Do any of these items apply to you or your loved ones?
IF YOU SAID YES TO ANY OF THE ABOVE you might consider meeting with one of the highly trained mental health professionals in CFIR’s Sexuality, Gender & Relationship Diversity Treatment Service.
Our mental health professionals have extensive experience working with LGBTQQIP2SAA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, pansexual, two-spirited, asexual, allies) people, as well as with people who engage in consensual bondage and discipline, dominance and submission and sadomasochism (BDSM) practices, and those in diverse relationship structures (including open relationships, polyamory and swinging).
CONTACT US TODAY. Help is available right now for you and your loved ones! We also offer video-based appointments.
We help you or your loved ones to address sexuality, gender and relationship diversity-related issues by supporting you to:
We also help LGBTQQIP2SAA people to address mental health and relationship concerns by:
CFIR Clinical Psychology Resident Manual
CFIR Clinical Psychology Residency Seminar Series Schedule
Our registered psychologists are proudly affiliated as clinical supervisors with the following universities: