No one need tolerate abuse in a relationship. Learn to spot the signs. Contact me if you would like to read my article on Domestic Violence and Abuse to understand more about the issue and symptoms. Abuse in a relationship can destroy your self-confidence, impact your health and well-being and lead to you feeling isolated. If you can get to therapy, please do so as early on as you can – use the contact form in this website.
For specific books on emotional abuse, click this link. In particular books by Beverley Engels: “The Emotionally Abused Woman” and also The Emotionally Abusive Relationship: How to Stop Being Abused and How to Stop Abusing (General Self-Help) which both contain some practical information to help you understand your situation as you process how you would like to move forwards.
If circumstances have deteriorated and you are either frightened or need practical help and support more quickly, then check out these links:
If you are concerned about abuse but are not quite sure, check out this link for a quick questionnaire.
Sexual abuse – I have worked extensively with survivors of sexual abuse and have many effective tools to help you manage your feelings and concerns moving forwards to help you live a happier life away from the abuser. Check out my article on sexual abuse to help you decide.
More often associated with a violent assault by a stranger, yet often the attacker is someone the victim may know and trust such as a friend, partner or spouse.
Anyone who has been pressured to have sex without giving their consent has been raped. Find out more about the issue.
If you have experienced any of the above issues or live with someone who has and seeks counselling, then I can help you. Call me for a free telephone consultation or contact me using the links above.