LGBTQ+ PARENT GROUP
Are you an LGBTQ+ parent who is struggling or stressed from parenting in the current cultural and political climate? This is a therapy group especially for LGBTQ+ parents, including LGBTQ+ individuals who are parents and parents who have LGBTQ+ kids.
MONDAYS 5:15 - 6:15 PM CST in Hiawatha, IA. Slots are limited; reserve yours below.
In-Person Group Therapy
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Prism Therapy Group in Hiawatha, IA (Cedar Rapids metro area)
$105 - Most Insurance Accepted
THIS GROUP IS FOR YOU if you are an LGBTQ+ parent, including LGBTQ+ individuals who are parents and parents who have LGBTQ+ kids, who is struggling to adjust or who keeps experiencing distress related to parenting in a culture and political climate that is often confusing and less than accepting when it comes to queer parents and kids. Slots are limited, reserve yours today.
WHAT TO EXPECT: This is a one hour, in-person group located in the group therapy room at Prism Therapy Group in Hiawatha, Iowa. This group uses collaborative and transparent postmodern solution-focused interventions to treat adjustment and stress disorders in relation to primary and secondary experiences of gender dysphoria, gender incongruence, and sexual orientation. This group is an affirming space with a facilitating therapist who is part of the LGBTQ+ community.
ABOUT THE THERAPIST: Kalen Zeiger, tLMFT, CCTP, CFTP sees clients at Prism Therapy Group under clinical supervisor Jess Pladsen. Kalen is part of the LGBTQ+ community and has worked with parents and families through coaching since 2008 and therapy since 2019. Kalen has a BA in Psychology; MS in Human Development and Family Science, Marriage and Family Therapy; and is a Doctoral Candidate in Couple and Family Therapy.
Why Not Individual Therapy?
Individual and group therapy are each valid and effective modalities that offer varying benefits. For a population that has faced ostracization both from the wider society and often from our families as well, there is something especially healing about belonging and processing in a community space.