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“Enough’s Enough”®

“With a wealth of personal experience of domestic abuse, our “enough’s enough” tutors bring a unique blend of understanding, empathy and practical knowledge to help individuals move on in their lives, free from guilt and trauma, and to build meaningful positive relationships”.

What’s involved?

Enough’s enough – Six half day sessions (18 Hours)

Enough’s enough Extended Course – Assessment plus ten half day sessions (31 hours)

“enough’s enough ™ is an accredited educational programme that promotes SIMPLE and PRACTICAL tools as a means to allow people who have been abused within a domestic relationship to move on and build new relationships and careers free from fear, guilt and misplaced dependence.

Drawing heavily on our 10 years of experience of dealing with addiction to substances, we recognise that DEPENDENCE is the defining problem, be that on substances, abusive relationships, benefits etc. The “enough’s enough” course recognises that people who have been abused hold a range of beliefs and feelings that keep them caged and tied to the abuser, leaving them unable to break free and reluctant to embrace change.

The course, delivered over a minimum of six, three hour sessions, provides the learner with a structured understanding of what drives their partners (ex or current) behaviour and actions, their feelings and insecurities, along with credible and highly specific skills to CHALLENGE their own beliefs and insecurities . It is these SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE and TOOLS that enable the learner to recognise the consequences of their abusers CONDUCT, thereby empowering their own CHOICES whilst also removing fear of change.

The final part of the course is the development of a personalised and meaningful development plan, including specific actions to be taken, embedded and reviewed.

Need more information?

Contact our office today on 0161 223 1094 to find out how we can help.

The course can be delivered in both COMMUNITY, residential or CUSTODIAL settings with delivery typically offered across five consecutive days although it can be facilitated weekly, during evenings or weekends to ensure accessibility.




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