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White Ribbon Day 2019

Posted on November 25, 2019 by New Pathways.

Our teams have been busy attending events and raising awareness to mark White Ribbon Day 2019.

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A new home for New Pathways’ services in Swansea.

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We are pleased to report that the move of the Swansea SARC from Hendrefoilan to SA1 has been greatly received. As well as the new SARC facility there is a much bigger and brighter counselling space for adults and children. The training room is already in full use, with both internal and external training taking […]

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The Seren Môr Consortium

Posted on October 25, 2019 by New Pathways.

New Pathways is pleased to be part of the Seren Môr Consortium. The Seren Môr Consortium is a partnership of specialist organisations working together to end Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence. The Seren Môr Consortium has recently been formalised with the completion of a due diligence procedure and sign off of our […]

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We are recruiting! Funding and Opportunities Manager

Posted on September 6, 2019 by New Pathways.

We are looking for a full time Funding and Opportunities Manager to join us, based in South Wales. We are looking for a professional fundraiser with a proven track record, who has the right skills and qualities to secure the funds we need to grow and develop our client services. We believe that our clients […]

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Learning from Adult Survivors of Sexual Violence and their Experiences of Counselling

Posted on August 15, 2019 by New Pathways.

New Pathways has completed a piece of research, funded by Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales. Our aim was to understand the counselling experience by eliciting the views of male and female adults who use New Pathways’ counselling services. A summary of the results of this research is included here –  Final – Research Findings […]

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Our thanks to HRH Duchess of Cornwall

Posted on July 5, 2019 by New Pathways.

We were thrilled to welcome HRH Duchess of Cornwall to our office in Cardiff yesterday. The Duchess met with clients, staff and funders. We were joined by Jane Hutt, Welsh Government Minister, the Lord Major of Cardiff and partners from the VAWDASV sector. A tweet from Clarence House said “Thank you to everybody at New Pathways and all […]

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A new home for New Pathways’ services in Gwent

Posted on June 25, 2019 by New Pathways.

We are delighted to announce that Rothbury House will become our new centre to support clients in Gwent. New Pathways has purchased Rothbury House, a Grade II listed building in Stow Park Circle, in Newport. The building, built in 1882, has been empty for 13 years and will need a considerable amount of repair and restorative […]

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New Trauma Informed Level 5 Diploma Launched!

Posted on May 24, 2019 by New Pathways.

We are very excited to announce that we have developed a new, trauma informed, Level 5 Diploma in Counselling for Trauma. This specialist course will run for the first time in September from our Cardiff premises. Full details are available here –  Level 5 Diploma in Counselling for Trauma – Information Sheet Applications forms are available here […]

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Tell us your experience of using services in Dyfed Powys.

Posted on February 14, 2019 by New Pathways.

The Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is preparing a Needs Assessment to help develop future services and arrangements that contribute towards the Police and Crime Plan priorities: Keeping our communities safe. Safeguarding the vulnerable. Protecting our communities from serious threats. Connecting with communities. If you have used any services funded by the PCC […]

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Have your say about support services in Bridgend.

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Have you or someone close to you ever been a victim of sexual violence, domestic violence, forced marriage, so-called ‘honour’-based violence or female genital mutilation?   If so, you can help us understand what support survivors need most to help them cope and recover. It doesn’t matter how long ago it was, whether you or […]

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