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LGBT Therapy in Greater London


Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) individuals regularly seek counselling to help with various challenging factors that they face on a daily basis. Issues can be related to your LGBT status or with feelings of depression and anxiety. Whatever it may be, it is crucial that your feel supported and encouraged to speak freely in a safe and confidential environment.

We offer a private, non-judgmental space in Central London, Woolwich, and Upminster in which you are able to express your thoughts and feelings. We can help guide you through some of the following issues:

  • Self-esteem.
  • Sexual diversity and identity.
  • Homphobia.
  • Coming out.
  • Relationships and intimacy.
  • Cheating and affairs.
  • Sexual behaviour.
  • Spiritual and religious conflicts.
  • Isolation.
  • Discrimination.
  • Trauma.
  • Stress.

Our experienced counsellors and psychotherapists can assist in addressing the above-mentioned issues. We don’t judge or discriminate and are familiar with the issues commonly experienced in the LGBT community. We are highly trained and skilled at working with LGBT people, their partners, and families.

Coming Out as LGBT

Coming out to family and friends is a gradual process that happens in stages and not in one big reveal. You might want to come out to your closest friends, family, and co-workers, but there are cultural, religious or professional considerations that might make you feel limited or scared to do so. We will support and guide you through the process of coming out in order to prevent feelings of stress, anxiety, and isolation.

Parents of LGBT Individuals

If you’re a parent or guardian of a young adult who identifies as LGBT, you may be seeking advice on how you can best support them and encourage them to express themselves. We help families and parents process thoughts and emotions regarding sexual identification.