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Accessible Psychology

Accessible Psychology



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[p][lt]span[gt]IJM is very close to my heart. My aim is for Accessible Psychology to help people create the lives they long for and I believe IJM does just this. The work they do in helping to rehabilitate children with traumatic childhoods is particularly close to my heart, as is all the work they do to abolish violent oppression. Please continue to read below to discover for yourself the amazing work this charity does...[lt]/span[gt][/p][p][lt]span[gt] [lt]/span[gt][/p][p][lt]span[gt]International Justice Mission is a global organisation that protects the poor from violence throughout the developing world. IJM partners with local authorities to rescue victims of violence, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen justice systems. In nearly 20 communities throughout Africa, Latin America, South Asia and Southeast Asia, IJM combats slavery, sex trafficking, sexual violence, police brutality, property grabbing and other forms of violence.[lt]/span[gt][/p][p][lt]span[gt] [lt]/span[gt][/p][p][lt]span[gt]The restoration of victims is a vital yet complicated issue, and it is an aspect of justice IJM is committed to growing and continually improving.  As you might imagine, the violent  oppression our clients face, be it illegal land seizure, police abuse of power, trafficking, slavery, or sexual abuse, has a major impact on the lives of our clients&mdashtheir mental and physical health, their ability to participate in education or work, their relationships, their view of the world, themselves and their future- no part of life goes untouched.  This is why a holistic approach to Aftercare is required to reach our ultimate goal of seeing clients restored and able to live a safe and sustainable life. IJM has Aftercare professionals at each of our 18 field offices who both provide direct services to clients, such as trauma counselling, and facilitate partnerships with other organisations doing great work to provide for the needs of survivors.  [lt]/span[gt][/p][p][lt]span[gt] [lt]/span[gt][/p][p][lt]span[gt]Aftercare services provided to survivors vary based on the type of abuse they have faced.  For example, in the case of minors rescued from sexual exploitation, IJM partners with existing aftercare homes run by other Non-Governmental Organisations to provide longer-term care.  The homes clients are placed in are usually equipped to provide the appropriate counselling, health care, education, training and social development to set our clients on the road to healing from the horrific abuse they survived.  These facilities are located in a culture that is familiar to the children, where they are among others who are also healing from similar situations of abuse.  IJM provides services and follow up to minors rescued from sexual exploitation from the time they are rescued until they become majors and have completed their aftercare program to ensure that they have been fully restored and can be reintegrated into their communities and can live safe and sustainable lives on their own.  We are grateful to have a variety of aftercare partners that provide a range of excellent services to our clients from shelter care to economic empowerment opportunities.[lt]/span[gt][/p][p][lt]span[gt] [lt]/span[gt][/p][p][lt]span[gt] [lt]/span[gt][/p]

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Jan 31, 2017



plus £25.00 Gift Aid

May 10, 2016

Angela Salmon

Such a worthwhile cause!!

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