Parents Support Group

Hear from Dr. Lulu's Clients and Members of the POQs Support Group

"I have grown so much with self-acceptance and acceptance of others after being a part of Dr. Lulu's support group. It's been a journey since our adult child shared with us how he identifies with his gender and sexuality. In the group, we support one another, hear one another out, and share experiences. Dr. Lulu guides us and challenges us to dig inside ourselves deeply to understand why we think the way we do and how we get to our serenity in each area that needs improvement. She has a wealth of literature and course that you'll read and find so much truth in what you are going through. I knew I would join her support group after viewing some of her videos, blogs and listening to her broadcasts."

Kesha Stafford, VA
"I had no idea how much Dr. Lulu was going to affect every aspect of my life when I first hired her as my life coach. I was struggling with understanding and supporting my transgender son, and reached out to her. That was nearly a year ago and I have grown in leaps and bounds since then. And the weekly Monday night support group has been the icing on the cake!"

Karen Olney, MD
"As a parent of 2 transgender sons, I have taken this journey first alone, and then AGAIN with Dr. Lulu in my corner. She has connected me to an online family that means so much to me! Her knowledge, guidance, and encouragement, regularly renew my strength and bring me peace. Those things are hard to put a price on!"

Kim Howell, MI
Dr. Lulu manages to organize the cluster of emotions a parent has when their child invites them in. My daughters, one pansexual, and one lesbian know they have a safe place to call home and Dr. Lulu has built a safe place for parents in her online community. Self-doubt is turned in to self-confidence and we as parents get to grow WITH our children as they grow. It is a great honor to know Dr. Lulu and a privilege to be a part of this wonderful community.

 Jennifer Shawsville, VA

5 Reasons Why You Should Join the Support Group.

You suspect your child is in the LGBTQ+ community.
Your child just shared about their sexuality or gender identity.
You have homophobic friends/family members or spouse.
You are worried about how you will react to/support/affirm your child.
You are feeling shame, guilt, fear, or other negative feelings about yourself or towards your child.

Dr. Lulu's Parents of Queers Support Group

A support group for parents of queer youth who want to support their beautiful rainbow-unicorn children.
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The Synopsis

I am committed to helping you along your journey, even if you don't know what you need help with! I was just like you; scared, confused, concerned, ashamed, even guilty. It hurt me to know that my kiddo did not feel safe enough to share their reality with me for no fault of theirs. I realized very late in the game, that I had not created a safe enough space for her to do so.That is one of the main reasons I left active duty medicine to work with parents like you, after my life coach certification. I am dedicating my energy to teaching, and guiding loving and caring parents like you along the same journey that I took and still find myself on, daily.