Our Domestic ABUSE Services

Our Domestic Abuse services work with survivors and perpetrators in a range of services including peer support, domestic abuse assessments, and perpetrator programmes.

Our operating models include Survivor Programmes and Perpetrator Programmes.

Survivor Programmes

Our survivor support services explore experiences of domestic abuse through 1:1 and peer support sessions, allowing people using the service to gain more control over their lives.

Perpetrator Programmes

Our domestic abuse services are pioneers in working with perpetrators of abuse to change behaviours, develop healthier relationships with their partners and take responsibility for their actions.

Our aim is to get to the root of the problem by putting the focus back on the perpetrator of domestic abuse, thereby preventing future incidents and creating an environment where families are safe. We are one of the first in the UK to be fully accredited by Respect, the accreditation body for domestic violence perpetrator programmes in the UK.​​​​​​​

Young People’s Domestic Abuse

Our domestic abuse services also offer support to young people impacted by domestic abuse through Children’s Therapy, as well as supporting young people who use abusive behaviours towards their parents/carer or partners through YUVA (Young People Using Violence and Abuse).

Family Services

Our Family Services Teams offer a range of interventions aimed at those affected by domestic abuse including our Family Courts Team who offer expert domestic abuse assessments in the public and private family courts.​​​​​​​

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