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Worried about your own behaviour?

There are two sides to domestic abuse, so if you’re concerned about your own behaviour in a relationship, don’t worry, as we also offer help for abusers who want to make a change for the better.

If you no longer want to be responsible for hurting your loved ones, our early intervention programme can help you to stop – and the sooner we step in to help, the more effectively we can keep you and your family safe and healthy.

Help for abusers

We work with men and women who recognise that they have been, or could be, abusive towards a family member – if anyone in your family is afraid of you, then it’s time for you to change.

Couples’ counselling and mediation are not appropriate for families living with domestic abuse – you need specially developed support provided by professionals who can help you to understand and improve your behaviour.

Our programmes are designed to be tailored to each individual’s circumstances and need. While we mostly work with groups of people who want to change, we can also work with individuals on a one-to-one basis.

If you’re ready to take the first step towards a positive change, you can access help quickly through Choices, our Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programme. You don’t need to wait for a professional to refer you, so please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0113 303 0150.

You can also try Respect for further help and support – contact them at www.respect.uk.net or on the Respect Helpline: 0808 8024040.

Are you hurting the one you love? Call us on 0113 303 0150

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