Kingdom Abuse Survivors Project
We provide counselling to adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse (both men and women) throughout Fife.
The symptoms that can be generated from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse can be excruciating and life inhibiting. Common responses include shame, anxiety, depression, anger, eating issues, substance misuse and relationship difficulties. Some individuals may be plagued by memories in the form of distressing flashbacks, body memories, mental images or nightmares. These symptoms are all normal responses to trauma and they can feel overwhelming and difficult to deal with.
The free and confidential counselling and support that we offer enables survivors of sexual abuse to make sense of the present in relation to the past. Being heard and supported can help to ease the pain and reduce the power and impact of the symptoms.
We also provide support to those who are supporting the survivor.
Training, qualifications & experience
All of our counsellors have a Diploma in Counselling. We also accept trainee counsellors on placement for Diploma training courses that are approved by COSCA, BACP or UKCP. Our counsellors also receive additional in-house training on working with the impact of childhood sexual abuse and are offered continuing professional development opportunities.
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KASP service is free and we welcome donations.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
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Open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and some evenings.
Types of client