Counselling support is about care, not categorisation.
The ability to appreciate differences between people, to commit to equality of opportunity, and to avoid discrimination against people or groups contrary to their legitimate personal or social circumstances, is central to ethical and professional practice (BACP 2010, Ethical Framework BACP 2016, Ethical Framework).
Rainbow Therapists recognise that the diversity of human gender and sexualities is compatible with good mental health and social adjustment. We respect autonomy and are dedicated to social diversity, equality and inclusivity without discrimination of any kind.
Rainbow Therapists offer you a safe, confidential place to talk about your self and your life, so you can safely explore anything that may be confusing, painful or uncomfortable.
We offer diverse professional approaches, all of which provide the opportunity for you to talk with someone who is trained to listen attentively and will work with you to help you find the inner strength and resilience to improve things, where they can be improved, and to hold them more comfortably in awareness where they cannot.