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The Liberty Programme meets the needs of women who have suffered intensive domestic abuse (DA). It is a closed  12 to 24 week rolling programme, which consists of therapeutic group support alongside activity based learning with a focus on re-building healthy relationships. It is led by two qualified facilitators who have been delivering our domestic abuse programmes for several years. They are qualified in counselling skills and Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) qualifications and have undertaken extensive training in Domestic Abuse.

Domestic abuse (DA) includes physical, emotional, mental and financial abuse. 

The programme covers:

  • The effects of DA
  • Relationship
  • Self Esteem
  • Personal Safety
  • Fear
  • Moving On
  • Guilt
  • Children & DA
For a Liberty group leaflet please click here

Aims of the group
-To support women  who have/ are experiencing domestic abuse
-To understand the impact of domestic abuse on them and their children
-To help women to develop understanding and skills to make changes, to protect themselves and their children from further abuse
-To enable women to move forward positively

Please call us if you have any questions-01234 341977


Sunbeams (Therapeutic Children's Group)


Confidentiality and  Safeguarding Children

We respect the confidentiality of clients attending the Liberty group and workshops.  However, we work in partnership with other professionals by contributing written reports to core meetings or conferences and communicating concerns about children's safety.  This will always be discussed with the family in line with Safeguarding Children's principles.  As you will appreciate, this topic is highly sensitive where personal safety is paramount.




 

Domestic Abuse  (help and advice)

National Domestic Abuse 24 hour free Helpline: 0808 2000 247

In case of an Emergency dial 999

Rape crisis Free Phone Helpline:
0808 802 9999

Victim Support Helpline:
0845 3030 900