Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence


Domestic violence, also called domestic abuse, includes physical, emotional, financial and/or sexual abuse in couple relationships, carers, or between family members.

Domestic violence and abuse can happen to men or women.

Abuse by a partner is the most common form but by no means the only one. Abuse by family members or former partners, including stalking, make up a large number of cases.

We believe that all survivors of domestic abuse should be able to get the support they need to move on from the impact of the abuse they have suffered. We don’t just help people who’ve experienced domestic violence and abuse — we’re here to support both men and women who are currently suffering from abuse and want to change their lives!

If you feel that you need help, then contact us today. We have a long track record for helping those who want to escape and overcome violence and abuse.


Call 000 for Police and Ambulance help if you are in immediate danger!


Online Therapy

Online Therapy


Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, we are offering online therapy with great results!

Wherever you are, you now can interact with us from your computer.

If you are thinking of engaging with us via your computer, please download ZOOM here.

Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio interaction.



We offer individual Coaching for people with disabilities and mental challenges.

Our interventions focus on getting results fast!

The challenge may include autism, relaxation, self-knowledge, problem solving, depression, anxiety, career choice, communication skills, confidence / self-esteem, presentation / appearance, self-harm, relationships, for example.

When the child is under the care of a parent/carer, we focus on involving the parent/caregiver and family members.

In some instances, we may recommend group coaching for the family unit.

To establish if you are a good fit for coaching, please contact us.