For Love Only: Courageous Conversations

Celeste Meyer, LPC: LGBTQ+ Support (End of Limited Series)

August 31, 2020

During this courageous conversation, Celeste and I discussed:

  • How being an outsider of the mainstream culture effects nervous systems, feelings of safety, the sense of belonging, and protection
  • Examples of developmental trauma
  • Facts about the LGBTQ+ spectrum
  • Why Celeste chooses to use the reparative financial justice model to provide sliding scale fees to transgender and BIPOC clients
  • Other resources to educate ourselves about the LGBTQ+ community
  • How I may have caused more harm by trying to be “inclusive”

This episode also includes a special message for us who are collectively grieving over the pervasive threats of systemic racism, gender-based violence (as with the shooting of Meg the Stallion) and the loss of our beloved Chadwick Boseman.

Remember that this is the end of the limited series for the summer. I will return with new episodes soon! Stay connected by subscribing to my newsletter by going to

From therapists to family members, are you ready to hear how to support the LGBTQ+ community? Well grab your drink of choice and listen to this courageous conversation at or click on the link in my bio!

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