Sexual and Gender Minority Support
Sexual and Gender Minority Support Services within the Psychology division of the Behavioral Health Clinic is operated by the Psychology Department at Utah State University. We provide therapy to children, adolescents, and adults who are interested in exploring issues of sexuality and gender or who are looking to explore other mental health concerns with providers who are competent in issues of sexuality or gender. The Psychology division serves as a training setting, and all services are provided by psychology graduate students enrolled in one of the graduate programs in the Psychology Department.
Sexual and Gender Minority Support Services seeks to support sexual and gender minority individuals to find health and well-being. If you are gay, lesbian, bisexual, same-gender loving, transgender, gender non-binary, asexual, poly, kinky, queer, questioning, confused, or not a big fan of labels, and you need a place to talk, Sexual and Gender Minority Support Services are here to help you.
A range of services are provided including
- Individual therapy for
- Couple therapy
- Group therapy
- Letters of support for hormone replacement therapy (HRT) or gender affirmation surgery
Therapists in sexuality and gender support services help clients in a variety of areas, including
- Building and maintaining healthy relationships
- Working through depression, stress, or anxiety
- Navigating relationships with less accepting family and friends
- Dealing with difficulties surrounding coming out
- Overcoming sexual challenges, including erectile dysfunction and female arousal disorder
- Managing shame, discrimination, and stigma
- Resolving conflict around religion
Fees are set on a sliding scale according to the client’s income and the number of persons living in the household. A fee arrangement will be made with the clinic manager before the intake session. This arrangement is subject to change. Clients are responsible to alert the clinic staff of any changes in income and/or household size.
Cancellation policy: Clients are required to give 24 hours’ notice for all cancellations. Failure to provide this notice may result in a charge.
The following are licensed psychologists who currently provide supervision to Psychology students. Please note that supervisors typically do not provide direct care to clients.
Monday–Thursday: 8:30 am–8:30 pm
Friday: 8:30 am–4:30 pm
To schedule an appointment or for any questions regarding services, please contact the Behavioral Health Clinic:
The Sorenson Center is not a crisis clinic.
In an emergency, please call 911 or Campus Police at 435-797-1939
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- Bear River Mental Health crisis line: 435-752-0750
- CAPSA Crisis Line and Mobile Crisis Response team (for domestic violence and sexual assault services in Cache Valley): 435-753-2500