top of page

LGBTQ Therapist Atlanta


Are you looking for a therapist in Atlanta, GA, who will validate and affirm your experience as a member of the LGBTQ community?

Atlanta Therapeutic Collective can match you with a professional counselor who will provide support with addressing mental health concerns, sexual orientation and gender identity exploration, and concerns related to sex and relationships. We are committed to the well-being of our LGBTQ clients and will always provide a compassionate, safe, and affirming environment for your personal journey toward your goals and ideal future.

No matter what you're going through in life, an LGBTQ-friendly therapist from our team can help! Read on for the supportive services we provide for queer folks and LGBTQ people. Contact us today to get connected with one of our supportive and affirming therapists!

How do our therapists support mental health for LGBTQ folks?

Our competent therapists understand the unique challenges of being a member of the LGBTQIA community in Atlanta, GA, and we know your identity impacts all aspects of your lives.

During our intake process, we will do our best to identify a therapist who is a good fit based on your individual needs and goals for therapy. All of our clinicians are passionate about working with LGBTQ clients and are identity-affirming. Members of our team have specific training in the following areas:


  • Anxiety and panic

  • Depression and suicidal thoughts

  • Managing stress and burnout

  • ADHD and autism

  • Healing from trauma and abuse

  • Family systems therapy

  • Relationship and marriage counseling

  • Self-esteem or body dysmorphia

  • Gender Dysphoria and identity exploration

  • Sexual pain or dysfunction

  • Sexual satisfaction

  • LGBTQ issues

  • Polyamorous and non-monogamous relationships

  • Kink-affirming care

lgbt psychiatrist atlanta

A safe space for the LGBTQ community

At ATC, we are committed to providing quality mental health services to all. Many of us are allies or members of the LGBTQ, Kink, and CNM communities. Although we specialize or train in sex and relationship therapy, we are dedicated to the overall health of our clients and can also provide services for general mental health, including anxiety, depression, stress, grief, trauma, and addictions or compulsive behaviors.

We understand that many members of the LGBTQIA community have experienced discrimination from healthcare providers and therapists due to their sexuality and gender. We strive to create a safe space for each of our clients to be their authentic selves without fear of judgment, discrimination or trauma. In our office, we are intentional about making sure each client has what they need to feel safe to explore whatever is important to their life and sense of self.

Our practice culture is centered on our key values: Transparency, Respect, Autonomy, and Open Communication.

lgbt therapist atlanta

Our approach to LGBTQ counseling in Atlanta, GA

Atlanta Therapeutic Collective offers a variety of services for members of the LGBTQIA community in Atlanta, GA. Read on to learn more about the services we offer, and schedule an intake appointment to connect with an LGBTQ-friendly therapist who can provide support on your personal journey toward acceptance and living the life you have always dreamed of.

Individual Counseling

Traditional, individual counseling is a wonderful option for anyone who wants to work on particular challenges or manage life's stressors, especially as a queer individual in Georgia. Individuals will work with a marriage and family therapist, professional counselor, or clinical social worker. We offer counseling in person at our Atlanta, GA, office and virtually to anyone who resides in Georgia.

Relationship Counseling

Relationship counseling, including couples counseling or counseling for any relationship structure, is a great option for any partnership seeking to improve communication, closeness, sexual satisfaction, learn healthy conflict resolution skills, and reduce life stress. Working with a marriage and family therapist in Atlanta, GA, is an excellent opportunity to focus on your relationship and any challenges therein. We also provide a safe environment for polyamorous, non-monogamous, and other non-traditional relationship structures with full acceptance and affirmation of your unique needs. We offer counseling in person at our Atlanta, GA, office and virtually to anyone who resides in Georgia.

Family or Framily Counseling

Family isn't just blood related. Family can be chosen. At Atlanta Therapeutic Collective, our therapists work with anyone whom clients consider family. This includes the traditional nuclear family of parents and children and also parents and adult children, siblings of all ages, romantic partners, platonic life partners, married partners, metamours, and paramours, and the list goes on. As long as clients consent, we will work with them!

Group Counseling

Group therapy is an excellent opportunity to connect with other lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, transgender, gender non-conforming, nonbinary, and queer individuals in Georgia while addressing mental health concerns and learning coping skills.

In this supportive environment, you will have opportunities to meet other members of the LGBTQ community, talk about the unique challenges of being queer in Georgia, and learn about mental, relationship, family, and sexual health. Group therapy can supplement individual or couples counseling or serve as a low-cost way to access mental healthcare.

Read on for the current opportunities to work with an LGBT therapist in a group setting.

lgbtq counseling atlanta

Pride & Progress Group Therapy

Atlanta Therapeutic Collective is currently offering one virtual group option for LGBTQ counseling. Pride & Progress is open to any LGBTQIA2S+ identifying adult in Georgia. Over the course of 8 weeks, we will learn about mental health and well-being, healthy relationships and communication, sexual health and pleasure, and build a supportive community of queer peers in Georgia. This group began in July 2023 and meets once per week for two hours. To find out our current group times and dates, please call 404-850-9495 or email

Pride & Progress is a closed group, which means new members will not be able to join after the group begins meeting. This allows group members to form deeper bonds, feel safe to be vulnerable, and really dig into the curriculum together. The group curriculum will cover the following topics:

  • Mental Health & Well-Being

  • Coping Skills for Anxiety & Depression

  • Managing Stress & Burnout

  • Gender Identity & Sexual Identity

  • Healthy Relationships & Communication

  • Sexual Health and Pleasure

  • Body Positivity & Self-Esteem

  • Building Community

  • And more!


Is Pride & Progress a good fit for me?

If you meet the following criteria, Pride & Progress may be a good LGBTQ counseling option for you!

  • You identify as a member of the queer community.

  • You are an adult (18+) who lives in Georgia.

  • You want to learn healthy coping skills and improve your mental well-being.

  • You want to learn more about relationships and sexual health and satisfaction.

  • You have consistent internet access and a device with a microphone and camera to join the virtual group meetings.

  • You are available for an 8-week commitment for 2 hours one evening per week. (Time and dates TBD based on client interest and availability.)


How do I join Pride & Progress?

If you are interested in joining the Pride & Progress group, please submit the Contact Form below. A member of our team will reach out to you to schedule a 15-minute consultation call to discuss eligibility and details for enrollment. You may also email to schedule your consultation call.

How much does it cost to join Pride & Progress?

The purpose of Pride & Progress is to provide affordable, high-quality, accessible, accepting, and affirmative therapy to LGBTQ individuals in Georgia. As such, we are committed to a low-cost fee structure. The base rate for Pride & Progress clients is $25 per session with an 8-week commitment or $200 total. If the cost is prohibitive, please reach out to discuss sliding-scale options during your consultation call.

Will there be other groups in the future?

Yes! We know there is a high demand for low-cost care options and our goal is to develop and implement more groups as we grow our practice. Please keep an eye out for updates on our website and social media platforms for upcoming therapist-led groups. We expect to host both in-person groups for Atlanta, GA, locals and virtual groups for individuals who are not local to Atlanta, GA.

gay therapist atlanta

Interested in joining a Pride and Progress group? 

Fill out the form below and a group facilitator will contact you within 24-48 hours!

Your message was sent!

bottom of page