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Intersectionality Counseling

Many people experience dual identity, identifying with both their ethnocultural minority group and their society of residence. If you’re of mixed racial and ethnic backgrounds, you may encounter unique challenges related to your identity.

What is Intersectionality?

Intersectionality is a concept that helps us understand how various forms of identity—such as race, gender, sexuality, and class—intersect to affect individual experiences, particularly in terms of oppression and privilege. At Behr Psychology, we use this framework to understand better the multifaceted nature of your experiences and the specific challenges you encounter.

Our intersectionality counseling approach

At Behr Psychology, we recognize that everyone’s experiences are shaped by the complex interplay of their social identities. We assist those who are culturally adapting and discovering their racial and ethnic identities.

Therapy for intersectionality at Behr Psychology assists people in distinguishing between religion and culture for themselves. We frequently see people in relationships who are striving to balance their religion and culture. Our therapists work with clients to overcome relationship problems linked to intersectionality. We will also assist you in resolving any socio-political dynamics that you are encountering.

Intersection therapy services we offer

Working with our psychologists and therapists who understand and address intersectionality provides personalized counseling that respects and addresses the unique challenges you face. Whether you are dealing with discrimination, identity conflicts, or the stress of navigating multiple social identities, we are here to help. Our approach is compassionate, confidential, and always respectful of your experiences.

We offer:

Individual counseling involves one-on-one sessions that focus on your particular experiences and issues linked to intersectionality.

Group therapy provides a safe and supportive environment for exploring shared experiences with others who confront similar issues.

Why intersectionality counseling at Behr Psychology?

When working with psychologists and therapists at Behr Psychology, you will receive services built on empathy and inclusivity that promote confidence and self-awareness. We are dedicated to helping you navigate the complexities of your identity in a supportive and nurturing environment.

Why intersectionality counseling at Behr Psychology?

If you’re ready to start your journey towards greater understanding and well-being, contact us today to schedule a consultation.

Myths about therapy for intersectionality:

Myth: Intersectionality counseling is only for members of the BIPOC community.

Fact: Intersectionality counseling is beneficial for anyone dealing with multiple intersecting identities, including race, gender, sexuality, and more.

Myth: Only therapists from minority groups can provide intersectionality counseling.

Fact: Therapists from any background can deliver effective intersectionality counseling if they are adequately trained and sensitive to other perspectives.

Myth: Discussing several identities can make therapy more complicated than necessary.

Fact: Addressing your multiple identities in therapy can result in a more complete understanding of yourself.

Myth: Intersectionality counseling replaces standard methods of therapy.

Fact: Intersectionality counseling complements traditional treatment approaches, providing a more individualized and successful approach to mental health.

Our Team of Therapists

All of our therapists are relatable, authentic, and insightful clinicians who understand what it is like to be a patient. Yes, we provide therapy but we strive to understand who you are, not as a patient but as a whole person.

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