Groups & Workshops
One in Four runs groups and workshops for survivors to look at issues related to a history of sexual abuse. Working in a group is a powerful way to understand more about the impact of sexual abuse. By working with others who have had similar experiences it is possible to break the silence of your experience and to meet other survivors.
Our groups offer the opportunity to explore personal issues with the support and participation with people of a similar history of abuse. We encourage clients to join these groups alongside individual counselling as the group process is very powerful. Participants often develop strong bonds with peers who have walked a similar journey.
We run stabilisation workshops in our South London & North London centers for clients and those on our waiting list.
Our stabilisation workshops focus on techniques and exercises to manage the effects of trauma and learn how to self-regulate.
This 8-week programme gives survivors the opportunity to explore and grow in a safe and non-judgmental environment. There are lots of opportunities to learn techniques and helpful activities, which support and reduce anxiety, depression, flashbacks and low self-esteem.
It runs as a closed group and covers learning about your own strengths, maintaining self-care, regulating yourself, mindfulness, identifying anchors, safe places and reconnecting to life and post-traumatic growth.
Workshops are restricted to a maximum of 12 participants.
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“The counselling and workshops at One in Four have helped me accept that my recovery is a lifelong journey. The most important quality I have received is empathy.”
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