If your (ex-)partner has been referred to our Men & Masculinities programme for his abusive behaviour, this may mean that you might need some support. The help that we give is entirely confidential and completely free.
Find a support worker in your local area:
Get in touch
Havering: call Pareece Carbon-Spenceley on 07936 947334
Hounslow: call Pareece Carbon-Spenceley on 07936 947334
Ealing: call Pareece Carbon-Spenceley on 07936 947334
Wokingham: call Pareece Carbon-Spenceley on 07936 947334
Barking & Dagenham: call Joy Demetriou on 07548 824268
Sutton: call Sandra Joseph on 07701 373560
Sussex: call Hannah Weller on 07548 836247
You can also email us at adminDVA@cranstoun.org.uk
About Men & Masculinities
The Men & Masculinities programme works with those who have engaged in abusive, harmful and damaging behaviour within their relationships. The programme explores what it means to display appropriate behaviour and highlights how conflict, aggression and anger can deeply impact the lives of others.
The 24-week programme focuses on behaviour, how people act, how this reinforces how they think and feel, and most importantly, how to act differently and make changes to behaviour and the environments created by those behaviours.
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