This service is a group program that supports women who are or have been subjected to family violence and/or abuse.
The program consists of nine two-hour sessions held at a safe venue, where you can share and talk openly about yourself, your relationships, and your family.
The program provides information about domestic violence but also encourages participating women to support each other emotionally and practically within the group environment.
Each session focuses on a different topic.
Discussing strategies to manage your stress
Life after an abusive relationship, the possibility of new and nourishing relationships
Exploring self-talk: You are worthy. You are valued.
What is Domestic Violence?
Understanding the many different behaviour’s which are identified as ‘Family and Domestic Violence’
Dynamics of Emotional Abuse
Domestic violence is not only about physical violence
Looking at the helpful and unhelpful ways anger can be expressed
Understanding the impact of Family and Domestic Violence on children and how we can help them come through it
Exploring Legal Issues and Rights
Explaining the legal system, your rights and where you can go for help
Please note: the program runs during the school term and is not delivered during the school holidays.
The program will be open to new members only in the first three weeks to allow the group to develop and move forward together.
Geoffrey Sambell Centre, 23 Adelaide Tce, East Perth 6004