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EACH Women's Domestic Violence Counselling

Domestic violence and abuse takes many forms. It can be physical, sexual, mental, verbal, financial or forcing someone to marry.

We recognize that women from Black, Asian Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) communities who experience domestic violence and abuse may feel isolated, find it harder to seek help and often the help they seek may not meet their needs. They also may have to overcome religious and cultural pressures, or be afraid of rejection from their own community if they disclose the abuse and ask for help.

EACH offers one to one counselling and support to women experiencing domestic violence and abuse through our specialist service as part of a pan-London consortium 'Ascent'. We have a team of specially trained counsellors who encompass a multi-cultural approach to therapy and recognise some of the impact of abuse, this can include but is not limited to, symptoms of traumatic stress, mental health difficulties, self-harming behaviour or working with women who may have used drugs and alcohol to cope with the abuse.

The counselling service is free and available to women aged 18 and over who have experienced domestic violence and abuse. Referrals can be made be made by service providers or women can self refer. Counselling is available in a variety of community languages.  Please contact for more information.

Service details

Where to go

Name of venue
CAN Mezzanine Hounslow
Venue address
2, Treaty Centre High St
Hounslow
Postcode
TW3 1ES

Who to contact

Name
Pardip Gill - Domestic Violence Lead
Telephone
020 8577 6059
Email
infoascent@eachcounselling.org.uk
Website
www.eachcounselling.org.uk
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