Whatever stage you are at after rape or sexual assault, whether you are already receiving support from Survivors' Network or not, you may find the following resources helpful.
This self help guide is for survivors of rape or sexual abuse who want to understand and process their own personal reactions to their experience. When you have suffered rape or sexual abuse it can affect how you think, how you feel, how you behave and how you see the world. We also have a copy of this guide in Urdu, which can be found here.
If you are a professional, or the parent, friend or partner of a survivor of sexual violence you may need information and support too.
These sheets can either be read online, or downloaded and printed.
If you have just been assaulted
Third Party (Anonymous) Reporting
Self Harm and Self Injury
Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault or Abuse
Dissociative Identity Disorder (D.I.D)
Research into the barriers faced by Trans* survivors of sexual violence
A guide for lesbian and bisexual women who have been affected by sexual violence (with thanks to The Lesbian and Gay Foundation)
Information, support and resources from The Counselling Directory
Support resources on abuse of daughters by their mothers, from Making Daughters Safe Again
Grounding Techniques: Mental, Physical, Soothing