We all deserve the right to live authentically, but for so many people in the LGBTQ+ community, living authentically requires a few extra steps. “Coming out” is the process of telling friends, family, coworkers, and anyone you encounter that you exist outside the heteronormative culture we live in. You are not a straight, cis-gendered person.
Covid-19 is still a very real, very dangerous thing. However, the world has for the most part begun to open up. Getting drinks with your friends, traveling, and meeting new people is a possibility again. It feels as if the whole world has been sleeping and everyone is just now emerging from deep hibernation. Everything
We get a lot of questions about couple therapy at RIVIA, so we asked LCSW and couple therapy specialist, Tyler Parrott, to answer some of the most frequent. Thanks for answering some of our most asked questions about couple therapy! Tell us, who needs/benefits from couple therapy? A big misconception around couple therapy is