Peer Support Groups

We currently offer three peer led support groups.
Borderlands is open to TGI people and to those who are exploring whether a TGI identity is a good description of their experience.

TransPartners is open to loved ones of TGI people. (This group is currently on hiatus, but should be returning soon. Stay tuned for updates!)

TransFamilies is open to parents and other family memebers of TGI people. 

Ground Rules for All Groups
  • Peer Support
    This is a peer led group. It is not a therapy group nor a substitute for professional counseling or emergency services.
  • Confidentiality
    What's said in the group stays in the group. Don't share anyone's personal information and/or TGI or questioning status with anyone outside of the group for any reason unless you have their express permission beforehand. Be mindful that group members may not want to be addressed or identified outside of the group space and/or may use different names in public.
  • Respect
    Be respectful of how people are comfortable identifying themselves and/or their partner(s) and the pronouns they use when referring to themself and/or their partner(s). Respect other people's choices about how to live their lives. Not all people take the same path through life.
  • Listening
    It is important for each person to have a chance to talk without being interrupted. Also, please turn all cell phones off or on vibrate and leave the room if you absolutely must take a call.
  • I Statements
    Please speak about yourself and your own experiences without making broad generalizations about other people. We are all individuals with unique experiences. Your way does not work for everyone.
  • Scent Free Space
    Please refrain from wearing perfumes or strong scents so that people with chemical sensitivities may attend.
  • Safe Space
    For the safety of our members, the meeting location is kept confidential. If you know of someone who may be interested in the group, please have them email to get more information as we prefer to touch base with new people before they attend their first meeting so that they know what to expect.