I entered therapy having already decided to leave my relationship…and now you have done what I thought not possible—brought me back to him.
— Unsolicited client feedback

Our expert therapists offer individual gay therapy and gay couples or marriage counseling. Whether single or in a relationship, our gay psychologists help you:

As a gay man, you may struggle with your self-worth. You might also suffer from anxiety or depression. You may have trouble sleeping, feel isolated socially, or exhausted from self-criticism. You’re tired of struggling. You want to work with a therapist to help you overcome your pain and angst.

 

Or, perhaps you are seeking gay relationship counseling

If you’re single, you may wonder if you’ll ever have a relationship that makes you happy. Things have gone wrong in your relationships so many times. You’ve had enough pain. You want something better.

If you are looking for gay couples counseling we know that you’re struggling in your relationship. It may be because your partner hooked-up with someone, conflicting sexual desires, fights that never get resolved, or you can’t agree on rules for an open relationship

You want to be closer to your partner and feel the love between you more strongly.

Individual Counseling for Gay Men

Gay Therapy for Individuals

Heal past wounds and create a life with more love and happiness.

Gay Couples Counseling

Gay Couples or Marriage Counseling

Open your hearts to each other and create a deeper, more fulfilling relationship.

Online Gay Coaching

Online Coaching for Individuals and Couples

Feel better about yourself and create a loving relationship through individual or couples coaching.

 

Why Work with us at the Gay Therapy Center?

1.  Let’s Face it—no one understands gay men better than other gay men.

Therapy with gay men requires experts like us who understand you. We “get” you, your culture, and your troubles. Not only are we experts at providing gay therapy, we are all gay ourselves.

2.  Our gay psychologists are highly trained, have top notch counseling skills, high intelligence, and compassionate hearts. 

We have devoted our careers to working with the gay male community. It is our passion. Each of our therapists has several thousand hours of experience providing therapy to clients. Our gay therapists help you feel comfortable talking about uncomfortable topics - including sex and sexuality, since this is a key reason gay men and gay couples enter therapy.

3.  We focus on results. 

Our gay counselors don’t just sit and listen (although we do that very well). We work towards helping you make the changes in yourself, your life, and your relationships so that life can be fulfilling and meaningful. We are trained in evidence-based methods of therapy that are known to work. We don’t just want to help you solve your problems - we want you to have an awesome life! 

4.  We are the largest gay therapy center in the world. 

We work with people from across the globe. We have therapy offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York City so far... And, we offer coaching services online via Skype to the rest of the world. We have clients from as far away as Australia and Malaysia!

 

Our mission is to help gay men love themselves and each other.

 

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We are committed to making a difference for the LGBTQ community: 5% of our fee is donated to the Horizons Foundation, one of the nation's leading LGBTQ community foundations.


We have gay therapists that specialize in:

Couples
Elderly
Multicultural Issues
Spanish Speaking
Transgender Reassignment Surgery
Youth


Many of our gay therapists have advanced training in: 

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy
Hypnotherapy
Psychodynamic Therapy
Gottman Method Couples Therapy
Sex Therapy

At the Gay Therapy Center we have experts in:

Anxiety
Addiction and Meth
Bipolar Disorder
Depression
Eating Disorders
HIV
Obsessions
Parenting
Panic Disorder
Relationships
Sexual Compulsivity
Sexual Abuse
Trauma