Sexual Health and Gender Program

Reaching out and seeking treatment can help negate this stress, and the clinicians at Natalis can help.

Sexual Health and Gender Program

The Sexual Health and Gender Program at Natalis offers clinical services that attend to a wide variety of sexual health and gender concerns. Our programming emphasizes the use of empirically validated treatment models by providers who have specific training and competencies in these areas. Our goal in the Sexual Health and Gender Program is to help clients address these concerns in ways that feel realistic, achievable, and sustainable over time. It is our desire to aid others in developing skills that allow for reducing distress, building and maintaining meaningful relationships, and developing a greater sense of authenticity and self-acceptance.

Sexual Health Therapy Services:

  • Couples’ Intimacy and Relational Concerns
  • LGBTQ+ Sexual Health & Satisfaction
  • Sexual Orientation Concerns
  • Polyamory, Consensual Non-Monogamy & Alternative Relationship Structures
  • Sexual Health & Sobriety
  • Sexual Health & Living with HIV or AIDS
  • Sexual Behavior Concerns for Adolescents and Children
  • Sexual Behavior Concerns & Needs for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
  • Sexual Victimization/Abuse
  • Sex After Children
  • Sex and Infertility
  • Sex After Major Medical Concerns

Telehealth Options Available


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Counseling for LGBTQIA Concerns

Gender Therapy Services:

We provide individual, family, and group therapy services for people across the gender spectrum. We provide services for adults, adolescents, and children and use the Gender Affirmative Lifespan Approach (GALA) developed by Dr. Dianne Berg and Dr. Katherine Spencer at the National Center for Gender Spectrum Health/Program in Human Sexuality at the University of Minnesota.

“Believing you are unworthy of love and belonging — that who you are authentically is a sin or is wrong — is deadly. Who you are is beautiful and amazing.”
– Laverne Cox

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People who are a part of the LGBTQIA+ community are at risk for mental and chemical health concerns. Due to oppression, the stress of coming out and fear of violence this community is vulnerable to psychological distress. Reaching out and seeking treatment can help negate this stress, and the clinicians at Natalis can help.