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Youth Beyond Barriers

Youth Beyond Barriers (YBB) offers support and resources for LGBTTQQI2S youth (ages 12-18), and aims to build capacity among service providers in Peel to work affirmatively with queer and trans* communities through an anti-racist and anti-oppressive framework. YBB offers individual counselling, a weekly support and education group for LGBTTQQI2S youth, a confidential telephone line, email… read more »

Akiko Asano – Certified Life Coach

I am a Professional and Personal Certified Coach of Concordia University. I am an experienced educator and counselor specializing in youth intervention, experiential education and the professional applications of creativity. Individual and group – professional and personal life coaching Workshops and educational sessions Sliding scale fee LGBTTQI friendly, 18 yrs experience with trans* children and their families… read more »

Hope Counselling Centre

Cynthia Galloway is a Registered Marriage & Family Therapist and a Registered Sex Therapist, helping individuals, couples and families cope with various concerns, including issues of gender identity. She supports trans individuals and their loved ones through the coming out process and real-life experience and the challenges that journey can entail. Member of WPATH

Endocrinology Clinic / Gender Dysphoria Program, BC Children’s Hospital

In 1998, our clinic began seeing transgender and gender-questioning youth and young adults, and we now have one of the busiest clinics in North America. At BCCH, our team (Endocrinologist, Endocrine Nurse Clinician, and Social Worker/Counsellor)—working in partnership with BCCH and community mental health professionals (Psychiatrists and Psychologists) and the BC Transgender Clinical Care Group—functions as… read more »

QMUNITY – BC’s Queer Resource Centre

QMUNITY, BC’s Queer Resource Centre, provides a wide range of services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* people including free counselling, youth programming (including drop-ins, education, and social activities), social and support groups, advocacy, print resources, workshops and trainings, Out On the Shelves library, community events, senior’s programming, and much more.

Hope Therapy – Individual and Couple Psychotherapy

I provide one-on-one and couple counselling using an anti-oppressive feminist therapeutic model. I use client-centred interventions that focus on strength and resilience. I work with youth over 12 years old and adults. I have worked extensively with LGBTTTIQQ youth and adults as well as with their families and loved ones. I seek regular peer and… read more »

Ambrose Kirby – Private Practice

As a psychotherapist I work with people to make the change they want in their lives. Together, we focus on creating solidarity, legitimacy, community, and hope. I am particularly engaged in work with people related to transition, trauma, the violence of oppression, strengths building, and surviving and thriving beyond psychiatry. In addition to extensive work… read more »

Gender Creative Kids Canada

The non-profit organisation ,“Gender Creative Kids Canada”, brings together individuals, parents, friends, professionals, family members and caregivers who have or who work with children and youth who may identify as transgender (including gender variant, gender non-conforming, transsexual, two-spirited, etc..) or who are discovering or questioning their gender identity, as well as individuals who are interested in… read more »

The Other 10%: Youth-Directed Bi-Weekly Drop-In

The Other 10% is a group of self-identified LBGTTIQPA +Questioning young people. Our goal is to keep kids alive by reducing minority stress. We do this by providing: A safe, fun, alcohol and drug-free place for youth to socialize; A hub for LBGTTIQPA information in the community; Current information to keep people safe; A space… read more »

CHEO – Diversity Clinic for Children and Youth, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario

Providers: Dr Stephen Feder (Adolescent Medicine) and Dr. Margaret Lawson (Paediatric Endocrinology) Overview: CHEO’s Diversity Clinic provides comprehensive health care and support for gender nonconforming children and youth in eastern Ontario. Assessment Process: Dr Stephen Feder does initial assessments with youth and families. Parents of young children can be seen without the child. Mental health… read more »