Counselling support for young people.
Witnessing domestic abuse can have a profound yet sometimes invisible impact on children and young people.
We centre those who have been harmed in all the work we do. That’s why providing support for children linked to anyone on one of our behaviour change programmes is a key part of our services.
We work alongside children and young people to help them process what they’ve been through, make sense of their experiences, and learn how to build healthy relationships in the future.
How does it work?
We offer support to all children and young people whose parent, carer, sibling or partner is taking part in one of our behaviour change programmes.
Accessing this support is voluntary and at the discretion of the young person participating or their parent/guardian when appropriate.
Even if a young person declines to participate at first, our door is always open to allow them access to the support they need.