Nothing says guilt, shame, and anxiety than being a gay man who had to hide who you are for years – regardless of how many years you’ve hid your truth. And, it doesn’t matter what that truth is – lack of confidence, fear of coming out, trusting you can get that promotion, or even wanting to be in a monogamous relationship. Our socialized DNA can play havoc in our gay/bi/trans lives as men. Today Dr. Nick Santo – Psychotherapist – and I share our journeys to overcoming guilt, shame, anxiety, and depression and provide you with tips for doing the same.
Dr. Nick Santo earned his MSW at Fordham and his DSW at NYU. He holds a certificate in Advanced Clinical Practice and completed the Psychodynamic Psychotherapy one-year program at the Training Institute for Mental Health. He is currently a psychoanalytic candidate at the Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity. He has been practicing psychotherapy for 14+ years, and currently maintains a private practice. Dr. Santo’s interests include treatment with sexual and gender minority adults with histories of relational and/or religious trauma.
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