Both children had been struggling to come to terms with their mum’s ill health and now they were faced with the grief and loss of their dad dying.
When a couple were struggling to bring their young family together, the Incredible Years programme helped them through their challenges.
When a 13-year-old boy found himself trapped in the darkest place, a Family Works counsellor stepped in to hold up the light.
When Casey* went through a dark phase as a teen, our Family Works counsellor helped her to find hope.
“THIS IS MY LIFE – THIS IS ME.
Because this is who I am and who I am meant to be. I AM AWESOMEEEE, I know. I am Ashley Jordyn.”
All five-year-olds need time to adjust in school. For Sally though, the challenges were even more difficult as she is blind.
Eleven-year-old Katie* was born with a bubbly personality. She was fearless and always had a smile for everyone. This all changed when she witnessed a traumatic event.
Counselling helps families who’ve experienced violence to heal and form loving bonds – as mum Kayla* and her sons discovered when they sought help to start again.
Molly's* husband was violent and like so many women in abusive relationships, she found it difficult to find a way out.
Gemma’s children showed signs of deep emotional scars from witnessing their father’s violence. Even when he was in prison, they were still terrified.