Abuse Counselling Services | Sexual Abuse Counselling

 

Helping survivors of sexual abuse

 

Helping you live a happier, healthier life

We have a network of professionals around New Zealand committed to helping with emotional trauma. With a focus on sexual abuse survivors, we also help military personnel, police and others involved in vicarious and direct stresses. We provide abuse counselling services around New Zealand through our network of skilled professionals.

15 years ago we started out specialising in helping people suffering from chronic pain. Since then we have diversified into assisting people with a range of emotional issues. Today, we have a network of over 100 professionals working with us who have a wide variety of skills and expertise for assisting recovery from emotional trauma and sexual abuse.

As a result we not only work with sexual abuse survivors but also military personnel, police and others involved in vicarious and direct stresses, including refugee and torture survivors.

Have you been sexually abused?

If you have been sexually abused and want to take the next step to talk with someone who will listen and help you rediscover hope, we can help.

For many people who have suffered some form of sexual abuse there are long lasting effects in the survivor’s life. Our clients tell us stories of how they have struggled to cope with fear in their everyday life. They mention that they can feel anxious in all kinds of social situations and have difficulty in their intimate relationships. Sometimes people tell us that they can’t feel close to anyone, can’t trust others and feel uncertainty about the world around them.

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Our Clinicians

We now have a nationwide network of over 100 skilled clinicians from a range of different professions including counsellors, psychotherapists, social workers, psychologists and psychiatrists.

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Want to join our network?

Are you a counsellor, psychotherapist, social worker or psychologist with experience in working with trauma survivors and practice in New Zealand? Read more about joining our network.

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