ABOUT SEXUAL ABUSE
Whether in the past or the present, sexual abuse is a traumatic experience that can lead to a variety of distressing thoughts and feelings and may result in PTSD.
One in four women and one in ten men will experience sexual abuse in their lifetime.
The trauma from sexual abuse can lead to strong feelings of shame and defectiveness, resulting in poor self-esteem, negative self-talk, low mood, numbness, self-harm and substance abuse.
Difficulties with trust and intimacy and loss of interest in and pleasure from sex are also common responses.
HOW WE HELP
The psychological approaches that we use to help clients with Sexual Abuse include:
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Let’s make a start. During your first sessions we’ll work through your challenges and needs.
This is not an exercise of putting you in a box and sticking a label on it but rather helping you feel safe and opening up opportunities for healing and growth.
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Once we have received your enquiry, we will be in contact to arrange a time to have brief telephone conversation in order to clarify any questions and assess if we are the right service for your needs.