Abuse Counselling

Abuse Counselling is a form of emotional support for those who are the victims of abuse. It helps victims deal with their feelings of fear and shame and helps perpetrators put an end to the abuse. It can also help survivors find employment and find a new place to live. There are a variety of different types of abuse counselling, and these vary according to the type of abuse experienced.

Abuse can be emotional

Emotional abuse in relationships can lead to a number of mental and physical health problems. Managing stress by taking care of oneself is important, and exercising, eating well, and getting plenty of rest are good ways to feel better. Other ways to regain emotional stability include reestablishing social connections. Family and friends are an excellent source of support, and developing healthy relationships can improve your life.

People who have been abused often struggle with feelings of helplessness, anger, and fear. The abuser is likely to have been raised in an emotionally abusive environment and learned to be abusive in order to cope with their own feelings of powerlessness. The abuser may even be attracted to helpless people and use their power over them to avoid dealing with their own feelings.

Verbal abuse can take various forms. Some types are physical and include threatening, biting, and hair-pulling. Other types are non-verbal, such as criticizing or analyzing. Some abusers also use “de-emotional” language to make the recipient question their own sanity and memory.

Are you facing abuse? Are you unable to bear the abuse? Seeking counselling services online is the best option to get rid of all such conditions. The online counselling clinic provides all the help in dealing with such adverse situations through the web and offers qualitative solutions while making

Counselling for Relationship Problems and Abuse Signs of abuse 

Physical abuse is intentionally causing physical injury.

Sexual abuse is forcing someone to do sexual acts.

Emotional abuse is intentionally causing emotional pain through various tactics

Exploitation happens when taking advantage of a vulnerable person for one’s own personal gain/profit

Neglect can happen to adults as well as children, consisting of depriving adults of care, basic needs whether physical or mental.

Signs of physical abuse

  • Broken bones 
  • Injury to face, lacerations, marks 
  • Open wounds, punctures, refusing to allow injuries to be treated 
  • Breaking items of the victim out of revenge/punishment 
  • Being hit, spat on, kicked and or mistreated 

Signs of sexual abuse

  • Force in any way 
  • Refusal to accept no for an answer 
  • Guilt-tripping someone to have sex or sexual contact with you 

Signs of emotional abuse 

  • Intentionally causing emotional distress 
  • Gaslighting 
  • Refusal to accept fault and constantly blaming others 
  • Not willing to engage in conversation without over-reacting 

Signs of neglect 

  • Refusal of basic human needs i.e., food, water, shelter 
  • Not allowing individuals to access appropriate healthcare 
  • Refusing to allow an individual to report issues 

Signs of exploitation 

  • Taking money without permission 
  • Accessing someone’s bank account without consent 
  • Taking items that do not belong to you 
  • Guilt-tripping someone into giving you money 
  • Forging signatures 

Counselling helps victims deal with fears, anxiety and feelings of shame

Counselling for abuse victims can help them deal with the feelings of shame and fear that often accompany the abuse experience. These feelings can affect survivors physically, emotionally, and mentally. They may blame themselves for the abuse and feel a sense of powerlessness. Many survivors report flashbacks and feelings of guilt. These reactions are natural and often necessary for healing.

The symptoms of shame include intense anxiety and panic attacks. A coping strategy for these symptoms can help victims deal with the feelings and help them move forward with their lives. These techniques can help them overcome their fears and feel better about themselves. For some abuse survivors, self-compassion can help them overcome their feelings of shame and help them move on with their lives.

Insecurities are a common cause of feelings of shame. They often surface when the victim is at their most vulnerable. PTSD triggers can cause the victim to relive painful events from the past. Knowing your shame triggers is important for preparing for them. A professional psychologist can help you uncover these triggers and help you develop healthier ways of thinking in the future.

At Online Counselling Clinic, we believe no matter your age, gender or race that you deserve the right to be able to discuss and make educated decisions about your own mental health.

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At Online Counselling Clinic, we understand that you may be feeling overwhelmed and uncertain. That’s why we provide access to trusted and caring counsellors who are experienced in helping individuals who are dealing with abuse. Our counsellors are here to provide compassionate, expert care and support so that you can begin your journey to healing.

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Monday – Friday 9:00 – 20:00 

Saturday.- 10:00 – 15:00 

Sunday – 10:00 – 15:00 

Appointments are available 7 days a week

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We have years of experience in supporting individuals and couples through their issues to help resolve their problems and lead fulfilled lives.

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