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Help for Women

Trigger Warning:

Content on this page contains graphic themes of sexual violence in images, text and videos which may cause distress to you.

Have you been raped or sexually abused?

  • Do you need help with what to do next?
  • Do you want some more information, advice or guidance?
  • Do you want to have counselling to help you with your feelings and emotions after your rape or sexual abuse?

If you, or anyone you know, have been affected by any of these issues please contact us. We are here to help, don’t suffer alone!

Talking to one of our counsellors or specialist support team members

Gaining the courage to talk may seem challenging, if not frightening, but our staff will help you understand that seeking help from a trained professional is not as scary or difficult as you may have thought.

We will be guided by you, on how much you want to discuss, how fast you want to share, we will go at your pace. You may not wish to talk about the rape or sexual abuse straight away. We offer ongoing therapy to build a strong patient and counsellor relationship and create a safe environment for you to talk.

Our services will also include contact by telephone, text, email, dependant on what you wish and how safe you feel.

Independent Sexual Violence Advisor & Crisis Advocacy Service

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Specialist Counselling for Rape & Sexual Abuse Trauma

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A selection of videos for your information

There are many different online resources to find out more information on sexual violence.

We have selected a variety of videos that you may want to watch in order to gain a better understanding of sexual abuse.

These videos are suitable for those aged 18 years and above, to provide the appropriate information for you.

They highlight different forms of sexual abuse and raise awareness of danger signs whilst also providing information on the different support services out there.

If you have been sexually assaulted, whether as an adult or a young person, it is important to remember that it wasn’t your fault. Sexual violence is a crime, no matter who commits it or where it happens. Don’t be afraid to get help.

Consent is very important when it comes to sexual violence, here is an easy way to remember the main aspects of consent.

Emotional abuse and coercive control can be just as damaging, if not more, than physical abuse.

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