Lancs LGBT

One to One Support

Within your sessions you can talk openly and freely in a confidential and safe space about your goals, values, identity and challenges you may be facing.

One to one support differs from counselling, as it can focus on the present, rather than the past. The support worker can help you set goals which can help you overcome challenges you are facing day-to-day.  

The support worker will work in collaboration with you to:

  • uncover your strengths
  • set personal goals 
  • develop action plans to achieve them

They also encourage you to: 

  • take ownership of your own wellbeing
  • support you to make positive changes aligned with your values and desires

The support worker will do: 

  • regular mental health assessments to track
    your progress 
  • help you identify areas of improvement 
  • offer a range of wellbeing coaching tasks that are tailored to your specific support needs

Hi, I’m Levi and I am the support worker at Lancashire LGBT. I’m here to help engage people with our services and offer one-to one support to the LGBTQ+ community, with an aim of improving mental health and wellbeing. I also facilitate our peer support group called Manspace.  

My background is in mental health support work, and I have a degree in counselling, coaching and psychological interventions, specialising in wellbeing coaching.

To access one to one support you can either fill out our self-referral form or a third party can refer you to the service. You will then be contacted to go through a one to one referral and then our support worker will make contact to book your first one to one session.