LGBT+ Mental Health Research

 

 

The LGBT+ Mental Health research team at King’s College London are looking for sexual minority adults who have experiences of being referred to, or receiving NHS care for, mild to moderate psychological difficulties (e.g. depression, anxiety or stress). They also need to hear from people who were referred but did not receive any treatment, or who decided not to continue with treatment.

They want to know about your experiences of being referred and any treatment received. The aim of this research is to gain information to help improve the NHS care provided for LGBQ+ adults seeking help for psychological problems.

You have a choice about how to help with this research. You can take part in either:

  • An online survey – this will take up to 30 minutes.
  • An interview. This can be a face-to-face interview at King’s College London or a telephone interview. Participation will take between about 45 to 60 minutes and you will receive £20 cash to cover your travel expenses and compensate you for your time, or a £20 Amazon voucher for telephone interviews.

 

Visit tinyurl.com/LGBQmentalhealth for more information.

Please direct any questions to daniel@kingslgbtstudy.com

 

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