Final part of a three part report into trying out pranic healing for self care by the Campaign Against Adult Grooming (CAAGe)
Claire Thompson of CAAGe (the Campaign Against Adult Grooming) reports back on her third session of Pranic Healing
Claire Thompson of CAAGe (The Campaign Against Adult Grooming) tries out Pranic Healing and reports back
A CAAGe (Campaign Against Adult Grooming) review of Restored, A handbook for Female Christian Survivors of Domestic Abuse, edited by Esther Sweetman
CAAGe (Campaign Against Adult Grooming) signposts a free resource from Victim Focus: Caring for Yourself After Sexual Violence.
Police Information Notices (PINs) will no longer be used in stalking or harassment cases, says College of Policing
Psychologist Wendy Gregory joinsCAAGe
Groomed for money – ways to get it back
If you were groomed into a relationship for the purpose of fraud, you CAN still take back your power. Counselling psychologist Wendy Gregory explains.
CAAGe looks at the damage choosing the wrong counsellor can do, and offers some lifelines
It’s well established that abusers with particular character traits will turn things around and claim to be victims if caught. The PIN is a classic tactic.
On World Mental Heath Day, Oct 10, the Campaign Against Adult Grooming publishes a list of places to get help after grooming.