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Pride Clouds

Brian L. Sharp

Online LGBT Counseling & Mediumship

​M.S., LPC-S, LPC, LMHC, NCC, MBACP (Accred)
Online LGBT Counseling & Mediumship


I know what you're probably thinking: "Online LGBT Counseling? Yeah, right!" 

Maybe you've tried therapy before, and it didn't help. Maybe you've even tried online counseling websites like BetterHelp, Pride Counseling or Talkspace.


Maybe you've taken medications, but they just didn't seem to fix how you were feeling. Some days it just seems easier to stay in bed with the curtains drawn, so you don't have to face the world. I know how frustrating that feels, to have "lost" something from the way you used to be and to not know what it is exactly, that you've lost - to feel incomplete in some way and to not have the words to describe exactly what you are experiencing. I've helped hundreds of people, who have been in the same situation. Many have told me that I am the first therapist, who has actually helped them.

Clients very often tell me that other therapists they have had "just listened" and "didn't really help me work through anything." There is a reason for this: all therapies are NOT created equal. I use therapy methods, which were specifically designed for conditions like depression and anxiety, and which have consistently proven effective for many years.

I know that making that initial phone call is a difficult thing to do, but don't give up just yet. All therapies are not equal. Most of my clients tell me after only a few short months that they no longer need my help, and this is my aim as a therapist - to give you the tools you need to fly solo. I look forward to getting to know you.

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Fact vs Fiction


Mediumship has existed since ancient times but began being scientifically studied during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. More recently, scientists began studying mediumship phenomena with greater interest and have found some scientific support for the authenticity of mediums’ practices. Research by Gary Schwartz, PhD, Julie Beischel, PhD, and others suggests that mediumship may serve as a potentially useful adjunct to individuals receiving grief therapy.

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"Through my work with Brian, I noticed that he brought exceptional concern and care in treating clients. He also has a strong ability to be both honest and direct, while simultaneously being warm and inviting. He even brings great humor to any situation."

-- Nicole Patrick, Licensed Professional Counselor

Fact vs Fiction

Is Talk Therapy Effective?

If you've never before been in therapy, you might have some preconceptions about what actually happens in therapy. I think for many people, hearing that word "therapy" conjures mental images of lying on a couch several times per week for years on end, telling a therapist about one's deepest, darkest secrets, dreams and fantasies. But what is it really like? And really, does therapy work?

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