Austin LGBTQ+ Therapy


Are you or someone you know struggling with questioning gender identity, “coming out,” or family conflict?

AFC offers Austin LGBTQ counseling and services for individuals, parents, and families who are in all areas of the LGBTQ community. Austin LGBTQ counseling focuses on providing a caring, non-judgmental, welcoming space for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning clients and their families.

You may have seen or heard more about Gender Identity or Transgender Individuals in the news lately. Parents and loved ones might have heard terms they aren’t familiar with or are curious about. Some of these terms might include Gender Fluid, Genderless, Genderqueer, Transgender, Cisgender, and Two-Spirit. This list is not all and inclusive and does not address a individuals sexuality. If a adolescent or adult is questioning their gender, AFC would like to help you navigate this time. It’s never too late or too early to seek counseling.

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Therapists Specializing in LGBTQ Counseling


Julie Burke, LPC
Julie is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She acknowledges how important therapy is to help people navigate through struggles to help with increased self-awareness, self-esteem, support, autonomy, and overall life satisfaction.

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Ian Hammonds, LPC, LMFT
Ian is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with three and a half years of experience. Ian is passionate about looking at both his individual and couple clients from a holistic and systemic perspective. Ian maintains a soft but direct approach to all of his clients that makes all of them feel safe, heard, and able to come up with new solutions to old problematic patterns.

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Josh Killam, LPC
Josh is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern supervised by Susan Gonzales, LPC-S, LMFT-S. He aims to help clients uncover their potential for growth so that they may see all that they are capable of.

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