“Volunteering at MindOut was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life, to give back to my community in this way.” – Lucy Kamper

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I started volunteering for MindOut when a trans friend sadly took her own life in 2018. I volunteered in one of the groups and also as a peer mentor. It was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life to give back to my community in this way. Through the amazing training offered by MindOut and … Read more

MindOut’s Darren Flint on supporting LGBTQ Relationships

staff member Darren Flint

What is your role at MindOut? I do some general admin and I help to run the Counselling service. I often deliver training and other events, and I recently ran MindOut’s first ever group themed around Relationships. Can you tell us about the Relationships group? We called it ‘Better Communication in Intimate Relationships’. As a … Read more

Better Communication in Intimate Relationships

MindOut is launching a new skills training group for LGBTQ people. Learn more about: listening skills dealing with conflict ending well intimacy and solitude This free, 8 week course on relationship skills aims to be safe, non-judgemental, welcoming and affirmative of relationship diversity. Wednesdays 6-8pm, starting 28th January. Fore more information contact: [email protected] or call … Read more

Peer Support Can Be Life Saving

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“Peer support is lifesaving. I’m still suicidal, I’m not out of the woods, but with the support from my group I am getting there. I have hope!” – MindOut service user   At MindOut it’s important to us to offer services that we know work to improve people’s mental health and wellbeing. We are constantly gathering feedback … Read more