Abuse blue1If you have suffered Abuse or damage, counselling can help you. Heal the hurtful feelings and recover.

Unfortunately some people experience violence or intimidation at the hands of another. Unwanted attention or manipulation is commonly called Abuse. It can be upsetting and make you feel awful.

If you’re having trouble coming to terms with abuse, you may need help to recover, work through your feelings and regain your self-esteem and confidence.

Abuse

Abuse is the deliberate act of frightening or manipulating another person. It can be emotional, financial, physical, sexual or verbal, is always unpleasant and can cause much distress. In worst cases, it can lead to life-threatening physical injury.

Abuse occurs in and by all sections of the community, among all age groups and genders, in homes, schools, workplaces, clubs, institutions and more.

Some common forms of abuse are:

  • Child abuse
  • Elder abuse
  • Partner abuse
  • Cyber bullying
  • Workplace bullying

Abuse in the home between partners or parents and children is sometimes called domestic violence.

Meeting with a sympathetic counsellor can help. It gives you the opportunity to tell your story. We will listen to you and take your concerns seriously. You will learn some ways to heal the hurtful feelings.

Sadly, we cannot change the past. What has happened cannot be undone. But what we can change is the way we see it and the effect it has on us.

Talking out fears and problems lightens the load and gives hope for the future. It helps you to see things in perspective and move forward.

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