LGBTIQ+ Specialist Services
**COVID-19 update: Limited face-to-face appointments available. Individual and group support services are available via phone or online.**
Working It Out is Tasmania's only specialist service for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and questioning (LGBTIQ+) Tasmanians, their families, friends and service providers. Working It Out provides education and training, free and confidential counselling, individual & group support for people negotiating their sexuality, gender identity or intersex status.
Who this service is for
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and questioning (LGBTIQ+) Tasmanians, their families, friends and service providers.
Support services are free.
Workplace training is fee for service in most cases.
School support is free for staff, students and families.
Weekdays - 9am-4:30pm (or by prior arrangement)
Hobart's office has limited off street parking and level access at the rear, and a disabled access toilet.
Launceston's office is accessible via a lift.
How this service is delivered
Visit our offices to access this service, but it's always best to call or email to make an appointment for one-to-one support.
Most groups are held monthly, with some being fortnightly. Again, call or email to confirm when the next groups are being held.
Call or visit us online
Please contact us for further information about phone or online appointments:
We'll come to you (outreach)
If you're unable to come to one of our offices, we can visit make visits around Hobart, and in the North and North West. Contact us to make arrangements.
Working It Out
More programs from Working It Out
Working it Out Together
This project is about allowing LGBTIQ+ Tasmanians to come together and help each other during this pandemic.
LGBTIQ+ Support Groups
**COVID-19 update: individual and group support services are still available via phone or online.**
Working It Out offers a range of support groups for LGBTIQ+ (and questioning) young people, parents of LGBTIQ+ children (of any age), partners of transgender people, and a drop-in session for anyone wanting to connect or find community.