We adopt an LGBTQ-affirming approach in all our work, which includes counselling and support services, engaging with community partners and corporate stakeholders, and conducting professional training talks and workshops.

Hotline, Whatsapp and Email Counselling

As Singapore’s only dedicated hotline, Whatsapp and email counselling services for the LGBTQ+ community, we provide a confidential, active listening ear and emotional support for people who would like to share about issues troubling them, such as sexuality, identity, relationships, mental health and sexual health. We also provide information on LGBTQ+ community resources and LGBTQ-affirming professional resources. Click here or the image to read more.

 

Professional Counselling

This service is offered to all regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, age, race, ethnicity, religion, socio-economic status and educational background.  Because relationships are an important part of our lives, our counsellors work with LGBTQ+ individuals, couples and families, including family members of persons who identify as LGBTQ+.

Our team of professional counsellors come from diverse backgrounds, all of whom adopt an LGBTQ-friendly approach that is guided by gay-affirmative practice. Click here or the image to read more.

 

Professional Training

We specialise in conducting the following types of training programmes:

  • Skill-based and capacity building workshops for professionals working in the social service, healthcare and education sectors.

  • Awareness talks to enhance understanding of issues faced by the LGBTQ community.

  • Lectures on topics relevant to tertiary-level social work, counselling or psychology students.

 

Corporate Engagement

We seek to engage local businesses and multi-national corporations based in Singapore, to provide opportunities to discuss LGBTQ+ diveristy and inclusion in the workplace.

 

Support Groups

As our oldest service, our support groups are peer-led with a focus on personal development, self-awareness and psycho-social issues. The support groups are currently inactive due to reduced demand, and the increasing popularity of other existing community services here.