If you have a problem with domestic violence, sexual abuse, assault, bullying, racism, sexism, classism or trauma of any kind, I have listed some useful contact points for you below:
Violence and abuse are unfortunately very common.
If you are looking for assistance, please do go along and talk to someone!
This is the only real way to solve this problem.
Your local GP will also be able to help you.
Homeopaths operate under the same strict guidelines as all NHS staff in this area.
Here are some useful links:
- The National Council for One Parent Families
- The Samaritans
- The National Child Protection Helpine NSPCC
- Careline confidential counselling for children
- Refuge 24 hour National Crisis Line
- Shelterline emergency access to refuge
- Women’s Aid National Domestic Violence Helpline
- Men’s Advice Line for men experiencing domestic violence
- Victim Support
- Police 999
- Highbury Counselling Centre Free short term counselling with students under supervision
- MIND Free sessions for City and Hackney residents at 10 Tudor Road, London E9
- Westminster Pastoral Foundation Sliding fee scale for individual counselling and therapy + drop in service for young people
- The Open Centre is a marvellous place for awareness workshops, therapy and counselling. Check it out for yourselves!
- Offcentre Hackney offers counselling for young people up to age 25
- The Spectrum Clinic of Therapy London N4
- The Black Lawyers Directory
- FAIR concerned about cults?
- The FWA Family Welfare Association
- Action on Elder Abuse
- Parents Against Drug Abuse
- Understanding slavery
INTERESTING ARTICLES ABOUT TRAUMA
- Scientific American Volume 286 number 3 Scars That Won’t Heal: The Neurobiology of Child Abuse by Martin H Teicher
- The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study
- Relationship of Childhood Abuse and Household Dysfunction to Many of the Leading Causes of Death in Adults