For women who have lived through domestic abuse, Valentine’s Day can trigger difficult emotions. Survivors of abuse may feel more than just alone, the day can breed feelings of resentment, anger and sadness. Confus... Read more
Chinese New Year
The 5th February is the official start of Chinese New Year it will often be referred to as the spring festival which marks the end of the coldest days. With last week’s cold spell and thre... Read more
Have a go at a little TLC
Let’s begin to have conversations with your child about their mental health.
It can feel unnatural and forced to start with. It can be scary and so you may feel tempt... Read more
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Domestic Abuse Outreach Worker to join our team.
The role is an ideal opportunity for people wishing to provide a high quality personal welfare support service to survivors of do... Read more
Leave before he kills me
Plan my escape
Save some money
Do everything to keep him calm
Get another phone, I think he’s bugging me
Find somewhere to go where he’ll never find me
Ring Broxtowe Women’s... Read more
Christmas Cheer or Christmas fear
For women living with domestic violence, Christmas offers no respite and can be a time of intensified coercion, punishment and violence. The toxic mix of financial pressure, families ... Read more
Are you struggling to get over your past? Have you moved on from an abusive relationship but can’t shake off low moods? So many survivors of domestic abuse are left with low moods and depression. They’ve often lost ... Read more
Last weekend I did something a little different… I joined a Women’s March! Reclaim the Night is a night for women to come together and protest against street harassment and all forms of men’s violence against women... Read more
Sunday (November 25) was White Ribbon Day, also known as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
It was also the start of the 16 Days of Action Against Domestic Violence.*
The 16 days c... Read more
Anti-Bullying Week 2018 takes place from the 12th-16th November.
Broxtowe Women’s Project are proud to support and promote Anti-Bullying week. The theme for Anti-Bullying Week 2018 is ‘Choose Respect’.
The aim ... Read more
We are very excited to announce that we are currently recruiting for a childrens and young persons therapist. This is an exciting new area of work for BWP so the post-holder will be instrumental in the development and delivery of the children’s service. The post-holder will need extensive experience of providing therapeutic support to children … Continue reading We are recruiting……….→