LGBTQI+ mental health

Following survey of and workshops with LGBTQI+ young people, the Anna Freud Centre has created a free resource to support LGTBQI+ young people’s mental health.

This resource, designed for young people aged 14 and up, explores some important topics in relation to being a member of the LGBTQI+ community.

It also provides advice for LGBTQI+ young people on where to go to get additional support for mental health problems should they arise. 

The resource covers different topics like:

  • coming out
  • common challenges for LGBTQI+ people
  • trans and non-binary young people
  • intersex young people

Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • use by young people aged 13 and up
  • use by individual young people

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