Survivors

LIFE Project (Liberty, Independence, Freedom and Empowerment)

The LIFE Project is self-help programme to support individuals who are impacted by domestic abuse they have experienced in the past. The project aims to improve mental health, resilience, self-confidence, skills and independence.

A range of weekly sessions are on offer, designed and chosen by individuals who access them, including:

  • Self-care coffee morning
  • Walk and talk
  • Yoga and mindfulness
  • Resilience and Empowerment sessions
  • reative sessions

 

LIFE also offers formal interventions delivered by qualified and trained professionals including; Recovery Tool Kit, Counselling and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy ‘Reclaim your Life’ courses.

For further information on the full range of support offered through LIFE please contact referrals@thrivewa.org.uk or call 01639 894 864.

The LIFE Project is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and is delivered in partnership Neath Port Talbot Mind.

The part I found most beneficial was when the counsellor explained to me the reasons why I am the way I am and why I act as I do, it is all part of trauma.
This course has been a life line. It has helped me feel supported, less isolated and empowered through one of the most frightening, traumatic experiences of my life.