Psychosocial counseling


Project “Treffpunkt”: Psychosocial counselling

We are either Black LGBTIQ, Indigenous LGBTIQ or LGBTIQ of Color who are affected by intersecting forms of discrimination. Through our psychosocial counselling services, we try to support and empower people who experience different kinds of discrimination. Our counselling is anonymous, confidential and with solidarity. We work with an approach based on support at eye level, as well as finding ways to support you in supporting yourself. We offer a space where people can feel heard, understood and empowered.

Who are we here for?

LGBTIQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual/Pansexual, Trans, Inter, Queer) people affected by racism

Migrants and/or refugee LGBTIQ people of Berlin.

People who experience multiple discrimination (Queer and/or Transphobia, racism, ableism, sexism, religious discrimination, classism, or ageism)

Family members and friends of Black, Indigenous or of Color LGBTIQ

Specialists, and field experts (e.g. in education, health, anti-discrimination, social work)

If necessary, we will put you in touch with non-German-speaking or multilingual doctors, therapists and lawyers. We accompany clients to their appointments, where we can.

Topics of Counselling

Anti-discrimination, anti-violence

Asylum, migration

Trans* and inter* Counselling

Coming out, family, religion




If you have any questions about the above topics, please send us an email. Other topics can also be dealt with within the counselling.

​Counselling can be held in different languages. Our team currently offers the following languages:

German, Turkish, Farsi, Sorani (Kurdish) and English.

If required, we can also offer German sign language translators.

Opening Hours

  • every Tuesday: 1 pm – 4 pm
  • every Thursday: 1 pm – 4 pm

Every Tuesday and Thursday between 13pm and  4pm or outside these hours with an appointment

To arrange a psychosocial counselling appointment:

Tel: 030 – 587 684 9300