Blog Article | 21 April 2017

Woman’s Trust 2017 workshops for women affected by abuse

UK SAYS NO MORE partner Woman’s Trust launch new set of self-development workshops

Woman’s Trust are a specialist agency who provide free, women-only, client-led services to women affected by domestic violence in locations across East and West London.

From April to June 2017, they are offering a new set of self-development workshops taking place in Westminster, London. Woman’s Trust are able to odder these workshops with the support of West London Clinical Commissioning Group.

The workshops will include sessions on the effects of domestic abuse on children; post traumatic stress disorder; letting go of feelings of shame; strengthening your sense of self after an abusive relationship, and improving confidence through volunteering. 

Woman’s Trust have services open to all women who have experienced domestic violence as an adult (age 16+) in the past or are experiencing it now.

Please note that priority will be given for women living in Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster. For these workshops, Woman’s Trust are unable to provide childcare expenses and childcare facilities will not be available on the day.

Click each poster below for more information: 

Interested in attending or referring a client?

You can contact Amanda or Alice on 02070340303.

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