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Reports and Case Studies

Annual reports

Annual reports are available for the years 2010-11 and 2011-12.


If you’d like to see older GEWA Annual Reports, please contact us.

Case Studies

GEWA supports many women, children and young people, and their diverse experiences of abuse and recovery are shared in our Case Studies. In accordance with our Confidentiality Policy, all names have been changed to protect the individuals involved.

See all our Case Studies here

Recent Case Studies

  • Case Study: Laura

    Laura, a gay women, contacted our service for advice about the psychological abuse she was experiencing from her partner of 10 years. Laura was not aware that GEWA would support her as it was a woman who was the perpetrator of abuse, and had a fear that she would be judged. She felt relieved to find out that GEWA would support her. She engaged in a process of counselling to help her work through the effects of living with psychological abuse. Continue reading

  • Case Study: Child in Groupwork programme

    By using our monitoring and evaluation tool “All About Me” worksheet, all children in the group noted their likes, dislikes, strengths and weaknesses. When asked to describe himself, this child stated on his worksheet “bad, hell and devil” in the first session of the group. This signified his feelings of anger, blame and shame. By the end of the programme, using the same tool as above, this child described himself as “nice, incredible, good and smart” a marked difference in his view of himself indicating a promotion in his self esteem. Continue reading

  • Case Study: Molly

    Molly was referred by Strathclyde Police following her experience of rape by a stranger. As a consequence of the rape Molly suffered Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and she received weekly counselling support from GEWA. This helped her manage the overwhelming flashbacks, nightmares and fears she had. Continue reading