COUNSELLING SUPPORT – JERSEY ACTION AGAINST RAPE
At JAAR we provide specialist counselling to support men and women and their families and friends deal with the trauma of rape, sexual assault, and childhood sexual abuse.
All our Counsellors have professional counselling qualifications plus have also completed specialist training in counselling survivors of rape and sexual abuse.
JAAR’s Counsellors are deeply committed to the recovery of survivors of sexual violence.
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Counselling sessions are free to anyone aged 18 and above and are held on a weekly basis, for an hour each week, with a maximum of 12 sessions. However, as every case is individual some clients may need more or less than 12 sessions and this will be assessed by the Counsellor and Client .
Each client has individual needs and problems to overcome, however some of the common issues that we regularly help clients to address are:
Please contact the Helpline to arrange your first session with one of our counsellors. All calls and information given are treated with the strictest of confidentiality.
Counselling Agency Hours
We are here to support you on your journey to wellness.
We offer 1-2-1 counselling at our premises (location provided at time of allocation to your Counsellor to ensure confidentiality to our clients)
Zoom counselling can be offered under exceptional circumstances.
Our counselling agency operates during the following hours:
Monday to Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
We understand the need for flexibility and can accommodate some evening appointments based on availability only.
Your well-being is our priority, and we’re committed to providing support that suits your needs. Feel free to reach out during our office working hours to inquire about our services.
Monday to Friday 9.00 am – 1.00 pm
You can donate online via the form below. Thank you!
Donations can also be made by making a payment to the following Bank Account:
Bank Account Name: Jersey Action Against Rape
Bank Account No.: 68296468
Sort Code: 30-94-61
The Telephone & E-Mail Helplines are available to people that have experienced rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment or childhood sexual abuse. The Helplines are also available to those supporting survivors.