Rachel Becker-Warner, PsyD, LP, received her doctorate from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology. Becker-Warner provides individual, family, couples, and group psychotherapy for a wide range of sexual health issues and gender concerns including: transgender (i.e., gender identity exploration and affirmation in children and adults) and sexual orientation issues, relationship and sexual problems, and sexual offending. She practices using integrative interventions drawing from family and developmental systems, relational, and cognitive-behavioral theories in her approach to addressing a variety of mental health concerns and sexual health problems. Becker-Warner’s doctoral research examined the influence of spirituality and religious beliefs in maintaining sobriety for gay men, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people. Her clinical training has included experience in assessment and treatment of individuals with sexual offenses, community mental health, child and family therapy, chemical dependency treatment (specifically with GLBTQ individuals), and partial hospitalization for SPMI individuals. She is currently practicing through the Program in Human Sexuality – University of Minnesota Medical School’s Center for Sexual Health.