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LGBTQIA+ Focused Support.

Talk Therapy, Psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy. Assisting with anxiety, stress, dysphoria, transitioning, self discovery, sexuality,  confidence boosting,

and support offered for every step of the way. Includes Approval Letter and Informed Consent Assessment Letter for those wanting to Transition.

Get in touch.
We are available to chat with you about whatever query you have. 
If you are needing guidance regarding your transitioning, we will endeavour to assist as much as we are able. 


Trans Hub Meetings.

Join our mailing list, to find out dates and times of any Trans Hub meetings, outings or trans rights actions we take. We are stronger together.  This is open to Trans individuals as well as supportive family members. 

Work in Progress.

This one-stop list of what to do to commence transition is being built. There is no such list of actions, doctors, specialists or letters needed for the Central Coast region and we are vetting each specialist personally before adding them to this list. 

Thank you for your patience. 

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This is an LGBTQIA+ Supportive Clinic.
All people are welcome here.
No matter their race, religion,
Gender or sexual orientation.
All are welcome.
All are safe here.


Coming Soon! 

We are working to connect with Service Providers, GP's, Therapists, Endocrinologists and Surgeons on the Central Coast of NSW to create a one-stop-shop for members of the Trans Community. Medical and Therapeutic Care should not be difficult to source, and yet it is. Widespread lack of training within the medical and therapeutic profession makes seeking and receiving care very difficult, and traumatic. We hope to avoid this by providing a list of trusted professionals to assist Trans folks on the Central Coast NSW on their journey. 

"Being subject to physical assault and widespread institutional discrimination because of a person’s trans status is also associated with over 60 per cent higher odds of reporting suicide attempts. Nearly a third of transgender people avoid medically necessary care." - Why have nearly half of transgender Australians attempted suicide? | Pursuit by The University of Melbourne (



Trans Vibe: Men's Group is launching 6th May, 6:30pm!

  • Sharing our experiences

  • Supporting one another

  • Facing our situations

  • Becoming Stronger

  • Stepping into our Strength 

  • Finding our Purpose

  • Forming a Family

Join our Mailing List to keep in the loop. 

Meetings will take place in Buff Point NSW.


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Transgender Individuals are more likely to transition in a safe, healthy and happy way, if they feel truly supported. Therapy helps to relieve the negative effects of Dysphoria, Dysmorphia, Depression, Anxiety and any other negative side effects of the often harrowing journey to becoming truly whole. 

Support therapy is offered to Trans persons, as well as to their families and friends. The experience of transitioning can be a good one. Chat with us today about your options. 


We have free Self-Guided Sleep Hypnosis videos available on our youtube channel. We are adding LGBTQIA+ Specific videos soon. If you have a specific need, and feel that other Trans persons would benefit from it, please let us know and we will create one and add it to the collection. 

This Anxiety Reduction Self-Guided Sleep Hypnosis is a great place to start! 


Let us know of any up coming events, marches, markets, parties or festivals that serve the LGBTQIA+ Community and we'll post them here! 

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LGBTIQ+ Health Australia

LGBTIQ+ Health Australia and the National Ethnic Disability Alliance (NEDA) are developing training, peer support and mentoring activities for LGBTIQ+ people with disability over the age of 18 years. 
The online training aims to increase knowledge and skills in advocacy and storytelling. This will include workshops, videos, animations, and other resources. The training has been developed by and for all LGBTIQ+ people with disability, including the voices of First Nations and culturally and linguistically diverse people.
We want to let you know about upcoming workshops and the launch of online content in July 2022. All the training and online content will be free. You can choose how much of the training you want to take part in and can work at your own pace. 
To keep updated with the project activities register your interest here:

LGBTIQ+ Health Strategy and Implementation Plan 2022

The Strategy’s vision is for LGBTIQ+ people in NSW to receive high quality, safe, inclusive and responsive healthcare that delivers outcomes that matter to them.


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The strategic priorities for our system over the next five years are:

Deliver high quality, safe, inclusive and responsive care
Respond to the health needs of transgender and gender diverse people in NSW
Respond to the health needs of intersex people in NSW
Capturing data on sexuality, gender and intersex variations at the point-of-care and population level
The Strategy has been built on the voices, experiences, and insights of over 1,600 LGBTIQ+ people across the State and more than 750 NSW Health staff.

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Our favourite go-to Celebrant is

Nina Angelo OAM


An incredible vibrant gay artist and community leader. 

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