By GMCA: Making the decision to reach out to a therapist is the first step in a process that can lead you to a happier life and a stronger you. A place where your struggles are acknowledged and addressed in a constructive and meaningful way.
At GMCA we realize that gaining access to counseling services that are tailored to our community can be especially challenging for gay men. Geographic location, home-life situations, or general feelings of apprehension are just a few examples of the barriers that can keep people from seeking the counseling they are searching for. We strive to remove those barriers.
Our HIPAA compliant, online video conferencing service can be accessed anywhere, anytime on your desktop computer, laptop, tablet or phone turning any room into a one-on-one, face-to-face counseling session. Private, secure and loving, it’s everything you want your session to be without a visit to an office.
Jonathan Merker, MA LMHC, founder of GMCA, uses this technology daily to connect with individual gay men and couples from small communities, rural areas and metropolitan centers.
“I’m here to support, to listen and most importantly help you realize that you do not have to take this journey alone.”
As a therapist, my objective is to understand you, your story, and your struggles so that together we can transcend the things that are holding you back from becoming a happier and stronger person.
The issues facing gay men in our community are unique, complex and can seem overwhelming, but we’ll talk, we’ll heal, and we’ll set you on the road to a better place.
E-mail, call 206.707.9188, or you can easily schedule a free consultation directly from my website, I’ll be at the other end waiting to say hello.
Reach out, I’m here to help.