Deirdre Kenny, Advocacy Director and Deputy CEO at One in Four, in discussion with Maeve Lewis, CEO at One in Four Read more
Felicity Kennedy, independent psychotherapist and trauma therapist, in discussion with Maeve Lewis, CEO at One in Four Read more
If sharing my story will do one thing, I hope it can show people that you’re never too old to get help, and things can get better. Read more
"My therapist sat in that dark dark place with me, I talked and she helped bring light. For that, I am truly grateful.” Read more
Our programmes help adults who have experienced childhood sexual abuse, their families, and those who have engaged in sexually harmful behaviour. We work in all aspects of sexual violence in an effort to break the cycle of abuse.
One in Four is delighted to announce a lunchtime webinar series, 'Overcoming Barriers,' which will discuss the experiences of adult survivors of child sexual abuse.
Every working day, I speak to survivors of abuse. I do my best, but I know that for every call we answer, there are so many more people who need our help. We want to be there for each and everyone of them. But that can only happen if more people sign up for a regular donation.
of our clients who made a complaint to the Gardai last year
is the total number of Psychotherapy hours we provided last year
people were supported by our Advocacy services last year
Facility dogs can help to overcome both the risk of re-traumatisation and the barriers to effective communication. Read more
Julie Browne, Clinical Director at One in Four, in discussion with Maeve Lewis, CEO at One in Four Read more
Getting in touch with the Advocacy service in One in Four can be a starting point for people in overcoming many of the barriers survivors face. Read more
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