Leeds Survivor-Led Crisis Service Trans Support Group Run by Dial House

The group meets every Friday 2pm-4pm.

This group is for anyone who identifies as transgender, this includes non-binary people and anyone questioning their gender identity. We offer a therapeutic, relaxed, non-judgemental space where you can discuss the difficulties you’re facing and explore coping strategies. This group is peer led so everyone who attends identifies as trans.

The LGBT+ groups are also an opportunity to socialise and relax, and we head out from Dial House together roughly once a month to go for a coffee or to visit local places such as Temple Newsam. This is an opportunity for people who may not otherwise feel able or confident to make these kinds of trips due to discrimination and/or mental health problems, to do so with a supportive group.

How to access the groups:

Any LGBT person who feels that attending the groups would be beneficial to their mental health is welcome to attend, and the groups are self-referral. We work a lot with people who are in crisis and are able to offer support around this, but you don’t have to be at crisis point to access our group work. Before attending groups for the first time a new visitor would be invited to meet with a member of the group work team to go through what we can offer and our group work agreement.

For more information, or to find out about joining either or both of the groups, please contact our LGBT group worker, Max Peake on 0113 260 9328 (Wednesday to Fridays only) or via max.peake@lslcs.org.uk.

All groups are held at Dial House, 12 Chapel Street, Halton, Leeds, LS15 7RW, which is accessible on the 40, 163 and 19A bus routes.

Please pass this message on to colleagues and any clients or service users you feel may be interested. We have lovely leaflets advertising our service that can be posted to your organisation on request, if you’d like some please let us know!

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