Group work

Gippsland CASA is committed to providing services that meet the needs of the community and as such runs group work according to demand. This means that a group can be developed based on an identified needs of people who have experienced sexual assault, their supports and the community. The following lists the currently available groups:

  • Developing coping skills and education about trauma
  • Living Safer Sexual Lives- designed for, and lead by people with an intellectual disability
  • Sexualised behaviours uncovered - education and support for non-offending parents with children or young people displaying sexualised behaviours
  • Creative therapy- uses art as a form of expression about the trauma
  • Looking inside- body awareness group looking at nutrition and relaxation
  • Parenting after trauma- for non-offending parents or care givers looking at the needs of the children who have experienced sexual assault and the family following a disclosure of sexual assault
  • Protective behaviours - what can we do to prevent sexual assault?

Please check the “News and events” section of this website for more details or contact us to register interest.

To contact any Victorian CASA or the Sexual Assault Crisis Line phone 1800 806 292

For sexual assault counselling within Australia phone 1800 RESPECT