Important Note - Waitlist Closed
Inclusive Pathways Program (Psychology) is currently experiencing unprecedented demand and our waitlist is now closed.
If you would like to access our service, please complete an online submission via the forms below - we can then let you know when the waitlist is open again.
We sincerely thank you for your patience during this time of high demand.
You can also email us at [email protected]
Inclusive Pathways (Psychology) is funded by the Capital Health Network (CHN) to provide free psychological therapies and social and emotional wellbeing support to LGBTIQA+ people.
Inclusive Pathways provides quality, accessible and culturally safe mental health support for people of diverse sexualities and genders, people with variations in sex characteristics and people exploring or uncertain of their gender identity, expression or sexuality.
Inclusive Pathways uses a dynamic, strengths-based, person-centred and affirming model of care. The Inclusive Pathways team includes Psychologists and Social Workers experienced in working with LGBTIQA+ communities and ensuring individuals get the right care and support at the right time.
Inclusive Pathways is available to people who are:
- Over 16 years of age
- Identify as LGBTIQA+ or questioning/exploring identity
- Have a Mental Health Treatment Plan
- Live/Work/Study in the ACT
Segments of Care
Due to unprecedented demand and a growing waitlist, Meridian Wellbeing Services has moved to a Segment of Care service model to ensure more clients have the opportunity to access support.
What this means is that your Counselling, Psychology or Social Work support will be focused on your individual wellness goals within a maximum of 6 sessions.
Our Intake Officer will discuss this with you, as will your clinician when planning the best care for you. Once an individual’s Segment of Care comes to a close, they can request to be put back on the waitlist for future Segments of Care as they become available.
Meridian Wellbeing Services is not a crisis service.
If you, or someone you know is in crisis please call the numbers below: