by Katie Quinn

KT Coaching is based fully online, working specifically with members of the LGBTQ+ community to be their best selves mentally and physically. I work to get my clients out of unhealthy habits that no longer serve them and into new ones... That allow them to live a life on their terms. This is where the Break to Build Programme comes in. I work to not only get people physically fit, but also work to install a solid mentality behind that, meaning that self doubt, zero confidence and feeling like you cannot be yourself is something we work together on to eradicate. This is a physical training programme but it's so much more in the way of weekly trainings covering a range of topics such as lifestyle, nutrition, mindset to ensure that it's totally doable and fits within your lifestyle. These are all housed on a private platform with other members...

 Mental Health, Personal Care /  UNITED KINGDOM / 458 views

by eventsdivamagcouk

MindOut is a mental health service run by and for lesbians, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer people. They work to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all LGBTQ communities and to make mental health a community concern. MindOut recognises that our communities are wonderfully diverse and welcome all LGBTQ+ people including those who identify as asexual, aromantic, pansexual, non-binary, genderqueer, genderfluid and intersex. Their services are also available to those who may not identify under the LGBTQ umbrella including straight people who have sexual and/or romantic relationships with LGBTQ people, men who have sex with men, women who have sex with women, people who previously identified as LGBTQ and those who are questioning their sexual and/or gender identities. If you are unsure, please do get in touch with us. Their services are for LGBTQ people aged 18+ who are based in Brighton and Hove, with the exception of our...

 Mental Health /  England / 407 views

by eventsdivamagcouk

Lesbian and bisexual women may be more likely than heterosexual women to suffer from depression, anxiety or other mental health issues.Research shows that most lesbian and bisexual women would first seek help from a friend, so the foundation put together our 'You've Got A Friend' guide to offer practical tips to anyone who is trying to help their friend. The LGBT Foundation also run services to help improve mental health and wellbeing as well as providing a range of information and resources on physical health for women.  

 Mental Health /  England / 442 views

by eventsdivamagcouk

In the new millennium we have witnessed huge changes in legal equality and LGBT+ information is much more accessible, however our services are still very much needed. Switchboard continues to provide support on the phone, and through our email and instant messaging services, to people from across the UK. They may be feeling isolated in their community, they may be coming out and want to talk to somebody who has also been through it, they may have an issue that is concerning them and need to talk it through with somebody who will not judge them, they may want to ask how to put a condom on without being embarrassed, or they may just need to know where they can meet other people in their area. Switchboard is a LGBT+ Helpline. They are a safe space for anyone to discuss anything, including sexuality, gender identity, sexual health and emotional well-being. Switchboard support...

 Mental Health /  UNITED KINGDOM / 391 views

by eventsdivamagcouk

At Mind, they believe we should all look out for one another's mental health. Especially when we know that some of us deal with higher levels of discrimination and isolation. And Mind believe that every mental health service provider should make sure their services are accessible and inclusive to all. Mind gives information about mental health support for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, queer or questioning (LGBTIQ+).

 Mental Health /  England / 492 views