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Self-help Online Support Programmes

 

Here at RASASC Cheshire and Merseyside, we are pleased offer two self-help online programmes to all of our clients to help aid you in your recovery. We have a course specifically designed for adults called Taste of Recovery and a course tailored for those who play a pivotal role in supporting children and young people, who have experienced sexual abuse.

 

 

 

Taste of Recovery with RASASC

 

 

Taste of Recovery with RASASC is a new online guided self-help programme that you can complete in your own time and at your own pace.

The programme has been developed by Emily Jacob of ReConnected Life in response to her own personal experience of sexual trauma. The programme aims to help you to identify the effects of sexual trauma, to develop coping strategies and to improve your emotional wellbeing.

Taste of Recovery with RASASC self-help programme includes:

  • 15 short daily sessions to support you in your recovery from sexual trauma that can help you to work through and understand any questions, confusions and emotions you may be experiencing and help you to reclaim your sense of control, rebuild self-worth and learn to heal.
  • Almost 4 hours of video content – also available as audio-only downloads
  • Over 40 different techniques or tips
  • 3 x downloadable and printable workbooks
  • Creation of your own safe place meditation with personalised mantra
  • Daily wellbeing practices
  • Lifetime access to the learning

How do I access Taste of Recovery with RASASC?

It’s simple!…

Taste of Recovery with RASASC is available free of charge to all RASASC clients aged 16+.

 

Simply email support@rapecentre.org.uk, we will then contact you with your username and password and you can start straight away or at your convenience.

 

We hope you will find Taste of Recovery with RASASC a helpful source of support in your journey to recovery.

 

Parenting Programme

 

This FREE course is for those who play pivotal roles in supporting children and young people who have experienced sexual abuse. There are a series of videos that are split into four sections:

 

1. Understanding the impact of sexual abuse and recognising trauma responses within children

 

2. Self-care for the caregiver: considering ways of managing the impact of supporting children who are struggling with the effects of sexual abuse

 

3. Creating emotionally safe environments for children: ways of strengthening relationships and a sense of connectedness

 

4. Supporting and teaching emotional regulation to children.

 

The course is designed for a person to completely go at their own pace. There are no tests, no homework, and no time limit to complete this course. It is not meant to bombard or overload anyone with information, it is more a series of informative videos for a person to have a look through whenever they can set some time aside to do so.

 

You may decide to access the videos from start to finish or you may prefer to watch a certain video that most relates to you at this moment. Throughout the course, you will also find links to additional resources and options of support both for yourself as caregivers and for your children. To access the course, simply click  on the videos below.

 

Parent Course- Overview

 

Parent Course- Part 1

 

Parent Course- Part 2

 

Parent Course- Part 3

 

Parent Course- Part 4

 

We hope you find watching the video’s useful. Once you have watched all of the videos, we would love to hear your thoughts. Please use this short evaluation to tell us if the course helped you. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us on support@rapecentre.org.uk or call us on 0330 363 0063

 

Evaluation form-  https://forms.gle/R7rTxdBFFb3X8VoA7