LGBT Counselling (Edinburgh)

by LGBT Health & Wellbeing Claimed

Counselling, Mental Health Issues

Talking with someone who is trained to listen and support can help you to understand more about what you are experiencing and in that way give you the opportunity to identify choices that you have about how you want to live your life. Counselling can help with a whole range of issues, including relationship difficulties, gender or sexual identity issues, self-confidence and self-esteem, abuse, coming out, depression and anxiety, sexual issues and isolation.

Our counsellors are volunteers who are either qualified or in the final stages of their training with accredited institutions. LGBT Health and Wellbeing provides ongoing professional supervision to all our counsellors and all adhere to BACP ethical standards and Code of Practice.

Our Counselling Service in Edinburgh is available to trans people (including non-binary people), gay and bisexual men, and all men who have sex with men. You can self refer by visiting our website or calling on 0131 523 1100. We are based in central Edinburgh and offer appointments both during the day and in the evening from Monday to Friday.

It is with regret that due to lack of funding we are unable to offer counselling to cis women. Please find a list of alternative counselling options in Edinburgh on our website.


Last updated 13 Nov 2018, 11:56 a.m.

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Contact information

0131 523 1100
claire@lgbthealth.org.uk
Website

Service areas

City of Edinburgh