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LGBTIQ Support

We provide a welcoming and accessible service to people who identify as LGBTIQ and gender diverse. Our service is culturally appropriate, supportive and respectful to the needs of the local LGBTIQ and gender diverse community.

We recognise the challenges facing individuals, partners and families. Building strong, healthy relationships can be challenging for a number of different reasons. There are a range of different therapeutic supports for individuals, relationships and whole-of-family for a range of issues including;

  • Developing relationship skills
  • Facilitating difficult conversations about sexuality
  • Couple difficulties or conflict
  • Intimate partner or family violence
  • Parenting difficulties or conflict
  • Stress, depression and/or anxiety
  • Gender questioning
  • Family alienation
  • Step-family difficulties
  • Sexual concerns

Our counsellors and mediators may or may not identify as from the LGBTIQ+ community. However, all our staff believe in communities where relationships are respectful, diversity is valued, and where all people have a sense of belonging and purpose.

Who can we help?

LGBTIQ Support is for anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, brotherboy, bisexual, transgender, sistergirl, intersex or gender diverse.

Family members, parents and partners can also access this service.

Is there a cost involved?

Our fees are affordable and vary according to your income. When you make an appointment, our intake officers will discuss fees with you.

Where can I access this service?

LGBTIQ Support can be accessed all over the Territory including Darwin, Katherine, Alice Springs and other rural or remote areas of the NT.

Click here to find your closest Relationships Australia office.

Where do I find more information?

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