welcome to better pride
If you're here, you’re seeking something better. Whether it’s in your relationship, coming out to others, changing your family situation or strengthening your mental health and wellbeing, Better Pride can help.
Who are we here for?
- Families (biological, social and chosen) – either together or separated/separating
- Couples (together or separating or reconciling)
- Young People (including children from ages 5>)
- Elder/Senior people (individuals, couples, families – biological and chosen)
Better Pride LGBTIQ+ services
- Mediation, including Separation/Parenting/Care Agreements/Property/Finance
- Donor Planning
- Counselling & psychological mental health support
- Personal relationships
- Intimate relationships / partnerships
- Family relationships (both biological and chosen)
We can help with
- Life changes and challenges
- Anxiety and depression
- Estrangement from loved ones
- Trauma from past violence - intimate partner, family, intercommunity violence and lateral violence.
Better ways to separate- our mediation alternatives
Better Pride Practitioners understand Family Law and work alongside the legal system to provide a less stressful and more cost effective way to navigate these already difficult times.
The Better Pride service is provided by Accredited Family Dispute Resolution practitioners experienced in separation and family law issues. They can support you with:
- Parenting plans and arrangements
- Post separation parenting decisions, including supporting rainbow children
- Mediating agreements about finances and property
- Decisions involving guild families/Co parents/ carers
- Grandparent arrangements
- Arrangements for pets
Better Pride also offers other forms of mediation, such as:
- Parent and adolescent mediation
- Donor planning
- Guild families/Co parents/ carers
Better Support for counselling and mental health
We can provide a range of therapeutic supports for couples, individuals, older people, families, children and young people.
Our Practitioners include case workers, social workers, family dispute resolution practitioners, counsellors and psychologists.