Recovery and Resilience

 

 

Our Recovery and Resilience team provides a range of group work programmes, including:

  • Therapeutic Recovery Group – a 6-week programme for those who have experienced trauma, physical violence, and psychological abuse, that aims to improve your overall emotional, physical health and wellbeing by using positive affirmations to challenge any negative self-perceptions you may have, and move towards more positive self-care
  • Life Coaching – helping you create goals, set targets and build self-esteem, confidence and coping mechanisms through a fully trained facilitator
  • Coffee and Craft – where we use creative arts therapy to help reduce feelings of isolation and improve your overall wellbeing.

Our aim with this programme is to promote a culture of change to prevent and reduce repeat victimisation, to improve mental wellbeing, to increase education and employment opportunities and to ensure community integration.

Our Recovery and Resilience team adopts an evidence-based and trauma-informed approach to recovery from domestic abuse and sexual violence for all family members. The key elements to supporting successful recovery and providing practical help include:

  • Attending to safety
  • Early intervention and prevention
  • Understanding the impact of abuse
  • Recognising personal strengths
  • Building up of new and personal support networks

Get in touch

Call for help now

0808 2800 999

Open Monday - Friday, 9.30am - 4:30pm (closed for half an hour lunch at 1pm)
Our One Front Door helpline is completely free and confidential, and the call will not show up on itemised bills.

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