The Effects Of Emotional Abuse

The Effects Of Emotional Abuse Emotional Abuse: Emotional abusers use hurtful, cruel and intimidating words to control or manipulate an individual. Emotional abuse affects individuals psychologically, emotionally, mentally, socially and it can also cause long-term effects that follow one into adulthood. The effects of emotional abuse can be more difficult to recognise. An emotional abuser can negatively… Continue reading>

Fundraising Pub Quiz

Fundraising Pub Quiz Have you got the luck of the Irish? St Patrick's Day Quiz & Raffle in aid of Domestic Violence UK Date: Friday 15th of March 2013 Address: Kingsbury Services Club, 247 Stag Lane NW9 0EF Time: 7pm £2.50 Per Team Member Buffet Food Available Raffle prizes include a Versus Touchtab 7 8GB… Continue reading>

Online Directory

Domestic Violence UK has launched an online web directory aimed at helping people find support organizations locally. It works by entering your postcode, selecting the minimum/maximum distance preferred and organizations which provide support to victims of abuse would show up in the search results. (more…) Continue reading>

The National Counselling Society

Domestic Violence UK is now an organisational member of The National Counselling Society. The National Counselling Society (NCS) was set up in 1999 by a group of counsellors, psychotherapists, hypnotherapists and psychologists. It is a not for profit organisation bound by appropriate rules of governance including a constitution, codes of ethics and various sets of standards of training and membership.… Continue reading>

National Council For Voluntary Organisations

Domestic Violence UK is now a member of the National Council For Voluntary Organisations. The NCVO champions and strengthens the voluntary sector, with 8,300 members, from the largest charities to the smallest community organisations. We make sure the voluntary sector can do what it does best. There are thousands of voluntary sector organisations in the UK. Everyday,… Continue reading>