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Mental Health Counseling

Thank you for visiting The Center’s mental health counseling page!

We are glad you are here, and you have already taken the hardest step in the counseling process, deciding that you should look for counseling. There are many reasons why people seek counseling. They may have a problem they want to get help with, desire personal growth, or may just need someone to talk to. Whatever the reason, our dedicated and passionate counselors are ready to work with individuals, couples, and/or families in a LGBTQ+ sensitive environment.

Our counselors specialize in working with LGBTQ+ related issues. Issues such as coming out, transitioning, and all LGBTQ+ related issues in between. We know that the reason that you have chosen our counseling program is because our counselors are LGBTQ+ competent. They understand the issues that are unique to our community as well as common mental health concerns.

Meet the Counselors

Adam Miller, MA, LMHC

Adam Miller, MA, LMHC

Adam Miller, MA, LMHC has been working at the Center since 2012, helping LGBTQ+ folks work on their mental health. He is a client centered, psychodynamic therapist who focuses on improving functioning levels. He is well versed in the nuances of the LGBTQ+ community, dealing with issues like overcoming internalized homophobia/transphobia, coming out, minority stress, navigating non-traditional relationship dynamics, and other issues exclusive to the community. Adam has over a decade of experience working with common mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and addictive behaviors which affect the LGBTQ+ community at higher rates. To learn more about Adam, click here.

Alejandro Rodriguez, L.M.H.C.

Alejandro Rodriguez, LMHC

Alejandro is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor living in the Orlando area since 2019. He graduated from Naropa University in Boulder, CO in 2012, a school founded by a Buddhist monk who brought his teachings to the West.  Inspired by his counselor education, Alejandro leans heavily on the principles of mindfulness and compassion for all. Whether working with individuals, couples, or addressing concerns of depression, anxiety, gender, sex & relationships, grief & loss, or any of life’s challenges, Alejandro is focused on creating a space where his clients can bring curiosity to their experiences without judgment.

Jason Harris

Jason A. Harris, MS (Community Psych)

Jason completed his Master’s Degree in Community Psychology at Florida A&M University. He has a wealth of clinical experience across a variety of settings including inpatient specialty clinics (juvenile detention centers & federal/state prison(s), crisis intervention, structured outpatient programs, inpatient psychiatric, and large nonprofits. He has a broad range of clinical experience working with individuals and groups across the life span with anxiety, substance abuse disorders, behavioral and discipline challenges, trauma and abuse, family and relationship issues, group psychotherapy, and more. Jason emphasizes a more integrative, collaborative, and holistic approach to mental health and is passionate about supporting trauma recovery for better emotional, physical and relationship health.

How Our Counseling Works

FREE Counseling for up to Six Sessions

Our system is an assess and referral program. This means that everyone in the community is given up to six free sessions (according to counselor discretion).

In these sessions, your counselor will assess what type of further services you need (if any) and give you LGBTQ+ competent referrals in the community. Types of referrals include LGBTQ+ counselors, doctors, psychiatrists, and hormone replacement therapy.

FREE Counseling for Pulse Impacted

If you are still processing the events of June 12, 2016, the Center has unlimited free counseling for you.

To qualify for care as a Pulse impacted client, you must have a case manager through Orlando United Assistance Center (OUAC).

To do this, call (407) 500-HOPE to learn more, or register for services below:

Schedule your first session today!

If you’d like to get started with one of our mental health counselors, visit our client portal to book your first appointment. Once accepted, you will receive instructions, paperwork, and information for your first session.

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Space User Terms & Conditions

  • I hereby enter into this contract with LGBT+ Center Orlando, Inc. for the use of and have fully read and understood all rules and regulations governing the use of the facility.
  • I understand that the rental fee is per hour and agree to pay all fees prior to space usage.
  • I understand that LGBT+ Center Orlando, Inc. does not offer refunds.
  • I understand that I will be held financially responsible for any damage made to the facilities, appliances, furniture, or equipment.
  • I understand that I will be held responsible for the behavior of the group organization’s membership and its guests.
  • I understand that LGBT+ Center Orlando, Inc. may cancel the use of the facility if I or any persons in my group/organization do not comply with the user agreement and the guidelines.

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