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Individual Counseling

In individual counseling you don’t have to teach us about being queer or trans, we are queer and trans. Without teaching us about who you are, individual therapy is about getting to the root of your challenges efficiently, identifying the fixes, and helping you implement change to create a gratifying and fulfilling life.

What to expect

Individual counseling is focused on what you need and want. With a plethora of treatment options, your therapist will listen to what needs to changing. Your therapist will provide all the options, and you get to pick what feels right for you. Individual counseling is about learning new skills and new perspectives. Its about having a safe container to practice being authentic. It provides a place to heal and discover just how full life can be. 

Individual Counseling FAQs

We often say that it is our job to work ourselves out of a job. In that light, therapy sessions are collaborations between you and your therapist. We first want to earn your trust by being safe, well-trained, and capable. As the therapeutic process takes shape, it becomes a working relationship, much like teamwork. We often provide psychological education on certain behavioral patterns or relational dynamics and provide safe feedback that will help you grow in a safe environment. We also take great pride in showing up authentically, so you’ll get to know your therapist as much as we get to know you. We affirm what research tells us time and time again: It is the therapeutic relationship that is most important. As a result, therapy sessions are more of a safe place to be challenged, to be heard, and to be allowed to be honest with how you show up in the world. 

Our owner Isaac Archuleta started the practice after confronting devastating questions of sexuality and gender with parents who pastored a conservative church. Isaac quickly realized there were very few resources for his family. He also learned that there were very few safe places where he could learn about his true identity without judgment or predetermined agendas. Over 14 years later, Isaac has grown the iAmClinic team to 10+ therapists and launched a sister company, iAmCouncil, to provide life and relationship coaching to individuals nationwide! The LGBTQIA+ community is not a specialty, our entire team is a part of, or very closely allied to the community.

We often say that it is our job to work ourselves out of a job. In that light, therapy sessions are collaborations between you and your therapist. We first want to earn your trust by being safe, well-trained, and capable. As the therapeutic process takes shape, it becomes a working relationship, much like teamwork. We often provide psychological education on certain behavioral patterns or relational dynamics and provide safe feedback that will help you grow in a safe environment. We also take great pride in showing up authentically, so you’ll get to know your therapist as much as we get to know you. We affirm what research tells us time and time again: It is the therapeutic relationship that is most important. As a result, therapy sessions are more of a safe place to be challenged, to be heard, and to be allowed to be honest with how you show up in the world. 

The length of therapy deepens on what you would like to address and how deep you want to go. Many people like to address a specific issue, while others want to reach a new level of wholeness. Although a specific number of sessions cannot be determined, you can work closely with your therapist to get the most out of every minute you are with us.

We have a wide range of experienced therapists who offer a variety of price points. Depending on what you would like to address and how deep you’d like to go, therapy will range in price. If you’d like to set a free consultation with a therapist, they will help give you an anticipated range of the cost. 

Yes. Therapy, especially therapy with queer, trans, or allied therapists, can be helpful in giving you tools to cope with, desensitizing reactions, and finding confidence to deal with discrimination and stigma. We often act as advocates when it is appropriate and help you find resources that offer support and assistance. In terms of therapy, we can use modalities like EMDR or Breathwork to help you gain the skills and insights to help you stand firm in a heterosexist, cisgendered world.

There is no out-of-pocket costs.

There is no cap or requirement under Medicaid.

You will need to provide your Medicaid number so benefits can be verified

We will need to verify your coverage and an that you are in our RAE

Yes you can. While we do spend time in our initial consult to fit you to your perfect therapist, you can absolutely switch at any time.

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