Children and Young People’s Support

Support for children and young people who have witnessed domestic abuse.

Support for children and young people who have witnessed domestic abuse.

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.

I like to show them that there is a future outside of what they’ve experienced. We show them they can have fun, try new things and see there’s something different and more positive ahead of them.
Hollie, Youth Worker
What kind of support do you offer?

We offer counselling services for young people who would benefit from talking one-to-one to a trained professional.

We also offer youth groups for young people to work through their trauma while engaging in activities with others who have had similar experiences.

You can find out more information about both services below.

Young people aged 5-14, who have a parent or sibling on one our behaviour change programmes. 

Yes. Some young people have counselling and join our youth group, others just attend one or the other. We can be flexible and will do whatever feels best for the young person. 

Yes. Please contact us to make arrangements for your child to join us.

Yes. We offer various programmes to children and young people to help them have healthy relationships with others, learn more here.

Make an appointment

If you think these services would help a child or young person you know, you can request an appointment for them today

Register for an appointment

Can we help?

If you, your partner, or ex-partner is on one of our programmes, your child can start counselling or join our youth groups at any time.

Contact us

Schools Counselling

Accessible and discrete counselling at a young person's place of education.