Mindfulness

This section includes information about going to the police, reporting incidences of sexual abuse, the court process and help for family and friends. We want to make sure you have all the information you need for whichever decision you make.

Coping with rape and sexual abuse is a long and complex process and there is no quick fix. That’s why, as well as offering a counselling service, we have included information here on things such as meditation and mindfulness.

If you cannot find the information you need on this site, you can email us on help@crasac.co.uk or call us on 01872 262100, we are in the office on Mondays and Tuesdays from 8.30am till 5.15pm

Mindfulness

The term Mindfulness refers to an awareness of what is happening both inside and out of our bodies and minds. It is about appreciating the world around us and prioritising things that are important to us such as time with friends, music or a connection with nature.

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Help for Family and Friends

Discovering that your child has been sexually abused is a deeply traumatic experience that will undoubtedly bring up many different feelings for you, especially if the abuser is someone you know. Providing a caring, understanding and sympathetic environment will be key at this stage.

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Meditation

Some people find that meditating helps them so much that it becomes part of their daily routine. If you have not meditated before then read below and give it a try. It can be difficult to begin with but don’t give up, it will get easier with time and you will start to feel the benefits.

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