Coronavirus Service Update
As of Thursday 19th March, LGBT Foundation has temporarily shifted to become a remote service delivery charity due to the Coronavirus pandemic. This means that all our face-to-face services will be suspended until at least 14th April.
Talking Therapies will continue to accept referrals at the present time. Assessments will be delivered remotely, via Zoom or telephone. One to one counselling sessions will be delivered remotely, either via phone or online. We are also hoping to offer useful information and links to self-help resources through our social media channels.
LGBT Foundation has been providing a talking therapies service to the LGBT communities of the North West for over a decade.
Our counselling service offers:
Access to LGBT affirmative therapy
Counselling with an LGBT specialist therapist
FREE sessions to individuals and couples
Monday to Friday sessions, evenings included (NB: evening sessions subject to availability)
If you have any questions about the Talking Therapies Programme contact us on 0345 3 30 30 30, email firstname.lastname@example.org or pop-in and see us between 10am and 6pm Monday to Friday.
Counselling can help with
- Difficulties related coming out
- Exploring sexual orientation and/or gender identity
- Low mood
- Panic Attacks
- Problems in relationships
Volunteer within the service
Our volunteer led counselling service welcomes therapists from a wide range of backgrounds, identities and modalities. All therapists undergo an interview process and attend monthly clinical supervision in adherence with BACP guidelines.
Volunteer admin roles are also available within the service.
For further enquiries please e-mail email@example.com
If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts or feel concerned that you may harm yourself please contact the following services:
SAMARITANS (24 hours, 7 days a week)
116 123 (free call) / 0161 236 8000 (local charges apply)
THE SANCTUARY (8 pm-6 pm)
0300 003 7029
If you are concerned about an immediate risk of harm - either to yourself or someone else - phone 999. If it is not an emergency but you require urgent advice, call 101. Visit your local Accident & Emergency department if necessary.