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“Suffering has a direct and powerful effect in helping the soul to ascend and to become free” Roberto Assagioli


I work only with adults, so if you are concerned that a child may be suffering from abuse, please visit for advice.


Are you worried that you may be experiencing or have experienced abuse? You may not be 100% sure that it is or was abuse, it just feels wrong. 

Are you feeling

  •  angry, anxious, sad a lot of the time?

  • do you have very low self-esteem?

  • do you struggle with mental health problems such as depression, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), self harm, suicidal thoughts?

  • do you have/had problems with drugs, alcohol, gambling, destructive behaviour?

  • are you experiencing disturbing thoughts, emotions and memories that cause distress or confusion?

  • is your physical health poor?

  • do you struggle with parenting or relationships?

  • are you worried that your abuser is still a threat to themselves or others?

  • do you have difficulties in communicating?

  • have you been in trouble with the law?


It's important to remember that if someone has been abused as a child, it is more likely that they will suffer abuse again. This is known as revictimisation.

Ultimately, abuse enables the abuser to feel powerful. Don't allow yourself to become a victim. No-one deserves to be made to feel powerless and worthless. Therapy can help you to re-find your inner strength, create greater self-esteem and self-compassion.

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