Birmingham's Largest LGBTQ+ Therapy Provider

Online LGBTQ+ Counseling in Birmingham

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How can we help you?

Most of our therapists in Birmingham are from the LGBTQ community and understand the issues faced by lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and Queers. Our counselors offer empathetic listening, affirmation, and specialized knowledge to help you explore your identity. They also help you navigate challenges such as Discrimination, Bullying, Coming out, Internalized Homophobia, Mental Health Struggles, Violence & Hate Crimes
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LGBTQ+ Counseling in Birmingham

PrideMantra offers LGBTQ+ counseling in Birmingham, providing a safe and understanding environment for individuals to explore their mental health concerns. Their experienced counselors specialize in LGBTQ+ issues, offering support for a variety of challenges. Whether dealing with coming out, relationship issues, or mental well-being, PrideMantra aims to empower individuals on their unique journeys. Contact them directly to learn more about their services, therapists, and scheduling options for inclusive and affirming counseling.


A new beginning to a happy life ahead….


Signup For LGBTQ+ Counselling

Just complete a simple 5-minute online assessment form and enroll in the therapy program


Meet Your Therapist

We connect you with LGBTQ+ counselors from Birmingham who specialize in coming out, self-acceptance, coping with stigma, and other LGBTQ+ concerns.


Connect To PrideMantra App

Video call or chat with mantra therapists in Birmingham to bring back happiness in your life.


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Top LGBTQ+ therapists from Birmingham & the World


1500+ Happy customers from Birmingham

"PrideMantra's LGBTQ+ counseling in Birmingham was a turning point in my life. Their dedicated counselors created a safe space where I could explore my journey, fostering growth and self-acceptance. A true pillar of empowerment."



Find an LGBTQ+ therapist near you in Birmingham

Our Birmingham Office (Virtual):

55 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2AA, United Kingdom

Our therapists are available across Birmingham including Acocks Green, Ladywood, Soho & Jewellery Quarter, Alum Rock, Sparkbrook & Balsall Heath East, Bournbrook & Selly Park, North Edgbaston, Stockland Green, Harborne, Weoley & Selly Oak, Glebe Farm & Tile Cross, Aston, Bartley Green, Hall Green North, Bromford & Hodge Hill, Edgbaston, and more.


Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, LGBTQ counseling in Birmingham typically follows strict confidentiality guidelines in which you get option to not share your name and video with the therapist. You can chat or use audio sessions for therapy sessions.

Yes, many counselors at PrideMantra, Birmingham undergo specific training to understand and address the unique challenges such as Coming Out, Homophobia, Homelessness, Bullying, etc.

Yes, LGBTQ counseling can provide support and strategies to facilitate communication and understanding between individuals and their families.

Yes, there are counseling services at PrideMantra, Birmingham specifically designed for LGBTQ teenagers to address their unique needs and experiences.

LGBTQ counseling covers a range of topics, including coming out, self-acceptance, coping with stigma, relationship challenges, gender dysphoria, and mental health concerns.

Yes, family therapy can be beneficial to improve understanding, communication, and support for LGBTQ individuals and their families in Birmingham.

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Seeking a deeper comprehension of potential depression, anxiety, stress, or similar problems as a part of the LGBTQ+ community in Birmingham? Gain insight into your emotions and improve your understanding of your current state by taking our free emotional assessment. This convenient and confidential test will provide valuable insights into your well-being.

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