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Creative Community Services for Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

The Green House is a specialist support service for children, young people and families who have experienced sexual abuse. At the Green House we believe in creative evidence-based support services led by the voices of young people and their families. Our specialist services are designed to grow connection and community with families who have experienced sexual abuse.

Services

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Groups

Art Therapy

Drama and Movement Therapy

Play Therapy

As I look back on how I was before I started counselling, I was very anxious and nervous. Now I am a lot more open and confident.
The Green House has been very warm and welcoming. They gave me space to express my feelings and made it feel safe to do so. I am incredibly grateful for the service.

Our Projects

We are always looking for ways that we can contribute the learning from our frontline services to wider policy and practice nationally. This includes a number of recent and ongoing projects such as the Bluestar Project, Disrupting the Cycle of Harm, and A Light in the Dark. 

Find out more about our research here

 

 

A tour of The Green House

Have a peek at our therapy rooms in our primary St. Agnes Lodge site

Our Supporters

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Our Impact

This year we supported 115 children and young people and provided 965 hours of one-to-one therapy.

 

I was worried I might have to answer lots of questions, but they don’t make you talk about anything you don’t want to. They let you talk to them.

Articles & Resources

More Articles & Resources
For Parents For Survivors
Posted 14th March
Nature Based Therapy Group Blog
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For Parents For Survivors
Posted 12th March
Music That Moves Us
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For Parents
Posted 14th February
A Parent’s Poem
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From The Gram

It can be hard to know how to respond when someone tells us they’ve experienced sexual assault.
There is no perfect answer.
Being able to listen well, believe and show kindness is so important. This week we’re going to be sharing some tips on how to respond.
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Posted @withregram • @sarsasupport have recently refreshed and updated their self-help guides. They have guides for all genders, ages and for family and friends too.

If you, or someone you work with, has experienced any form or sexual violence, they can be a useful tool to dip in and out of.

Download a copy of the guide(s) by heading to @sarsasupport and clicking the link in their bio.

#Trauma #TraumaResponses #SelfHelp #SelfCare #SupportSurvivors
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An exciting opportunity to enact positive change for children, young people and families by joining The Green House as a trustee.

We are currently looking to fill the following voluntary (unsalaried) roles:

- Chair of Board
- Treasurer
- General Trustee

Join a welcoming team with a diverse skillset who ensure The Green House continues to provide high quality support, research and events for young survivors and their families.

For more information head to the ‘Work With Us’ section of our website or contact us on info@the-green-house.org.uk
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Conversations We’ve Never Had is a new six-part podcast launched by The Green House as part of #UpfrontSurvivors.

Join Candice Harris and Gemma Halliwell, survivors, friends and leaders in the sector, as they break barriers and invite listeners into a space of shared experience by telling their own stories. Together, they navigate the complexities of life as survivors, exploring themes of trauma, love, and the transformative power of human
connection.

You can listen now wherever you get your podcasts and follow @conversationsweveneverhad for more updates.

Photo: @hannahlarkinphotography
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