LGBTQ people can potentially be at a higher risk of experiencing certain mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, or alcohol and substance abuse. This has been often related to an increased experience of alienation and emotional confusion for people who have had to come to terms with a sexual identity which is different to most of those around them, and a potential consequence of societal or familial discrimination, ignorance or prejudice.

Experiencing rejection or hostility from friends, family, colleagues, strangers or members of one’s community can impact a person’s self-esteem and potentially increase the likeliness of the development of mental health issues.

Our team has experience in handling issues surrounding sexuality and sexual and gender identity, so if these, or any other issues, are causing you problems in your life and relationships, then please do not hesitate to get in touch with the Portland Practice in Harley Street, London and arrange a consultation with our mental health professionals here.

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10 Harley Street


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0207 299 0373

Ethical Guidelines

Portland practice in London, Harley Street, is a member and follows the guidelines of the United Kingdom of Counsellors and Psychotherapists. Our psychotherapists understand the needs of both ethical and race issues and are sensitive to the needs and complexity of gender.

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