Tag: Coming Out


LGBT Couples Therapy with Psychological Abuse

Working with Gay and Lesbian Couples with Emotional/Verbal (Psychological) Abuse Moshe Rozdzial, PhD, LPC*.   Intimate partner abuse exempts no race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, sexual orientation or social status. On a daily basis, issues of dominance, power, and control in relationships are rooted in the oppressive systems to which we are all conditioned. Heterosexual hegemony normalizes […]

Challenges of Coming-Out Gay or Lesbian Later in Life

Challenges of Coming-Out Gay or Lesbian  Later in Life Moshe Rozdzial, LPC   Are you attracted to the same gender as you, for as long as you can remember? Are you passing or pretending to be heterosexual to avoid rejection? Have you sought out sexual relationships with a same-sex partner? Are you drawn to books and […]

Coming Out Gay/LGBT – Frequently Asked Questions

Coming Out Gay/LGBT – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’S) Moshe Rozdzial, PhD Coming out is the very personal process of making your identity, as a member of a sexual minority, visible in the world, to one degree or another. The coming out process is different for every person, occurring at different ages, life stages, and in […]

GLOW for the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Trans (GLBT) Community

GLOW (Gays and Lesbians Out and Well) is psychotherapy and counseling with a gay-affirming focus for the Denver, Colorado, LGBT community. GLOW specializes in helping Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) persons come out and grow emotionally, psychologically and spiritually. GLOW’s gay counseling is based on the premise that sexuality, creativity, and spirituality are intertwined and dependent on […]

LGBT Counseling for Sex Addiction and Compulsive Behaviors

LGBT Counseling for Sex Addiction and Compulsive Behaviors Are you, or a Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, or Transgender (LGBT) loved-one compromised by  compulsive sexual behaviors such as cruising, cybersex or internet porn addiction, or other behavioral compulsions in order to: Boost confidence or self-validation? To feel socially accepted? To feel sexually connected and desireable? To self-sooth from distress […]