SurvivorsUK is leaving WhatsApp

We have had to take the very difficult decision to stop using WhatsApp (the internet-based mobile messaging platform) for service delivery from 30th April 2021, before new terms in WhatsApp’s privacy policy come into effect.

Living with trauma at a time of trauma: Covid-19 one year on

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 […]

The power in acknowledging the distinction of experience

February 1 – 8 is the sexual abuse and sexual violence awareness week. To mark the week, we will post a series of blogs exploring what it means to be a survivor when you’re a man, and how we can all work to better support survivors.

Why telling survivors to ‘man up’ doesn’t help

February 1 – 8 is the sexual abuse and sexual violence awareness week. To mark the week, we will post a series of blogs exploring what it means to be a survivor when you’re a man, and how we can all work to better support survivors.

Finding solace in books

February 1 – 8 is the sexual abuse and sexual violence awareness week. To mark the week, we will post a series of blogs exploring what it means to be a survivor when you’re a man, and how we can all work to better support survivors.

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