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One to one help

If you would like to speak to Jennifer Perry and get one to one advice or have her help you with a stalking risk assessment or safety plan, choose one of the options below.

Expert help

  • Do you feel that no one understands your situation?
  • Do you need advice on stalking or ex-partner abuse?

Would you like someone that not only understands what you are going through but can provide advice specific to you?

Jennifer has worked with both men and women who experience abuse. She understands how abusers think, the tactics they use and how impacts on their victims.

She can help victims to understand better what is happening, what the risks are and what actions to take.

Jennifer knows the law around abuse but also how the criminal justice system and support agencies can let victims down.

Talking to Jennifer was a huge relieve, the advice and information she sent made a big difference.
— Monica
“It was such a relieve to have someone believe me”
— Ian
“Jennifer knew exactly what I was going through. She understands it so well she could tell me without me even tell her!”
— Lucy
One to One Consultation
from 45.00

Would you like to have a one to one consulation with Jennifer Perry? You can choose to speak to her 30, 45 or 60 minutes. Every consultation is followed up with you personalised response with a personal recommendations. This maybe useful when working with the police or other agencies.

You will be asked to fill out a short questionaire when you purchase a consultation. We will arrange a time for you to speak to Jennifer. We can usually arrange an appointment with in a day or two.

You will find Jennifer easy to talk to, supportive and anything you discussed is confidential.

Stalking Risk Assessment

Stalking is serious but misunderstood by police, criminal justice and domstic violence professionals. Stalking raises the risks for both physical and persistent abuse. Stalking risk assessments helps victims to understand what is happening and how to take action against abuse. A stalking risk assessment can also be useful to provide to the police and courts to help them identify the pattern of stalking behaviour.

There is an option to also have a safety plan done at the same time. This will help to identify both physical and digital risks and provide recommendations.