Children and Young people
Spot the signs of abuse
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Please circle/highlight any of the following offered by Alumah which you are you interested in:
Female: self-worth, identity, skills-building group
Male: self-worth, identity, skills-building group
Online self-esteem course for anyone
Group for female victims of domestic violence to help them gain understanding of the abuse they have experienced
Provide a safe, supportive, non-judgmental and inclusive environment, enabling individuals the opportunity to gain a positive perspective and response to domestic abuse and intimate partner violence issues
Creative Group – to unwind and relax
This is 1:1 support, providing a confidential, secure space to explore and process your thoughts, emotions, experiences and to gain coping techniques. Please see the privacy statement below for more info regarding the confidentiality of counselling.
A one-off morning or afternoon workshop about grooming. However, this can lead to a short course of more in-depth about how grooming works. Videos, worksheets, and discussion. This is great for year 6 upwards as this is when the perpetrators will look for victims. Phoebe’s Room is a good insight for parents of children too.
Please skip this section if you're not interested in counselling.
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