THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED TO ME.
The psychological, emotional and physical effects of sexual abuse can be devastating and life-altering.
Hear from a survivor on how she struggled to make sense of what had happened to her and how it was a constant battle trying to cope with the feelings of anxiety, stress and fear.
HOW DO I
Recovery is possible but it will take time as everyone deals with trauma differently.
Understanding what you are going through can help you find the best form of care to begin the healing process.
Decide on the treatment that works for you. Practise self-care. And find the right support system.
WHAT ARE MY
Justice means different things for different people.
Understanding the police procedures and the legal processes will allow you to make informed decisions on what you can and/or should do next.
WHERE CAN I
Knowing what to do and where to get help can mean a world of difference.
There are resources available to give you the support you need to get through these trying times and there are organisations you can approach for assistance.
We will be having a closed-door women-only discussion after the webinar.
This private session is intended to continue the discussion that may spill over from the Q&A segment. It is meant to be a safe space for women to ask personal questions, share their experiences if they choose to, seek guidance and most importantly, find the support they need to know that - they were not at fault for what had happened - and that they are not alone in this journey.
There will be free online counselling sessions and pro bono legal consultations. Due to the limited number of slots available, prior registration is required with priority given to urgent cases.
see a counsellor
The registration for online counselling has closed.
In its place, we are offering women-only
support group sessions.