Even though attitudes have begun to change over recent years, if you are a member of the LGBT+ community, you could face mental health concerns at various points in our life. You may have experienced challenging responses from friends or family or your wider community, or have to deal with bullying or homophobia. Perhaps you have concerns about your sexuality or gender identity. We do know that if you identify as LGBT+, you may be more likely to be affected by depression, anxiety, stress and panic attacks.

Would you like to discuss gender fluidity, or explore what it means to be transgender, lesbian, gay or bisexual? You may find that a sympathetic, confidential course of counselling can help you to understand yourself and your sexuality, and allow you to set a course for a happy and confident future.