Nonbinary/Genderqueer Support Group

Be with your fellow gender unicorns!

This professionally-facilitated support group for nonbinary, genderqueer, and otherwise gender-fantastic people will help you 
get support, belong to community, and otherwise navigate the special sauce that is 
NB/GQ transition as it unfolds over time.

Nonbinary and genderqueer people have special needs that often go unaddressed in counseling, and being a member of a group can offer belonging, reflection, support, and encouragement. You deserve to belong!

This supportive therapy group in Portland will be professionally facilitated to promote a sense of group safety and sharing, and we will work together to build the kind of supportive community we are looking for. Being understood by peers can be a crucial support in feeling acknowledged, valued, and understood.

Discover, craft, and consolidate your nonbinary, genderqueer, or other fantastic gender non-conforming identity with us! This group is about being uniquely who we are, together.

  • $10-$50 sliding scale per session
  • 8-12 members, adults age 18 and up
  • Tuesday evenings for 12 weeks
  • in SE Portland near 39th and Hawthorne
  • advance registration required

Dates: Monday evenings starting September 24, 2018

Time: 6:00-7:30pm

Where: Brilliancy Counseling, 
4531 SE Belmont St, Suite 316, 
Portland, OR 97215 [Google Maps]

About the facilitators: Sasha Strong M.A., Ph.D. cand. (they/them) is a nonbinary, genderqueer, genderfluid counselor who has led support groups, conducted research on NBGQ needs in counseling, attended different queer and gender conferences and trainings, and presented on NBGQ and transgender cultural competency to counselors, educators, and other health professionals. They have a strong background in group process, teaching, and NBGQ advocacy, and are committed to intersectional social justice, anti-oppression, and emancipatory frameworks and practices in counseling.

Kaden Winterkorn M.Ed. (they/them) is a non-binary educator who has spent their career teaching and coordinating programs for young adults with a focus on social, economic, and queer justice.

Next steps

To learn more, call us at 971-279-7261, book a free phone consultation, or drop us a line.

 

This group is facilitated by Sasha Strong, MA, Ph.D. candidate, LPC Intern (they/them). 
Sasha is supervised by Katrina Gould, LCSW #L3447 and Donna Roy, LPC #C1916