Domestic Abuse: Supporting Children & Young People

Early trauma informed support to help children affected by domestic abuse.

Programme Delivery for Children & Young People

This programme has been put together by clinical and trauma informed experts to ensure children affected by domestic abuse are able to access early trauma informed help. Each session has been carefully crafted so children can learn about how their body and brain works together, their feelings, senses and strategies they can use to help their body and brain feel safe. 

The impact data and case studies demonstrates that this programme makes a statistical significant difference to children's lives.  The impact of the programme is measured using the Emotional Awareness Questionnaire pre and post programme.

The programme, delivered remotely or face to face, is suitable for children aged 5-16 years and can be delivered on a 1:1 or group basis. There are 6 sessions in this programme and each session  is 45-60 minutes.  

Facilitators will have access to all of the pre-assessment documents, session manual, trauma informed animations and worksheets. You can print and download the files. Everything you need is at your finger tips. Unlimited coaching consultation provides support for facilitators to deliver the programme.

Please note:

The programme does not ask children to talk about their experiences of domestic abuse and there is no reference to domestic abuse in the video animations or worksheets. This is a pure trauma informed programme.

 Please follow your safeguarding procedures if a child makes any disclosures. 

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Session Outline

1: Calm Breathing

2: My Brain

3. My Senses

4. My Feelings

5. Calming Strategies

6. Feeling Safe Plan

Accessibility: No Child is Left Behind


Subtitles & BSL

Special Educational Needs
Welsh subtitles & text


Trauma Informed Animations

Carefully put together, we have created trauma informed animations for each session. Each aspect has been forensically analysed to reduce the risk of triggering children and ensure they can access the content safely. 

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