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Men and Trauma

0800 636 263 Auckland, Manawatu, Wairarapa, Wellington, Canterbury, Otago
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about Men and Trauma


About Us
At Men and Trauma we aim to provide flexible, accessible, client-centred clinical counselling, therapy & peer support to male survivors of trauma & sexual abuse. We believe that by our courage & care, others can be brave. We provide trauma-informed services for healing to individuals, families & groups within counselling well-being frameworks

Services
We specialise is working with Males who are dealing with
difficulties, that may include: PTSD - Trauma-informed
interventions, Family Violence, Working with Sexual
Abuse & Assault, Anxiety & Depression & other mood
disorders, Addictions, Anger Management & Emotional
integrity, Suicide Intervention & Prevention

Access Options
Clients can receive support:
In person
Online - by zoom, skype, teams etc
Phone or text
Email counselling

Clinical Staff
Men and Trauma is an Nationwide specialist provider
of crisis support services & therapeutic interventions
following any traumatic event, including but not limited
to, child abuse, sexual assault, emotional abuse and/or
neglect

Facilities
Counselling rooms wheelchair accessible

contact Men and Trauma

0800 636 263

94 Riddiford St, Newtown, Wellington

www.menandtrauma.nz

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