Transgender Affirming Therapy
Are you wanting to find a therapist who will help you whether you are sure of your gender identity or you are unsure? I will help you further accept yourself and come out to those who you love. Call us today to set up an appointment.
You deserve to have a therapist who is experienced in gay and lesbian specific issues. Whether you want help accepting yourself, or you would prefer a gay therapist to help you deal with other issues in your life, you have come to the right place.
Michael J. Salas, MA, LPC-S, LCDC, CSAT, CMAT
Whether you have a sense that something is wrong, but you can’t really pinpoint what that is, or you identify that you are feeling fearful, worried, lost, or depressed, I can help. Considering therapy can even be more difficult to make a decision on if you are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, or you are Questioning your sexual orientation (LGBTQ).
As an openly gay therapist in Dallas, I understand the issues that individuals in the community have to contend with. I know all about easily identifiable issues, as well as more covert undertones that can impact our self-esteem, relationships with our friends and families, and our emotions.
If you feel that you are struggling to find yourself, or you feel lost, I can help. Contact me today to learn how.
Whether you are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, you deserve to have a counselor who understands the difficult situations in your life. I will provide you with a safe place where you can open up and solve the problems in your life. Contact me today to set up an appointment.
This is where you can get help for any of the following:
Shame surrounding your sexual orientation or gender identity.
A partner who is threatening to leave due to your addictive behavior.
Mismatched sexual desire in your relationships.
Erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and delayed ejaculation.
Pain or discomfort with sex.
Gender expression and transitions.
Obsessive thinking and compulsive behavior.
A feeling of being lost or lonely.
Coping with coming out to your family and friends.
Problems with infidelity and trust in relationships.
Controlling sexually compulsive behavior.