At Sunstone, we celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community and recognize the joy, love, and strength of your lives and experiences. We also acknowledge that this community faces unique complexities that can make life challenging.
You may be struggling with internal and external conflicts around living authentically and being yourself, or you may be experiencing relational strains with your family, friends, or colleagues. Further, family and allies of the LGBTQIA+ community may find themselves wondering how they can best support their loved one on their journey.
You are not alone. Sunstone’s compassionate team of dedicated counselors is here to support the LGBTQIA+ community, and their allies, through whatever challenges they face.
Guiding you on your journey to a fully expressed life
Sunstone Counseling offers a safe and judgement-free space to meet you where you are and understands that there is not a one-size-fits-all path to contentment.
Our experienced team provides support for the LGBTQIA+ community in areas such as:
- Exploring sexuality and/or gender
- Gender identity and expression
- The coming out process
- Gender dysphoria
- Same sex parents
- Parents of transgender or non-binary youth
- Trauma/sexual violence
- Anxiety and depression
Get the support you deserve and contact us to find the right counselor to guide you on your journey to living a fully expressed life.
Living an authentic and fully expressed life is one of the best ways to feel happy, healthy, and fulfilled. If you are contemplating coming out to the people in your life, know that you’re making a courageous and healthy choice for yourself. But, coming out is sometimes scary. How will people react? Will your friends and family accept you? Will you face consequences at work or your place of worship? It’s perfectly normal to have these fears and worries, but there are tangible steps you can take to make your landing softer.
“Hi, my name is Jami and I use she/her/hers pronouns.” Not going to lie — it was incredibly awkward the first time I said this out loud. Honestly, as a cisgender (a person whose sense of personal identity and gender correspond with their birth sex) female, it felt unnecessary for me to state my pronouns. But, you know what? Stating my pronouns isn’t about my awkward feelings; it is about creating a safer and more comfortable space for everyone in the room. Basically, it helps normalize introductions that include pronouns.