Friends and relatives can be supportive but may have their own worries or not have the time and ability to listen without becoming upset or too involved. Perhaps we can not always share problems with them.
It's at difficult times like this when it can be helpful to talk things over in confidence within a group setting where you can be offered time, guidance, understanding and support.
We all experience life in our own unique way, using information gathered by our senses. How we experience things ourselves can influence how we respond to different situations.
Taking Steps offers an unconditional, positive and non-judgemental environment for you to explore issues that are important to you.
Open to both men and women who have experienced domestic abuse, you will be supported and accepted for who you are.
You may not have been able to talk about your experiences before due to a number of factors - such as:
Incidents of domestic abuse can affect us for a long time. We would like you to come and join us and find a place and a way forward - it's about Taking Steps.
Taking Steps aims to look at ways of supporting your safety and personal issues, regarding domestic abuse.
The objectives are to create a safer environment for you and your family, to explore personal issues and the journey that has brought you here today.
Incidents of domestic abuse can effect us for a long time. We would like you to come and join us and find
a place and a way forward it's about Taking Steps...