Are you feeling disconnected, uncomfortable, or misunderstood?
Do you struggle with self-acceptance, belonging, and concerns related to your
relationships, sexuality, and gender?
Dani Sullivan, MSW, therapist and founder of Intentions Therapy specializes in supporting members of the LGBTQIA+ community in exploring their identity, building confidence,
and empowering themselves to lead their most authentic life.
Members of the LGBTQIA+ community come from diverse communities and have a wide array of life
experiences. Many people seek support after growing up a world where it was hard to
find accurate representations of themselves in their schools, communities, and the
media. Some queer folks find it difficult to express themselves authentically, feel
uncomfortable in their bodies and their lives, and are afraid of vulnerability.
If you are someone who identifies outside of the heteronormative (male-female) relationship, and
are bisexual, gay lesbian, pansexual, or any other sexual orientation*, you may struggle
with finding therapy or counseling that is affirming of your romantic and sexual
attraction, you may deal with social or relational stress, and depression. Know that you are not alone and that Dani Sullivan works with clients in exploring their relationships, clarifying their boundaries and seeking affirmation.
If you identify as trans, gender non-conforming, non-binary, agender, or are exploring your gender identity in some way*, you may benefit from working with a counselor who understands
your complexity and is seeking to provide affirmative care. Dani Sullivan, MSW, has worked with members of the trans* community as a counselor, educator, and advocate.
Many LGBTQIA+ folks seek a counselor or therapist, and if any of these issues
resonate with you, counseling with Dani Sullivan, MSW can help:
You are looking to explore who you are and how you want to show up in your relationships
Fear of letting people in gets in the way of your genuine relationships
You have questions about your gender identity, the way you express yourself
You feel sad, frustrated, angry, and stuck
You experience shame as a result of your identities, this may lead to isolation
Your body doesn’t feel like home, you’re uncomfortable with how you look and feel
Confusion about your sexual and romantic attraction affects your confidence
You struggle with internalized homophobia or transphobia
You would like to process traumatic experiences of discrimination, stereotyping, harassment, bullying, or physical/verbal/sexual abuse
You are struggling to accept yourself, or find acceptance with your family and friends
Many queer people struggle feeling safe and affirmed in healthcare settings. Intentions Therapy prioritizes inclusivity of all, and our services can support you in reclaiming your sense of self.
Through therapy you can:
Find a space where you feel safe to process and explore
Build meaningful relationships and set healthy boundaries
Overcome doubt, self-hatred, and self-sabotage
Tap into your pride and resiliency
Gain insight into your triggers, your patterns, and
Feel confident and connected to yourself and your people
Better understand yourself, and what you want
We understand the barriers to recovery that many LGBTQIA+ people face. We know
that to heal and grow, we must transform our discomfort and struggle into pride,
resilience, and a whole-hearted life.
Dani serves LGBTQIA+ people virtually as a therapist throughout the state of Florida. Dani offers life-coaching everywhere, and invites clients to start their healing journey from the comfort of their homes. Working with Dani Sullivan as a therapist or coach will support you in finding connection, independence, and belonging in your relationships, your self, and your day to day life.
Reach out today to set up a free consultation with Dani Sullivan, MSW. Know that you are welcome as you are, and that healing is right around the corner.
* This is not an exhaustive list of identities included in the LGBTQIA+ community.
Intentions Therapy supports all people regardless of acknowledged identity to reach out for compassionate care.