Pride Supervision

ACON’s Support Services are closed between 24 December 2022 to 8 January 2023. If you complete the form below during this period, our intake officer will aim to contact you contact you from 9 January 2023 onwards.

If you need immediate support or information, please see the following services and resources:

  • Emergency assistance: (triple zero) 000
  • Lifeline (24/7 support): 13 11 14
  • QLife (3pm to midnight, anonymous and free peer LGBTI peer support and referral): 1800 184 527
  • Suicide Call Back Service (24/7 phone and online counselling): 1300 659 467
  • NSW Mental Health Access Line (24/7 support to access mental health services): 1800 011 511
  • Kids Helpline: 1800 043 470
  • Rainbow Sexual, Domestic & Family Violence Service Help Line: 1800 385 578
  • 1800RESPECT – 1800 737732 – if you are experiencing violence
  • Alcohol and Drug Information Service: 1800 250 015
  • TransHub – www.transhub.org.au
  • Pivot Point – www.pivotpoint.org.au
  • Ask Izzy – a website that connects people in need with housing, a meal, money help, family violence support, counselling and much more.

ACON is passionate about ensuring LGBTQ+ communities are able to access a wide variety of affirming health services, which really understand their needs.

We want our communities to feel confident that the professionals they choose to work with are skilled, knowledgeable and equipped with the latest research and resources. We also understand that high quality clinical supervision can be transformational for both clinicians and clients, and a pathway to improved practice and better outcomes. That is why we have launched Pride Supervision, a new offering delivered by a team of highly skilled Psychologists and Accredited Mental Health Social Workers with specialist additional training in supervision and practice-based education.

We are experts in LGBTQ+ health and wellbeing and are keen to share this expertise with colleagues who are equally passionate about providing outstanding, affirming and accessible services to sexuality and gender diverse communities.

Clinical supervision can be provided flexibly as a specialist adjunct to your current supervision arrangements, or we can work with you as primary supervisors.

All income generated through Pride Supervision is reinvested into ACON’s funded counselling programs to ensure we can continue to provide free and low-cost services to those who need them.

To have an initial consultation with a supervisor, visit our profiles here and then make an online enquiry here.