COURSES AND COUNSELLING

FREEDOM PROGRAMME - MY CONFIDENCE - COUNSELLING

FREEDOM PROGRAMME COURSES

The aim of Freedom Programme is to help you as a survivor, make sense and piece together what has happened to you, instead of the experience feeling a complete disaster.  

 

The course is about educating you on the behaviours of perpetrators and the signs to look out for when you enter a new relationship.  

 

This course is carried out over 10 weeks in a group setting.  

MY CONFIDENCE COURSES

My Confidence gives you tools and techniques on your journey of recovery to help you re-build your confidence and to grow self-acceptance to enable you to move on and live a richer and more meaningful life.  

 

This course is carried out over 8 weeks in a group setting.

"I have realised that I am not alone.  Also actually of how low I had got but now I feel re-born and excited with life."

 

"New friendships, sense of belonging.  Realising my strengths.  How to say No to people and situations I'm not comfortable with."

COUNSELLING

Counselling within the Daisy Programme has been in place since 2016.  Our Programme Director reaslied that as clients come into the service they are individuals requiring different support mechanisms.  We also recognised that if a client is receiving our support via other interventions it made sense to provide counselling too.  This builds on our ethos of looking at the 'whole' person when working with the 3 stage model of recovery.  

 

What is counselling?

 

“To give advice to (a person) on social or personal problems, especially professionally.” and. “the process of assisting and guiding clients, especially by a trained person on a professional basis, to resolve especially personal, social, or psychological problems and difficulties.”

 

Currently we offer counselling to a smaller number of clients who require more focussed support.  We offer up to 18 sessions of counselling. 

01953 880903

Answerphone out of hours

help@daisyprogramme.org.uk

Registered charity number 1166033

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If you need to talk to someone outside of normal 'office' hours, please visit the National Domestic Violence Helpline website.

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