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What You Need to Know About Coming Out

Courtney L Harris

by Courtney Harris

Courtney (she/her) is a witness, space-holder, supporter, and caregiver for families of all types and in all stages. She has served youth and their families since 2008.

As a Life Coach for Teens and Parents, Courtney supports tweens, teens, and young adults in finding their voice, growing confidence, and thriving. Courtney supports parents in practicing self-care, maintaining personal growth, and developing balanced sensitivity towards the process their rapidly-changing child is creating. Sessions with Courtney lovingly guide families in overcoming isolation, as they develop the trust, communication, and connection that’s crucial for a life of ease.

As a Full-Spectrum Companion, Courtney is passionate about honoring life’s transitions, and she believes that all birthing people deserve compassionate, steady, and informed support throughout their unique reproductive journeys. She offers prenatal, labor/birth, postpartum, abortion.

Courtney is proud to elevate the voices and needs of each client she has the honor of serving. She is dedicated to inclusive, anti-racist work both in her personal and professional relationships and in the systems she lives and works in.

In her recent post Courtney writes about “Coming Out”

In this article, I use the term “coming out.” I am considering this term in an expansive way which includes the sharing of one’s gender identity, sexual identity, relationship structure, and/or anything else that someone wants to share about themselves.

Courtney L Harris

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