My face-to-face practice in central London.
Mayfair well-being business centre and therapy suites, where my face-to-face practice is located.
Arabs4Tolerance tries to pave a path for tolerance, understanding and mutual respect of Arabs who happen to be LGBT.
The Beaumont Society is a UK national self-help body run by and for those who cross dress or are transsexual. Theywelcome all transgender people and their partners, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, creed or colour, and all varieties from nervous new transgender people to those who are experienced and confident in their second gender.
Channel 4 News correspondent and PinkNews founder, Benjamin Cohen, on being Jewish and LGBT. He made this video in reaction to the 'gay cure' crisis in the European Jewish community.
Coming out Christian was created by people who prayed to be straight, but instead realised that God loves them just the way they are. The site contains many invaluable resources for those struggling to understand their sexuality while maintaining their faith.
In an effort to counter the despair and isolation that many young gay people feel, Savage launched this YouTube channel to provide positive examples of gay adults living their lives and sharing that simple message -- it gets better.
Dr Jallen Rix's website/book about his and others' survival and recovery from religious abuse and the Ex-Gay movement. The site contains lot of useful and important information for those struggling to reconcile their religion and sexuality.
Co-founder of Exodus, former Exodus ministries leader, former Exodus International and head of Courage UK, tell how they themselves were unable to truly change their sexual orientation, how they were living a lie, lying to people by telling them it was possible to change their sexual orientation. They apologise for all the harm they have done. This is vital viewing for anyone who is considering any kind of treatment with the goal of changing their sexual orientation! Watching this could save your life.
Gay Middle East
The Hod website is the first independent site for religious homosexual Jews, providing a platform for open-minded discussion in order to facilitate understanding. The website upholds orthodox views.
Alvin McEwen's blog. It analyses and refutes the inaccuracies and lies lodged against the LGBT community by religious conservative organisations.
HOPE not hate mobilises everyone opposed to the BNP’s politics of hate. It was formed in 2005 as a positive antidote to the BNP and has the support of the Daily Mirror, trade unions, celebrities and community groups across the country.
The International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) is a leading international organization dedicated to human rights advocacy on behalf of people who experience discrimination or abuse on the basis of their actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.
Imaan supports LGBT Muslilm people, their families and friends, to address issues of sexual orientation within Islam. It provides a safe space and support network to address issues of common concern through sharing individual experiences and institutional resources.
JQYouth is a social/support group made up of frum/formerly frum gay, lesbian, bi and trans Jews aged 17-30. As well as meetings and social get-togethers, they have an anonymous online discussion group.
Keshet UK brings together LGBT Jewish groups, initiatives and activists to share, develop and promote knowledge, information, learning and resources.
The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement is a UK-based international Charity which challenges homophobia and transphobia, especially within the Church and faith based organisations, as well as working to create and praying for an inclusive church.
The National Center for Transgender Equality is a US organisation dedicated to advancing the equality of transgender people through advocacy, collaboration and empowerment.
The website of the Gay and Lesbian Yeshiva Day School Alumni Association (GLYDSA) with resources for gay and lesbian orthodox Jews.
The Safra Project is a resource project working on issues relating to lesbian, bisexual and/or transgender women who identify as Muslim religiously and/or culturally (Muslim LBT women). The Safra Project was set up in October 2001 by and for Muslim LBT women. The issues faced by Muslim LBT women, and the (combination of) prejudices based on sexual orientation, gender identity, gender, religion, race, culture and immigration status that they experience, are unique and currently insufficiently addressed.
Sexuality and Disability is a website that starts with the premise that women who are disabled are sexual beings - just like any other woman. It discusses a wide range of topics related to sexuality without shying away from them. It was created by women with disabilities, disability rights activists, counselling professionals, and organizations working on disability.
Tamirfilms Ltd is a community of compassionate filmmakers, volunteers, and friends dedicated to creating a platform to improve the mental and spiritual well being of others by inspiring communities around the globe.
Focusing on films that highlight various social and cultural issues, working with innovative minds, and engaging material is what makes Tamirfilms a new and important voice in independent entertainment.
Our vision at Tamirfilms is to be of service by being a loving, playful, generous and powerful example of the absolute joy that is available to us.
health and social care professionals, broadcast media and lay people who want to learn more about the subject.
10,000 Couples is an online magazine dedicated to celebrating, affirming and strengthening the commitment of gay and lesbian couples to one another and to their relationships.
Q&A on Sexual Orientation