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About SIT

SiT is a support centre for men and women (eighteen+) who have experienced any form of sexual abuse in their childhood.

We support men and women who have experienced sexual abuse in childhood,  through a range of trauma informed, psycho-educational activities including one to one and group therapy, counselling, advocacy, research and training to become empowered and improve self esteem and resilience.

Our targeted, individually centred provision operates within 4 key strategic areas:

  • Services & Support (Direct therapeutic work (includes 1:1 trauma focused therapy and counselling, targeted group work, outreach, welfare visits & calls, phone and online support, Indirect therapeutic support (peer support, workshops, themed group sessions)
  • Influence (campaigning, public and professional awareness, feeding into key local, regional and national strategy and decision making)
  • Research & Education (annual research projects, conferences and workshops and training for professionals and psycho-education for survivors and their families)
  • Developing & Strengthening the Charity (Continually reviewing our strategies, using the most efficient systems and investing in robust governance)

Our Ipswich town centre base is open 5 days per week; most of our one to one and group sessions take place from here where demand is highest but we do work in other parts of the county on a demand based system. We are also able to work with individuals online and over the phone.

All referrals undergo a robust assessment so we can work with the individual to devise a care pathway that's right for them and includes them at every point.


Help support SiT

We are grateful for your support, all donations and fundraising go directly towards the costs of supporting survivors - you can easily donate to us here.



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