SUSSEX STALKING SUPPORT

supporting individuals in sussex

Peer Support

Trust in our peer support services to help you recover from traumatic experiences, whether you want to share your story in our support group or arrange a one-to-one session.

Creative Therapy

Address your experiences in a safe space through the helpful medium of creative therapy, including life writing and art therapy.

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in Brighton, Sussex, for further details about how we address the impact of stalking.

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About Us

Count on our stalking support service for advice and therapy services in Brighton, Sussex. As one of the only groups in the area specifically devoted to helping victims of stalking, we are dedicated to raising awareness of the complex issues surrounding this crime. From peer support sessions to creative therapy groups, we provide ongoing trauma and support work to assist individual recovery.

Stalking and PTSD

Stalking and PTSD

“In our recent report, 88% of victims of stalking met the criteria for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and would have benefited from referral or treatment. PTSD is responsive to treatment and we are perpetuating isolation and the social restriction caused by the problem if we do not standardly provide effective intervention.”

'Stalking and Health – The Emotional, Psychological and Physical Impact on Victims’ National Stalking Consortium, in Partnership with Sussex Stalking Support, April 2019

GETTING CREATIVE REALLY DOES BOOST YOUR MOOD, SURVEY SUGGESTS:GETTING CREATIVE REALLY DOES BOOST YOUR MOOD, SURVEY SUGGESTS: 

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Events

WRITE TIME

PEER SUPPORT

‘Addressing the Impact’

Monthly Drop-In

1st Tuesday of the month at 5.00pm – 7.00pm

1st Wednesday of the month 10.00am – 12.00pm

For safety purposes, please message/ring/text us and let us know that you are coming along.

FHealth care responses to stalking

Implications and Recommendations

Full report to be published in September