We provide a variety of group work sessions for women these include the Freedom Programme as well as our Peer Support Groups.
The Freedom Programme is a programme, that examines the roles played by attitudes and beliefs on the actions of abusive men and the responses of survivors. The aim is to help you to make sense of and understand what has happened, instead of the whole experience just feeling like a horrible mess. It takes places once a week for two hours a week, over seven weeks.
Our Peer Support Groups given women who have accessed our services and have received one to one support an opportunity to meet with other women who have had similar experience, this can be an opportunity to have a coffee and a chat or undertake some creative activities but all are designed to help build confidence and reduce isolation.
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