Abuse Therapy

Abuse is any action that violates your human or civil rights. Abuse can take many forms and can take place in any situation. the abuser could be a stranger, a family member, a colleague or a person in a position of trust.

Abuse can be any of the following:

  • Physical
  • Emotional and Psychological
  • Sexual
  • Financial
  • Verbal
  • Bullying
  • Neglect
  • Discrimination
  • Institutional or Organisational

Therapy can help you heal by supporting you as you work through your feelings about recent or historical abuse. You can be supported in exploring how abuse has impacted on you and explore any related feelings such as anxiety or your self-esteem and trust of others.

Other Issues

At Oxford House Therapy we work with a wide range of issues, find out more on the areas we work with page and also our therapists profile pages explain more about their individual specialisms.

Therapists Specialising in Abuse Therapy

Contact Us