The Pride Therapy Network of Montreal is a collective of mental health practitioners who have come together in order to offer culturally informed, accessible, and affirmative services to members of sexual and gender diverse communities. Although our practitioners possess different experiences with and within the communities we serve, we all strive to work from an anti-oppressive, holistic and intersectional approach that affirms the lived experiences, relationships and identities of sexual and gender diverse individuals. Further, we recognize that homophobia and transphobia have serious detrimental effects on mental health and acknowledge the socio-political and historical contexts that undergird structural oppression. We work to counter the discrimination of sexual and gender diverse individuals who have been stigmatized and mistreated in mental health care systems. As such, we offer financially accessible services and strive to accommodate other accessibility requests. We are committed to ongoing training and education with the team and within the greater community. All collective members participate in ongoing training, and through regular group supervision, we support one another by sharing ideas and resources.
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