Our experienced team of professionals work with perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse to guide them through a process of change, which addresses their behaviours and attitudes. Through a combination of group work and one-to-one sessions the programmes aim to prevent reoffending. They are focused on self-reflection and creating tangible outcomes that can help perpetrators to build a pathway for change.
At RISE we believe that, given the right support, anyone can change.
"I am now able to contain my anger and think through things much more than I ever did before".
Participant from the Building Better Relationships programme
A 5-session group work awareness-raising course – offers men and women a chance to reflect on their behaviour and the impact of abuse on their partner (or ex-partner), children and families.
Respect and Principles
A group work programme for young people to reflect on what is considered ‘ a healthy relationship’ and to develop skills which will prevent them becoming perpetrators in the future.
A 16-session programme including one-to-ones for men who have been abusive within an intimate partner relationship. Safe Relationships is a medium length programme aimed at changing behaviour and attitudes.
Preparing Men for Change
Up to 8 one-to-one sessions suitable for those who cannot attend group work due to language issues, aimed at building a relationship with the participant and preparing the context for later sessions.