Staying Connected with Peer Support

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Since lockdown, we have been trialling new ways to help our community to connect with each other and have introduced weekly online peer support groups. If you’re feeling lonely, anxious or low, then we can help. Our peer support sessions help people who have had similar life experiences a chance to come together and offer … Read more

Lockdown/Covid Themed Workshops and Peer Support Groups

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If you are struggling with the pressures of life in a Covid/Lockdown world and would like to talk this through with other people feeling the same, then please do get in touch. We will be running: Lockdown/Covid themed workshops Loneliness and isolation Managing fear and anxiety Self-care and staying safe Lockdown/Covid peer support groups The … Read more

Online Support – Themed sessions

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We are hosting a series of Online Support themed sessions over the next few weeks. These sessions will have a specific theme, related to the current situation, or other specific issues you may be facing. We will be be updating the schedule with information about more themed content, so please do keep checking back to … Read more

BAME/POC trans inclusivity handbook – UK survey

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Sabah Choudrey writes and talks about inclusive practice. They have published a a free guide: www.sabahchoudrey.com/inclusivity They are currently working on a longer handbook with Jessica Kingsley Publishers on “inclusive practice of Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic (BAME)/people of colour (POC) trans (including non-binary and gender non-conforming people) and need the voices of our amazing BAME/POC … Read more

MindOut responds on Trans Rights

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PRESS RELEASE –                                       28th April 2020 LGBTQ Mental Health Charity responds to Equality Minister’s announcement on Trans Rights MindOut,a mental health service run by and for LGBTQ communities, operates one of the few Trans Mental Health Advocacy services in the UK and is concerned about the implications for trans rights in the Women and … Read more