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Carolina Partners is proud to announce new affordable health care resources for queer, transgender, and LGB members of our community - the Gender and Sexual Diversity Spectrum (GSDS) Initiative. It is our absolute priority to provide specialized care for a range of communities, especially those that have been traditionally marginalized. The GSDS Initiative will provide comprehensive health and wellness services for the LGBTQI communities throughout North Carolina.
If you are seeking referral and assessment for hormones or other medical care related to your gender identity, we have trained clinicians who want to be a resource to you. Some hormone providers operate on the informed consent model which does not require documented assessment from a mental health professional. Some hormone providers do require documentation. We are warm and welcoming providers who want to reduce any barriers you may have with exploring your options.
The program is built on three foundations:
These goals are accomplished through in-house provider training on best practices with clients on the gender and sexual diversity spectrum, clinician and administrative staff attendance at conferences and workshops to continually enhance our services, and an ongoing visibility campaign to raise awareness about our services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex communities in North Carolina.
-Evening hours offered to accomodate your schedule
-Flexible payment plans
-Pre-op, Transitioning, Post-op, and Non-op
Call 919-929-9610 to schedule an appointment with one of our providers and fill out the online intake form to expedite the process.
Save your money and time in therapy for your own growth rather than educating your provider about the more general features of your identity.
CPMH Recruiting LGBTQI Identified Providers!
Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, PLLC has long partnered with LGBTQI identified providers and currently employs many staff and clinicians who are a part of the community. Recently, CPMH has redoubled our efforts through the Gender and Sexual Diversity Spectrum (GSDS) Initiative to recruit and train competent providers in the healthcare provision of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex patients. We are currently seeking fully-licensed therapists who possess clinical competency in working with LGBTQI patients. People of Color and LGBTQI community members are strongly encouraged to apply. To inquire about becoming a partnered or affiliated therapist at CPMH, please send your cover letter and resume to the Psychotherapy Director, J. Louise Newton, at: Louise138@gmail.com.