Inclusive Pathways is a new program providing free psychological therapies and social and emotional wellbeing support to LGBTIQA+ people.
Inclusive Pathways provides quality, accessible and culturally safe mental health support for people of diverse sexualities and genders, people with variations in sex characteristics and people exploring or uncertain of their gender identity, expression or sexuality.
Inclusive Pathways uses a dynamic, strengths-based, person-centred and affirming model of care. The Inclusive Pathways team includes a psychologist and social worker experienced in working with LGBTIQA+ communities ensuring individuals the right care and support at the right time.
The program can be accessed by anyone aged 16+ years or over who identifies as LGBTIQA+ and is based in the ACT. Referrals are accepted but not necessary and people accessing the program who don’t have a Mental Health Treatment Plan will be supported to obtain one.
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Inclusive Pathways is supported by funding from the ACT PHN through the Australian Government’s PHN Program.