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Parent Support Group



Are you stuck trying to understand ways in which you can support your loved one who is part of the LGBTQ+ community? Do you want to learn more about LGBTQ+ resources and topics?


This group will provide a safe, inclusive space for parents of LGBTQ+ individuals to explore resources, understand LGBTQ+ topics, develop healthy relationships, and gain insight into how to better support their loved ones.

  • Sexual Orientation vs Gender Identity
  • Ways to support your loved one
  • Mental health
  • Creating a safe space
  • Communication
  • Relationship building
  • Family dynamics
  • Discrimination
  • Community Resources
  • Grief
  • A safe, inclusive environment
  • Understanding LGBTQ+ topics
  • Being open to new perspectives
  • Access to group and individual therapy
  • Connection and support from clinicians and peers
  • Evidence-based practice approaches to understanding your child's LGBTQ+ identity


Us 2 Behavioral Health Care Clinic

Bi-weekly | Mondays from 5:30 - 7pm

Bring paper and writing material

Based on insurance and ability to pay



Isaac Kabacinski


MSW, APSW | He/Him/His

While completing his master's degree in social work from UWGB, Isaac began working with the LGBTQ+ community as an intern at the Pride Center on campus. Since then, Isaac has worked with the LGBTQ+ population and youth in various settings from events he coordinated at the LGBT+ Center in Marinette to an intensive outpatient program and outpatient clinics. Isaac believes the LGBTQ+ group for parents is essential to building a healthier, supportive family system and community.