Counselling for Male Victims of Domestic Abuse
The number of men seeking help as a result of being part of abusive relationship is growing.
Abuse can take several forms emotional, sexual, physical or financial. It is something that affects people of all genders, sexualities, age and cultures.
I only work with people who are being abused in some way. I do not work with abusers.
For two years I was the helpline volunteer for AMIS (Abused Men In Scotland). I am currently discussing working with them again.. http://www.amis.org.uk/
I provided voluntary counselling for several years at Safe Space in Dunfermline for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. http://www.safe-space.co.uk/
The number of people seeking help as a result of being part of abusive relationship is growing.
Abuse has both an emotional and physical impact on your life. These can include but are not limited to
Talking to a counsellor can give you the opportunity and support to talk about these issues to someone outside of your normal day to day life. It gives you the opportunity to express your feelings in a supportive and safe environment. Counselling can support you to make the changes that may be necessary for you to lead more of the life that you want.
Telephone Number 07939 365543