Perhaps you don’t consider your situation an emergency, but are looking for help. WSC offers specialized services with counselors who understand the complex issues of abuse and are sensitive to its effects on individuals. You may have already confided in someone about the abuse and didn’t get support. Friends and family members may consider domestic violence a “private matter” and not want to get involved. Or, they are afraid of retaliation. Others mistakenly blame the victims and fail to hold the batterers accountable. WSC staff understands that these responses — or lack of – may only add to a victim’s feelings of confusion, guilt, fear and loneliness.
Talking with a professionally trained counselor can help to sort out the problems caused by emotional and physical abuse. At WSC, a person does not need to stay in the safe house facility to receive supportive services. Participants may be living or involved with their abusive partner, or may use the services to address past, rather than present, abusive relationships.
We offer individual and group sessions. The group provides the opportunity to learn from others who have experienced put downs and broken promises, wondered if they were losing their minds, and hoped the abuse would never happen again. Group discussions can include exploring power and control, abuse and anger; the dynamic of an abusive relationship, safety planning; affects of DV on women and children, etc.
Counselors also provide counseling and help with parent education, life skills improvement, women’s health, vocational development, community networking, and job and housing searches. Children can also benefit from Child psychologist to overcome trauma, fear, aggressive behavior, etc.
Call us to learn more or if you are in need of immediate safety: 099-88-78-08/ 24 hours