QUEERS DOING COOL THINGS, EPISODE 1!!! As the son of conservative Christian pastors, Isaac Archuleta survived conversion therapy and a childhood filled with self-hate. His turbulent history inspired him to launch Denver's I Am Clinic - a mental health center focused on services for the LGBTQ community.
Isaac tells HuffPost, “…mental health providers should always affirm their clients’ sexual orientation and gender identity. Counselors who, for religious reasons, do not truly accept their LGBTQ clients end up promoting the shame from which their clients need to be rescued. They’re ‘working against love even though they preach a message of love…’”

Isaac tells HuffPost, “…mental health providers should always affirm their clients’ sexual orientation and gender identity. Counselors who, for religious reasons, do not truly accept their LGBTQ clients end up promoting the shame from which their clients need to be rescued. They’re ‘working against love even though they preach a message of love…’”

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Isaac speaks on sexuality and spirituality at Q Christian’s annual conference. Other panelists are Dr. Tina Shermer-Sellers and Megan DeFranza.

In response to Mike Huckabee, “As a counselor, he said, he would tell queer Christian youth who hear anti-LGBTQ rhetoric from Christians to listen instead to the desires God has placed in their hearts. ‘Rely on that internal God-given compass,’ he said. ‘So that you can blossom into the person you were created to be.’”

In response to Mike Huckabee, “As a counselor, he said, he would tell queer Christian youth who hear anti-LGBTQ rhetoric from Christians to listen instead to the desires God has placed in their hearts. ‘Rely on that internal God-given compass,’ he said. ‘So that you can blossom into the person you were created to be.’”

Isaac writes for HuffPost in response to the Pulse shooting, “When the messages of your churches and the sermons you clap for; when the messages you deliver as our parents, leaders, and well-intentioned friends negatively shift the way we, people of the LGBT+ community, feel about our version of love, our relational offering, or our position in this world [as God’s beloved children], the system of homophobia is working through you.

Isaac writes for HuffPost in response to the Pulse shooting, “When the messages of your churches and the sermons you clap for; when the messages you deliver as our parents, leaders, and well-intentioned friends negatively shift the way we, people of the LGBT+ community, feel about our version of love, our relational offering, or our position in this world [as God’s beloved children], the system of homophobia is working through you.

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“The cross section of Christian and gay: LGBTQ Christians say Denver is welcoming but old wounds still need to heal”

“The cross section of Christian and gay: LGBTQ Christians say Denver is welcoming but old wounds still need to heal”

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Isaac Speaking at the Gay Christian Network Conference 2016 in Houston, TX

Isaac Speaking at the Gay Christian Network Conference 2016 in Houston, TX


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Psychotherapist Isaac Archuleta describes the ways homophobia and transphobia distort our emotional desires, identities, and how we live compartmentalized lives. How do we become fully integrated beings?

Isaac, Clinical Director at iAmClinic, describes how his practice was born out of a personal journey. Isaac Archuleta, MA, LPC describes how he navigated sexual orientation and found freedom within himself, within manhood, and within relationships. 

Isaac was interviewed by editor Steve Knight from Chalice Press as a promotional event for the release of Scared Wounds, written by Teresa Pasquale. In this video they discuss the manner in which religious communities can create trauma and the manner in which we can heal. 

Cofounders of iAmProject, Isaac and Michael Stark, outside of CPR Radio Station as they prepare for the radio interview.

Cofounders of iAmProject, Isaac and Michael Stark, outside of CPR Radio Station as they prepare for the radio interview.


Even masculine gay men and feminine gay woman have to support their own uniqueness in a way that can feel like a slow leak. Isaac describes how to create authenticity within.

Isaac interviews Dr. Lin Fraser, former President of WPATH for the Imago Dei Summit. Dr. Fraser has worked with the trans community for over 40 years and helped write the international standards for ethical treatment of trans persons. 

Isaac was interviewed by Brandan Robertson for the Imago Dei Summit. In this video they question the intentions of those who advocate for therapies that attempt to change sexual orientation.