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Learn about your mental health

Take our four mental health wellbeing tests to see how you are doing on common mental health issues like stress, anxiety, depression and minority stress, which refers to unique LGBTQ+ stressors, such as internalised homophobia and expectations of rejection.

Once you have completed all four tests, we will provide you with an overall summary to help you understand whether you might benefit from additional support. You can also learn more about your mental health by reading our articles about LGBTQ+ mental health, therapy and other subjects in our Explore section.

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Scott Houston

Integrative Psychotherapist

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Eliana Riccardi

Psychosynthesis Counsellor

4 kilometres away

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George Bowlay-Williams

Integrative Counselling Therapist

4 kilometres away

MATCH

Match with an LGBTQ+ specialised therapist that is right for you

Let us find the right therapist for you with our LGBTQ+ specific matching service. Complete a three-minute questionnaire and we will match you with the top three therapists on our platform that fits with your specific requirements. All therapists on our platform are LGBTQ+ specialists and have been pre-screened to ensure they have the expertise and experience to help you.

90% match

Scott Houston

Integrative Psychotherapist

4 kilometres away

90% match

Eliana Riccardi

Psychosynthesis Counsellor

4 kilometres away

90% match

George Bowlay-Williams

Integrative Counselling Therapist

4 kilometres away

CONNECT

Connect with LGBTQ+ specialised therapists, online or offline

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EXPLORE

Read our featured articles

The need to address the persisting effects of minority stress

To improve mental health in the LGBTQ+ community, we must put the improved social attitudes towards LGBTQ+ people into perspective, and recognise the fragility of our equal rights. We will put focus on minority stress in a series of articles this autumn.

The Social Transition

The social transition refers to aspects of transitioning that involve social, cosmetic and legal changes. A social transition is an entirely valid way for a person to move to an expression of gender identity that matches or resembles their true one.