Troy Johnson is a psychotherapist in private practice with experience in areas of gender identity and sexuality. He is a proud graduate of University of Kentucky. In addition to providing therapy to individuals and those in relationships, he also works with community organizations to provide support and education for those seeking to be better LGBTQ allies. Troy has worked with children in a psychiatric setting who experienced childhood trauma and abuse. Since that time, he has developed community-based programs to meet the unique needs of LGBTQ older adults, provided advocacy on behalf of long-term residents, and taught as a professor of social work. Troy regularly presents and lectures on topics such as transgender identity, aging in the LGBTQ community, and the role of allies in creating more open, inclusive, and responsive spaces for diverse communities.