The LGBTQIA+ Mental Wellness App

Guided therapy programmes designed by leading LGBTQIA+ psychotherapists

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We know how it is like to be different – and queer.

Anyone can face mental health challenges. But being LGBTQIA+ brings with it unique challenges, which means that traditional forms of mental wellbeing are often less relevant to us.

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An evidence-based approach to mental wellbeing.

Voda provides app-based mindfulness and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) programs, which is one of the most effective, evidence-backed treatments for anxiety, stress and other mental health issues.

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Step towards self-acceptance today.

The Voda approach is rooted in the LGBTQIA+ lived experience, our self-guided therapy programmes help you cope with the challenges of living in a heteronormative and cisnormative society.

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Designed by and for
the LGBTQIA+ community.

We're building Voda from the ground up to help our members improve their mental, emotional, social and psychological state of mind.

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Guided meditation for your self-care.

Sleep better, and reduce your stress and anxiety with our mindfulness exercises. Specially crafted mindfulness programs for the LGBTQIA+ community.

Topics include:
• Calming Anxiety
• Reducing Stress
• Forgiving Others
• Comparing Myself With Others
• Mindfulness in Relationships
• Jealousy in Relationships
• Breaking Habits: Chemsex
• Breaking Habits: Alcohol Abuse
• Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Disability

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CBT exercises for your personal growth.

Train your mind, improve your mental well-being, and mindfully cultivate more joy in your life. Our guided CBT therapy sessions and CBT journalling sessions are designed for common issues faced in the LGBTQIA+ community.

Topics include:
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• Accepting My Body
• Difficult Experiences in Coming Out
• Overcoming Rejection
• Processing Trauma: Discrimination
• Confidence As a Gay Man
• Confidence As Trans
• Overcoming Internalised Homophobia
• Overcoming Internalised Biphobia
• Overcoming Internalised Transphobia

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Developed with leading
LGBTQIA+ psychotherapists.

Voda's proprietary digital programs are designed with our team of 7 BACP-accredited psychotherapist partners, who identify across the spectrum of sexuality, gender and ethnicity. They bring a combined professional experience of 58 years to Voda.

Early reviews

We're building Voda from the ground up, together with our community.

“Voda has helped me better understand and accept my sexual identity at a time when I was very confused.”
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Sarah S.
“Doing the therapy programs has helped me understand my negative thought patterns and how it influences my relationships.”
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Lucas Z.
“Practicing mindfulness made me more present in my relationships and more in tune with my emotions.”
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Zen P.
“The gay community can be very toxic on your self-esteem. Voda has helped me practise self-love and gratitude on a daily basis.”
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Jacob T.
"Voda came in when I was in a very low place. I don't feel as comfortable with a therapist, but with this app I can be honest without fear of any judgement."
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Kayla M.

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