EACH Head Office

Specialist Services for Women

On average two women are killed by their partner or ex-partner every week in England and Wales. (ONS, 2015)

If you have been affected by Sexual or Domestic Violence and Abuse EACH can help you through the following projects, which are confidential and free to access…



Referral forms:

Ascent counselling referral form

Ascent group referral form


 EACH delivers specialist counselling and group support for women and girls under Ascent.  Ascent is a partnership within the London Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) consortium delivering a range of services for survivors of domestic and sexual violence and abuse.  

As part of Ascent, EACH is providing counselling and group therapy in the following boroughs;

  • Brent
  • Harrow
  • Hillingdon
  • Hounslow
  • Ealing
  • Kingston
  • Richmond
  • Wandsworth
  • Merton

For Ascent services in other boroughs please call the Advice Hub (0808 801 0660) or visit www.thelondonvawgconsortium.org.uk

The London VAWG Consortium works to end violence against women and girls.  It is made up of 29 organisations working in partnership to deliver comprehensive, cost effective, high quality front-line services to all communities across London.   

For support…

Call: 020 8577 6059

Email: infoascent@eachcounselling.org.uk 





The Jasmine Project

Referral forms:

Jasmine Project Referral Form 

Jasmine Project Flyer

This service supports women in Ealing with inter-related issues around; domestic and sexual violence, mental health, homelessness, problematic drug and alcohol use.

If you are affected by any of the above, we can provide help and support through groups and counselling.

You can explore your issues in a safe and confidential women-only space, receiving support through group therapy with other women to build your confidence and skills.  One-to-one counselling is also provided by experienced female therapists.  

For support…

Call: 020 8579 4529

Email: jasmine@eachcounselling.org.uk


Sexual and domestic violence and abuse can take many forms. It can be...

  • Physical – hitting, punching, slapping
  • Sexual – rape, abuse, assault
  • Emotional and psychological – putting you down, verbal aggression, coercion
  • Social isolation - stopping you from seeing your friends and family
  • Financial – keeping your money from you, not allowing you to work
  • ‘Honour’ based violence - crimes or incidents commited to protect or defend the 'honour' of the family or community
  • Forcing you to marry someone without your consent
  • Female genital mutilation (FGM) - a cultural practice which causes harm and injury to female sexual health

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