- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
- Ethnic minorities
- ⮕ LGBTQ+
- Neurodiversity and disabilities
- Farmers and families
- Older adults
- Students and young people
- Veterans and armed forces families
- New parents
- Couples therapy
We understand that LGBTQ+ people are more likely to struggle with their mental health. Although things are changing, LGBTQ+ people can face additional emotional and mental pressures like having to ‘come out’, bullying, rejection from family, violence, and discrimination.
Steps2Wellbeing LGBTQ+ staff champions deliver training to our therapists on LGBTQ+ mental health. So, whether or not your sexuality is relevant to how you are feeling, Steps2Wellbeing can support you.