LGBTQ+ Friendly Psychiatry:
Providing a Safe Space: First and foremost, our office is a safe and non-judgmental space where you can freely discuss your concerns, experiences, and feelings. We are here to listen without bias or prejudice.
Understanding Identity and Self-Exploration: LGBTQ+ individuals often face unique challenges related to their sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. We can help you explore your identity, understand your feelings, and navigate the process of self-discovery.
Mental Health Support: LGBTQ+ individuals may experience higher rates of mental health issues, including depression and anxiety, often stemming from societal stigma and discrimination. Peace Behavioral Health can provide support and therapeutic interventions to address these challenges and improve your mental well-being.
Coming Out Guidance: If you are considering coming out to friends, family, or coworkers, Peace Behavioral Health can assist you in developing a plan, addressing concerns, and providing emotional support during this process.
Relationship and Family Dynamics: Relationships and family dynamics can be complex for LGBTQ+ individuals. We can help you navigate these challenges, whether it’s building healthy relationships, managing family conflicts, or addressing issues related to parenting and cohabitation.
Transgender and Non-Binary Care: For individuals exploring or transitioning to a different gender identity or expression, Peace Behavioral Health can provide information, guidance, and referrals to medical and psychological resources, including hormone therapy or gender-affirming surgeries, if desired.
Sexual Health and HIV Prevention: If you have questions or concerns related to sexual health, safe sex practices, or HIV prevention, we can offer information and resources to help you make informed decisions.
Supportive Therapies: LGBTQ+ individuals may benefit from various forms of therapy, such as individual counseling, group therapy, or couples therapy. These can address a wide range of concerns, including self-acceptance, relationship issues, and mental health challenges.
Referrals: If necessary, we can provide referrals to LGBTQ+ community organizations, support groups, medical professionals, or legal services to ensure you have access to comprehensive support.
With multiple locations and telehealth options we can provide the necessary guidance and support near you.
Contact us to schedule an appointment
Contact us at Office@peaceBH.com or call us:
Miami, Florida Office: 305-600-3182,
Saco, Maine Office 207-200-4789
We will provide you with a link to your patient portal where you can view your next appointment, view billing, fill out rating scales, as well as complete intake forms. Your patient portal also provides a HIPAA compliant portal to communicate with your doctor(s).