Aging Forward: For Les, Bi & Queer Women 40 Years & Older

Aging can bring unique challenges and disparities, especially within the LGBTQ+ community.

Join us in our upcoming peer support group for lesbian, bi, and queer women (LBQW) aged 40 and above, as we navigate life’s complexities in a safe space. Facilitated by mental health professionals Eileena and Nicole, our 5 sessions promise insightful discussions, shared experiences, and strategies for promoting psychological well-being in the Singapore context.

📆 First Session: 27 April 2024 (Sat)
🕰️ Time: 3 – 5.30pm
📍 Venue: Pelangi Pride Centre
👥 Facilitators: Eileena Lee and Nicole Tang (M. Counselling)

Register now for free at Limited slots available.

Details about facilitators:
Eileena Lee (M. Counselling) is the co-founder of Pelangi Pride Centre, and has served the LGBTQ+ community in Singapore for over two decades. She has the empathy to connect with individuals from different age groups, cultures and backgrounds. As a sexual minority, Eileena provides gender-informed, trauma-informed and LGBTQ-affirmative counselling services from a person-centered perspective.

Nicole Tang (M. Counselling) is a dedicated and LGBT-affirming professional committed to supporting the wellbeing and empowerment of a diverse local and international population. Nicole’s unyielding curiosity prompted her delving into existential, philosophical and psychological domains, whilst engaging in a journey of pursuing natural healing modalities, including Bach Flower Remedies, Reiki and Bodytalk. Nicole journeys with her clients to develop the courage to align themselves with their authentic selves whilst looking beyond societal labels.

∙ This is a free programme with a total of 5 sessions.
∙ Registration is required for participation.
∙ Session 1 on 27 April is a prerequisite for attending the remaining sessions:
Session 2 – 25 May, 3 – 5.30pm
Session 3 – 6 Jul, 3 – 5.30pm
Session 4 – 27 Jul, 3 – 5.30pm
Session 5 – 31 Aug, 3 – 5.30pm

∙ This is not a presentation, talk, or replacement for therapy.
∙ This is not for counsellors, social workers, or other mental health professionals.