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A new piece of legal research last work carried out by undergraduate law and joint degree students from the University of the West of England in response to a set of questions posed by staff and volunteers at SARSAS.
This self help guide is for survivors of rape or sexual abuse who want to understand and process their own personal reactions to their experience. The guide has been written by support specialists, SARSAS service users, SARSAS staff and volunteers.
SARSAS commissioned an independent consultant to research and produce a clear report with recommendations on effective group work models for survivors of rape and childhood sexual abuse. The report contains an extensive literature review and evidence base of effective group work models suitable for survivors of rape, sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse and analysis of current group work service provision from a broad and thorough cross section of consultation with other specialist organisations local and nationally who currently deliver group work with survivors of sexual violence.
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