The Personal Development Programme for children affected by domestic abuse is designed to support children and young people who have experienced domestic violence. These individuals often struggle with low self-esteem and lack of confidence as a result of the trauma they have endured. The programme aims to help them develop their personal skills and strategies to manage their emotions and build resilience.
The programme can be tailored to the needs of each individual and can be integrated into their therapeutic journey. It provides a range of activities and resources that professionals can use to engage children and young people in personal development work. These activities encourage self-reflection, exploration of strengths and abilities, and the development of coping strategies.
The programme draws from existing resources and programmes focused on personal development for children and young people affected by domestic abuse. The key objective is to create a safe space for children and young people to reflect on their experiences, recognise their inner strengths, and enhance their personal growth and well-being.
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