Abuse can be experienced in many forms; sexual abuse, physical abuse and emotional abuse.
Abuse allows a person to gain power and control over another, often leaving that person feeling fearful, isolated and their self-worth undermined.
There are so many different patterns of abuse and people may experience aggression, manipulation, accusing and blaming behaviour and belittling someone’s feelings.
Abuse can seriously damage a person’s feelings, leading to a loss of confidence and a sense of worthlessness. It’s often difficult for people to admit to abuse, leading to isolation and sometimes depression.
A stronger sense of self-worth
Whether your experience of abuse is current or stems back to childhood, I can help you explore the feelings you are holding and maybe even patterns of a sense of worth that has led you into an abusive relationship.
You will be heard, believed and supported on your journey to gaining insight and stronger sense of self-worth.
Do you have any questions or would you like to know more? Feel free to send me a message.
Sharon Krajnc, MBACP