Resolve Your Domestic Violence/Abuse or Stalking
You can have a positive future by overcoming your past
We have been working with people who have experienced or witnessed Domestic Violence/Abuse or being stalked since September 2007. If you have suffered domestic violence or have been stalked – either as a child, in adult life or both, we can help you to overcome this. In July 2019 a new Domestic Abuse Bill was presented to Parliament with a range of proposals including Councils have a duty of care to provide secure homes for those fleeing violence and expanding the definition of Domestic Violence/Abuse to include emotional, economic and sexual abuse. Let us help you recover from and overcome your abuse.
Your therapy is completely confidential and you are guaranteed professional, experienced and trusted help. You can come to terms with and process your experience and stop it having a negative effect on the rest of your life. Let us help you contact us now to discuss this further.
1-in-4 women will experience domestic violence in their life and 1,300 calls of domestic violence are made to the police every day, Tonight Program, 09/02/09.
Domestic violence can affect anyone. It usually occurs between two people who are currently in a relationship or have been in a relationship in the past. It is usually men being abusive to women, and sometimes other family members can be involved. But men do experience domestic violence/abuse from their partners and it also happens in same sex relationships. Because men or same sex couples are less likely to report domestic violence, there is little data on this. Domestic violence can include physical, sexual, emotional and financial abuse.
Domestic violence is a hidden crime, victims may feel:
- Fearful of their partner and be too scared to try to leave,
- Love for their partner and may not want them to be criticized or punished,
- Powerless or lacking in confidence,
- Ashamed of the situation and may not want family or friends to know,
- Guilty that they are to blame to some extent,
- Tired, depressed and emotionally or financially dependent on the abuser,
- Unable to show your children all the attention or care you would like to give them.
Children who have witnessed or experienced domestic violence are often:
- Afraid, anxious and/or depressed,
- Withdrawn, guilty and/or insecure,
- Angry, alone and/or frightened,
- Lacking confidence,
- Suffering from health and/or sleeping problems,
- Struggling at school,
- Ashamed to bring friends home,
- Physically hurt or abused.
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