The LGBTQIA+ Mental Health App

Discover self-guided therapy programmes designed by leading LGBTQIA+ psychotherapists.

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We know how it is 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's programmes are derived from the gold standards in psychotherapy, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).

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Step towards self-acceptance today.

No matter your gender, sexuality or relationship-diversity, Voda offers queer folks evidence-backed tools to move towards better, thriving and fulfilled lives.

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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

Your Queer Mental Companion

Learn self-care, cultivate gratitude, manage stress & anxiety, and learn to manage queer-specific issues like coming out, internalised shame and gender dysphoria.

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Guided Therapy

Build self-awareness with evidence-backed therapies such as CBT, ACT and DBT.

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Personalised Advice

Get recommended a pre-vetted therapeutic exercise, for your unique situation, everyday.

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LGBTQIA+ Meditations

Elevate your mindfulness practice with queer-led meditations voiced by LGBTQIA+ artists.

The mental health app designed by leading LGBTQIA+ psychotherapists.

Together with leading experts and accreddited psychotherapists, we're creating mental wellbeing support that is more accessible, inclusive and intersectional.

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Early reviews

We're building Voda from the ground up, together with the LGBTQ+ 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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