Support for men to address unhealthy behaviours in relationships
Behaviour Change Services Now Available in Cheshire West
TLC has launched a new behaviour change programme in cooperation with Cheshire West and Chester Council.
TLC has launched a new behaviour change programme in cooperation with Cheshire West and Chester Council for people that live within the borough.
In our continuing efforts to expand operations and help as many people as possible live lives free from domestic abuse, we now run Aspiring to Change, a programme aimed at helping men who harm understand their behaviours — and motivating them to change.
We’re proud of our successes with the Respect-accredited Bridging to Change programme and the amount of people we’ve helped transition away from unhealthy behaviours.
Aspiring to Change builds on achievements we’ve made with Bridging to Change, provides a non-judgemental space for men to explore why they choose to use harm, and provides men with the skills they need to maintain safe, healthy and happy relationships going forward.
“We’re really pleased to be able to expand the work TLC delivers into Cheshire, and we’re looking forward to building relationships with a whole range of partners to strengthen the work we deliver for people who harm.”
– Michelle Hill, CEO
We always aim to ensure the safety of those who have been harmed in relationships, and we believe the best way of working towards reconciliation and preventing future harm is by addressing the behaviours and motivations of those who cause it.
Aspiring to Change is available to all men in Cheshire West and Chester that have been in heterosexual relationships. The programme can be accessed via referral by Cheshire West and Chester Council.
Anyone worried about their behaviour and considering self-appointment can check information about our other behaviour change programmes below.
Individual support for men who may not identify as heterosexual
Supporting women to address unsafe and unhealthy behaviours in intimate relationships