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Top New Years Resolutions

Posted by Gay Counselling on Saturday, January 1, 2011, In : motivation 
Traditionally, the new year is a time when LGBT people and others resolve to make changes in their lives or a fresh start.

What is your New Years Resolution?

Being gay might not always have been easy and some of us have had to compromise our values or principles just to get through. The new year might be a chance to turn the page on something in your life. Perhaps you have decided to look after your health more by reducing drinking or stopping smoking. You might be aiming to make new friends ...
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Life as a Gay Person: It Gets Better.

Posted by gaycounselling on Thursday, September 23, 2010, In : mental health 

Despite the improvements in some countries for gay people, teenagers and young people at school still experience anti-gay taunts and bullying. But those of us who are gay and made it through the homophobia of our school years know that it gets better.

Dan Savage is a gay US columnist and author who writes about homophobia, gay life and sexuality. Recently he started a the It Gets Better Project on Youtube aimed at providing information and positive role models to young gay people who are going...
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Gay Counselling in the UK

Posted by gaycounselling on Thursday, July 15, 2010, In : FInding a Counsellor 
Finding a counsellor if you are gay, even a counsellor who is also a gay person, is easy in the UK. If you are gay, homosexual, bisexual or you just want to discuss your sexuality, you can start with Gay Counselling in the UK here at gaycounselling.org.

Counsellors and psychotherapists who work with and support gay people can be found in private practice as well as in charitable organisations like the Terrance Higgins Trust. There are a directories where you can search for a counsellor who is ...
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What to Look For in a Counsellor or Therapist.

Posted by gaycounselling on Monday, April 5, 2010, In : Choosing a Counsellor 
If you think you would like to make an appointment with a counsellor or therapist, here are some things to consider.

What kind of training and experience have they had? What kind of qualifications do they have?
There are many different counselling approaches and types of training that can be taken to become a counsellor. Experience too is important. A psychologist, for example, may not have any experience undertaking professional counselling as this is not always included in university training...
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