No family is immune to mental health challenges, including queer & trans families.  In fact, queer & trans families are at higher risk for perinatal mood struggles for a variety of reasons including discrimination, stigma, personal mental health history, possible issues with their family of origin, conception or adoption complications, denial of parental rights, and more.

PSI offers specialized support for queer families.  We have a weekly Queer & Trans Families Support Group and a specialized Support Coordinator for members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Please see more below.

Queer & Trans Parent Support Group

Every Wednesday, time varies

PSI’s Queer & Trans Parent Support Group is FREE and open to all members of the queer & trans community who are expecting, adopting, and/or parenting babies up to 2 years. This group is intended for  gestational, non-gestational and adoptive parents.

Our online groups are here to help you connect with other parents, talk about your experience, and learn about helpful tools and resources. Whether you are going through stress, adjustment to parenting, baby blues, or pregnancy/postpartum depression/anxiety, our groups are here for you.

Please note this group is intended for those who are expecting, postpartum, adopting and/or post-adoption not those looking for information on trying to conceive or adoption.  Please contact Megan Roberts for more information on those topics.

**When registering for Sharewell for the first time skip the unlimited offer on the payment page (all of our groups are free!)**

LGBTQIA+ Coordinator

Queer and Trans families face many unique challenges that can put them at greater risk for mental health complications.  PSI’s Specialized Coordinator for LGBTQIA+ parents, is here to help!

Pregnancy & Infant Loss Resources

Our partners at Return to Zero: HOPE have collected resources specifically for LGBT families facing pregnancy and infant loss.

Find a Provider

There are many different treatment options available for treating perinatal mood disorders including peer support, therapy, and medication.  Finding a provider can be daunting.   The provider directory link directs you to providers who identify as knowledgeable and competent in treating queer folx.