Alex Feis-Bryce

A word from our new CEO: Alex Feis-Bryce

My name is Alex Feis-Bryce and I’m really proud and honoured to be the new CEO of SurvivorsUK. I’m also a survivor. I’ve experienced sexual violence twice, at very different stages of my life and in different circumstances. When I was raped as a first-year university student, barely an adult, I’d just moved to a […]

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Childhood/DID-abuse and healing

My name is Wolfgang. I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse starting at the age of 10, carrying on into teenage and adult years, and building on emotional neglect starting as a toddler. The abuse created a dissociative identity phenomenon which meant that a part of me – which always remained that 10-year-old – […]

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Making mindfulness work for me

  For me, yoga is an important part of self-care, so it’s no surprise that I have integrated mindfulness into my counselling practice.  When my yoga teacher told me about a series of trauma-informed yoga workshops being held over the summer, I signed up straight away – and I’m glad I did.  Not only did […]

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Breaking the silence

  Trigger warning: The following piece is about surviving sexual violence. If you think this will be disturbing for you, then you might choose not to read it. Or you might want to read it somewhere that you feel safe and comfortable. If you find that reading is getting unmanageable, STOP, do something calming, and […]

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Finding a way out

It’s fair to say that these days, as a society, we are much more aware of the very real risk of suicide. The statistics that men are three times more likely to die by suicide than women and that suicide is the biggest killer of men aged 20-49 show the stark reality that, for men […]

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