Gender & Identity – LGBTQQA+

Gender may begin with the assignment of our sex at birth, however it does not end there.  There are many interrelationship factors that impact the dimensions of a person’s gender:


Our body, the experiences of our own body, society’s view of the gender of our body, and how others interact with us based on our bodies


Our identity, the internal sense of self as male, female, blend of both, or neither and who we internally know ourselves to be


Our expression in how we present ourselves and our gender to society, to our community, culture, family and to the world.  How we try to shape our gender and interact with others.  Gender expression is related to the gender roles we seek and how society uses those roles to apply traditionalism to current gender norms

Your sexual orientation and gender are important parts of who you are. Learning more about gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation can help you understand yourself and the world around you.

At Minnesota Mental Health Clinics, our clinicians will help and support you. Our goal is to make sure you feel safe and supported both inside and outside your home. Our experienced clinicians work with both adults and children who are seeking services to address mental health related to gender and identity including:

  • Men’s Issues
  • Women’s Issues
  • Adolescent’s Issues
  • Identity Issues/Sexual
  • Transgender
  • Gender Dysphoria

To schedule an appointment:

Use our online appointment booking tool today or give us a call at (651) 454-0114

At your request, we will contact you confidentially to discuss the program and set an appointment time. 

Minnesota Mental Health Clinics is committed to providing comprehensive and integrated mental health services that meet the needs of clients, families and the community.