Iguality offers free psychosocial support to individuals and communities in marginalised situations and that do not have access to (paid) mental health services easily.
We do this from the strong belief that mental health care should be accessible for all. Read more about our services on this page and request support, or join as us a volunteer.
What can we help with?
Our volunteer therapists can provide support and assistance in improving various challenges one may face, such as:
Anxiety is a persistent state of excessive worry, fear, or unease that can manifest as physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms.
Identity issues involve feeling uncertain or confused about who you are, including your gender, sexuality, cultural background, or personal beliefs.
Insecurity is a feeling of self-doubt, lack of confidence, or uncertainty about oneself and one’s abilities, often leading to a fear of judgment or rejection by others.
Loneliness is the feeling of being by yourself and longing for companionship, which can make you feel sad and like something is missing in your life.
Sadness or depression is a strong and lasting feeling of being really down and not finding joy in things, sometimes making you lose interest in other things in life.
What do we offer next to our psychosocial support?
We aim to offer a holistic approach that includes more than counselling, for those who need it.
Weekly football and other activities to foster inclusion and wellbeing through sports.
Sessions to improve physical and mental wellbeing and work on a healthy lifestyle.
Through our partner ACATHI we refer to specialised LGBTIQ support if desired.
With help from an experienced lawyer some basic legal advice can be offered.
Please note that the above services are only available for people receiving our main service of psychosocial support, and are based on availability, so not always guaranteed.