Support groups

NAPAC runs facilitated psycho-educational support groups for survivors of all types of childhood abuse, offering a unique opportunity to learn, connect and advance your recovery.

Need to talk? Call our support line for free on

0808 801 0331

10am-9pm Mon-Thu & 10am-6pm on Fridays.
 

 

Support group for survivors of child abuse

Do you or someone you know sometimes find it hard to cope with life or struggle with low self-esteem, anger, self-blame or relationships?  Many adult survivors of child abuse do, and one of the ways that we address this is through offering support groups.

NAPAC support groups give survivors the opportunity to meet others who have experienced any type of abuse (sexual, physical, emotional) or neglect in childhood and share their experiences and feelings. The groups use innovative and proven approaches to trauma recovery based on the latest research and on NAPAC’s many years of working with survivors.

Support groups consist of a structured sequence of two and a half hour sessions, run once a week for 12 weeks.  Each group is led by two experienced facilitators who are trained in NAPAC’s model. Progression is monitored closely and each group is fully evaluated.

Where are the groups available?

Registration for a place in one of our Support Groups is currently closed.

Please keep checking back for announcements of new groups in the near future. 

If you have registered with us previously, your details will remain on our waiting list for 6 months in case we run a group in your area in future. We will delete your information thereafter for data protection reasons.

 

We are grateful for current and previous funding from:

  • The Home Office
  • City Bridge Trust
  • Surrey Police & Crime Commissioner
  • The JAC Trust

 

Registration for a place in one of our Support Groups is currently closed.

Please keep checking back here for announcements of new groups in the near future.

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