MindOut Half Marathon Team

eric banks holding a trans flag and a backpack of rocks

We have a wonderful team of runners raising money for MindOut at the upcoming Brighton Half Marathon. Here are just a few of our fabulous runners: Eric Banks Joe Flynn Maddocks We are so grateful and wish our team the best of luck! The Brighton Half Marathon is happening this Sunday 24th February. You can view … Read more

Volunteer Counsellor Vacancies

volunteer counsellor vacancies

MindOut are recruiting both trainee and qualified volunteer counsellors to join our busy, low-cost LGBTQ Affirmative counselling service. We are recruiting for counsellors who: are training on/qualified from level 7 (Post Graduate level) or above courses identify as LGBTQ trans and BAME LGBTQ counsellors are particularly welcome to apply To apply for a role with … Read more

Online Support

Mind Out Online Support featuring six small different colour images representing technology and information as well as a transgender symbol

Our Online Support service is open most evenings and weekends. Check the pink box for opening times! Our Online Support service is: Run by and for LGBTQ people Free instant message service Confidential, anonymous, non-judgemental Safe space to share how you feel Get support and information Get in touch with our trained Online Support workers … Read more

New research into LGBTQ mental health

Stonewall have published a major study showing that over half of LGBT people experienced depression in the last year, with almost half of trans people feeling suicidal.   People reported shocking levels of mistreatment in mainstream services.  Read the report HERE. Stonewall’s brilliant and timely research highlights and reveals the shocking levels of mental distress we respond to … Read more

Self Care

Self care Is a crucial element of wellbeing and very individual to each one of us…however here are a few ways to take care of ourselves that we know work. Be true to yourself – It’s freeing to be able to live as your true self, especially in the face of adversity – and that … Read more