Sexual Abuse, Violence & Exploitation

Evolving

A therapeutic service for recovery from Sexual Abuse, Violence & Exploitation

Free & Confidential

Self-Referral

What is Evolving?

Evolving is a service based at the Emily Davison Centre offering a therapeutic service based on the research and understanding of the Polyvagal Theory by Dr Stephen Porges.

The theory allows us to share and teach people, how to understand the visceral and long lasting legacy of sexual violence and trauma.

Who's Supplying the Sessions?

The service is led by Kay who has over 20 years experience of providing bespoke and scientifically informed trauma reducing interventions and Rosie who has 5 years experience of working on the front-line providing therapeutic support and interventions to children and young adults who have experienced child sexual exploitation.

Kay and Rosie create a safe and supportive environment with the aim of moving the individual from surviving to a place of thriving. 

Kay provides support to women who are 25+ and Rosie provides support to Young Women between the ages of 18-25 years.

What's Included?

Ideas, inspiration’s and one to one sessions. Including knowledge and strategies, on how to reset ourselves. Leading to the road of self-understanding and recovery from trauma.

  • Safe space to connect
  • Coaching and mentoring
  • Strategies for health and well-being
  • Body work
  • Online resources
  • Small online classes

Get In Touch Today

If you feel like your experience of sexual violence/abuse/exploitation is continuing to impact on your well-being, then please do get in touch.

Contact Kay:

Email: kay@emilydavisoncentre.com

Tel: 07735827876

Contact Rosie:

Email: rosie@emilydavisoncentre.com

Tel: 07735827867

Places are limited!

For more information on the Polyvagal system please listen to: http://to https://www.resources.soundstrue.com/podcast/deb-dana-befriending-your-nervous-system/ 

To find out more about Kay and Rosie and the service they are providing, take a listen to the short clip below:

This pilot is funded by Lancashire’s Police Crime Commissioners Office until December 2020.