Pride Counseling Reviews

Built around acceptance and accessibility, Pride Counseling is an online counseling platform for the LGBTQ community. We change the way people get help to conquer life’s challenges.

Pride Counseling

7.4 Pride Counseling
Users score: 9.875 (2 votes)

Pros

  • Built for LGBTQ community
  • Fully licensed counselors
  • Multiple gender and sexuality options at signup

Cons

  • Slower than average matching times
  • A bit more expensive than other options that allow you to request a LGBTQ counselor
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2 Comments

  1. Lauren Griggs on June 16, 2018 at 2:50 pm

    Counselors

    9.00

    Usability

    10.00

    Privacy

    10.00

    Matching Time

    10.00

    Legit! I’ve been using this for about a month now and I find my counselor very helpful. I wish I could edit my discount settings on the app since I accidentally filled out my info wrong but hey such is life. All in all, it’s great if you use it. Also they ask questions about sexuality and gender foremost because it is a counseling app for LGBTQIAP folk first and foremost and it is hard finding someone in the real world with certain identities.

  2. Jo on June 16, 2018 at 11:52 pm

    Counselors

    10.00

    Usability

    10.00

    Privacy

    10.00

    Matching Time

    10.00

    I live with high anxiety and clinical depression. Why do I react to people the way that I do? I am an epileptic and a recovering-alcoholic (one year, two months and four days of sobriety…one day, I will stop counting). May be it’s a genetic predisposition for me to be and feel the way that I do, all these things place less responsibility on myself for my own care… it’s someone or something else’s fault.

    I am so grateful for my in-person therapist, my medication(s) and creative outlets & friends and most importantly for Pride Counseling and my online counselor Michelle Pellin. This isn’t a service to utilize if you are in crisis. If you are in crisis there’s a hotline they recommend and if it’s really bad, please call 911.

    These chats offer you fresh eyes that see you as a whole, unique person. You don’t have to pretend to be happy to make someone comfortable. You and your counselor may not agree on ever point, but keep making yourself be heard and like A.A., it works if you work it and please keep coming back!

    I plan on sharing the insights and tools I’ve gathered with my a.p.r.n., and offline therapist and say, “this is where i AM at not where anyone thinks I should be and let’s start from here…”

    Thank you Pride Counseling I am working hard, and it’s worth it… I am worth it. Let’s all let go of the stigma of mental illness and seeking help.

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