Volunteers' Week: Meg's Story

Publish Date: 03/06/2013

Meg's Story

Meg is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the Open University and a face-to-face counsellor at the LGF.

Meg enjoys working with couples and using her relationship therapy expertise in an LGBTQ context. Her activism focuses on the less visible sexuality communities, such as non-monogamous, BDSM, and bisexual communities.

She has also been working with LGF staff on the implications of The Bisexuality Report, which she co-authored with other activists and academics. It is well known that LGBTQ people are at a higher risk of mental health problems than heterosexual people, but the report also highlighted the fact that bisexual people are more at risk than lesbian and gay people due to biphobia and bisexual invisibility.

Download The Bisexuality Report at http://www.biuk.org/

Face to face counselling is free at the LGF for our volunteers.  For counselling information, call 0845 3 30 30 30 or email counselling@lgf.org.uk; or click here. 

For more information on Volunteering at The LGF visit www.lgf.org.uk/volunteer.