There’s no denying it, we are all more aware of mental health these days which, in my opinion, can only be a good thing.
When Covid-19 closed down the UK a year ago, it took me as a counsellor a while to adapt to a new way of working and living. It was only when the dust had settled that I began to realise what we were dealing with – a far-reaching and indiscriminate collective trauma. What was more […]
One of the therapy groups we run is a Dungeons and Dragons therapy group, where survivors come together to play the tabletop game and take a journey of healing together.
No-one is born a man. Much like everyone else, I was born a baby, grew into a child, and became an adult. We all go through a process of becoming, girl to woman, boy to man, formed by time and different experiences. Some of us just have a few extra steps.
EastEnders have worked with SurvivorsUK, a national charity which supports men, boys, and non-binary survivors of sexual violence, on a new storyline in which Mick Carter, played by Danny Dyer, realises that he was sexually abused as a child, by a woman.