What is LGBTQ Counselling?
Coming to terms with your sexuality, facing discrimination, victimisation or homophobic attitudes can have lasting effects. Some people suffer rejection from their families or friends and, together, these experiences have the potential to cause significant emotional and psychological distress.
At The Awareness Centre, we understand the challenges of being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or non-heterosexual or non-cisgendered (LBGTQ), and we offer a safe and non-judgemental environment in which you can explore these issues.
Depression, anxiety and low self-esteem are problems that can affect each and every one of us. Yet, for some LGBTQ individuals, the sources of mental distress are all encompassing. They can affect all aspects of life, including self-esteem, relationships and even our career choices, all of which can have a devastating impact on health and happiness.
Counsellors and psychotherapists practising at The Awareness Centre see many people, each with their own unique issues to resolve. If you are having issues or problems related to your sexuality, then you too may benefit from counselling and psychotherapy.
Therapists at The Awareness Centre have experience in working with LGBTQ issues and can support you on your journey to self-improvement. They will support you with systems to cope with and challenge the problems you may be facing, with the aim of helping you live an authentic, full and happy life. Additionally, if you wish to combine counselling and psychotherapy with medication, we can refer you to our private consultant psychiatrist. Our therapists can offer support for a wide range of issues and use a number of approaches to therapy.
We are currently offering counselling sessions online and by telephone and some face-to-face sessions.
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