Woman’s Trust is a charity that provides free counselling and therapy for female survivors of domestic violence, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, and other forms of domestic abuse.

1 in 4 women will experience domestic violence or another form of domestic abuse within their lifetime.

Domestic abuse is the leading cause of depression among women.

We are one of the few organisations to make the connection between domestic abuse and women’s mental health and emotional wellbeing.

Since 1996, we have helped thousands of women from across London; empowering them through our free counselling, therapy and workshops to rebuild their lives after abuse.


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I need help

If you are in or have experienced an abusive relationship, we can help you to get back on your feet. Our professional counselling, group therapy and workshops have all been designed to give you the support you need to get back to being you. Whether you feel isolated; depressed; lack self-confidence; have low self-esteem or low motivation – we’re here to listen, without judgement, and to help you recover.

In an emergency always call 999

I need information

Find out about the different types of domestic abuse; how to spot the symptoms of abuse; what to do if you’re worried about someone in an abusive relationship; and facts and figures on the impact of domestic abuse.

Support our work

It’s important that women who have been abused have access to mental health support for their emotional wellbeing. We provide our services for free – and last year alone we helped over a thousand women. As a UK registered charity, 100% of our funding comes from donations and grants. Find out how you can donate and the many other ways you can support us. Together, we can help even more women in their recovery from abuse.


Coercive control can be difficult to recognise, even when it's happening to you. From 1st April, coercive and controlling behaviour will be punishable by law in Scotland under the Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act - a great step forward for victims and survivors accessing justice

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