive Person? Does your identity intersect with the LGBTQ +, BIPOC, or EMM/Poly communities? Have you tried talk therapy only to feel misunderstood, judged and more confused? I would love to support your healing journey. I use a nervous system's perspective that can provide relief from suffering faster than traditional talk therapy. You'll learn coping tools and techniques to get out of fight/flight/freeze patterns. I've found this model extremely successful for sensory neurodivergent people, and I hope you'll consider trying it.
(720) 794-9940
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Joey Stoops
Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate, MA, LPCC
Verified
Verified
Joey appreciates and proudly supports all individuals who carry marginalized identities such as LGBTQ , racial and cultural minorities, military veterans, physically challenged persons, persons in poverty and others not named.
Joey Stoops is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate. He holds a masters in clinical mental health counseling from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. He works with adolescents and adults in individual telehealth sessions. Joey's approach to therapy is that there are no bad parts of ourselves, but that parts of ourselves cause suffering by being disconnected from the Self. By reconnecting lost parts with our Self we can live more empowered and authentic lives. The stories we tell are an important part of who we are. And they often lead us to the unprocessed pain we carry.
(720) 868-9279
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Elena Kronmiller
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
Verified
I am a licensed therapist based out of Denver offering virtual individual and couples therapy. I find working with people in learning how to better cope with challenging situations, feelings, and events greatly rewarding. Therapy can be a wonderful tool in navigating a tougher season of life, chronic mental health issues, working through past trauma, or struggling with societal or systematic inequalities. I specialize in working with depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, self confidence, parenting, life changes, and challenges specific to LGBTQ + populations.
(720) 706-9063
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Julie Casperson
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I am a LGBTQIA + friendly and Kink aware therapist.
I enjoy working with motivated individuals who want to see change. I work with both individuals and couples/Poly/CNM who are navigating challenges in their lives or their relationships. Maybe you've found yourself feeling disconnected from your partner(s) or having the same fight over and over again. Or maybe you feel like something isn't working in your life but you just can't put your finger on it. I love helping clients explore where they're stuck and collaborate with them to find creative solutions.
(503) 868-2797
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David Lieberman
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MBA, MFTC
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
Hi there, I have an immediate opening for a new client (individual, relationship, or family system). If you're in a relationship, whether romantic or familial, and find navigating the "shoulds" limits growth and potential, then I might be a good fit. I find meaning in working with humans from all backgrounds, gender identities, sexual orientations, and romantic relationships as we re-author stories that constrain us towards thicker ones focusing on growth and freedom. I also love working with older humans and those wrestling with chronic pain.
(720) 594-7082
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Boulder, CO 80303
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