Thanks to increased Medicare rebates from 1st July 2023 – Gap payments are reduced and your share of the total payment is reduced

Gay and Lesbian Issues

Why might a Gay man or Lesbian see a Psychologist? (Either in-person or via Telehealth)

Some reasons could include:

  • Depression or Anxiety (often, though not always, a result of “less than equal” treatment)
  • Wanting to develop a Gay/Lesbian support network away from “the scene”?
  • Wanting to explore questions about “How will I meet Mr/Ms Right?”
  • Dealing with issues about discrimination or less than equal treatment
  • Feeling the need to hide who you really are in the workplace or other settings
  • Wanting to reduce internalized Homophobia or heterosexism
  • Feeling guilty about being Lesbian or Gay or that it’s “wrong”
  • Concerns about responses of family, friends, or your church to “coming out”
  • Conflicts between cultural or religious beliefs and homosexuality
  • More general fears about “coming out”
  • Social isolation from other Lesbians and Gay men
  • Alcohol or other drug addiction
  • Want to feel better about being Gay or Lesbian      
 

Burnout Prevention Break

Please note I will be on leave starting from Thursday 28th March returning to work Monday 29th April

  • My Business Support Office will be operating as usual Mon-Fri 8am to 5pm for booking or enquiries. 
  • Or book online 24/7 (for when I return) via HealthEngine.com.au

Remember Usual Emergency Numbers

  • Lifeline : 13 11 14 (24 hours)
  • The Samaratans 13 52 47 (24 Hours)
  • Q-Life 1800 184 527 3pm-midnight