Aspire provides assessment and intervention for children and adults coping with sexually harmful behaviour.
Our SHB service identifies people at risk of exposure, and those at risk of displaying this behaviour.
We assess both victims and perpetrators to assist local authorities in care planning and offer comprehensive intervention programmes to support adults and young people to develop healthy sexual behaviours.
As always, our services are responsive to need and carried out by practitioners with specific expertise, experience and training.
We’re a small team of practitioners with more than 20 years’ experience working in this field, bringing a level of expertise and qualification which is unprecedented in the South West.
Our SHB service is based in Dorset and run by Georgia Savva and Anja Budke – both of whom have specific expertise, experience and training in the assessment and treatment of victims and perpetrators of sexually harmful behaviour.
As a regional agency, we’re able to offer a more localised service than other providers. This means we already have a good understanding of local resources and that we can offer interventions within our own communities – eliminating the need to move away for therapy or rehabilitation.
We use AIM3 and CASP-R assessment models and offer intervention programmes to address sexually harmful behaviours.
Our team brings a personable, non-judgemental, boundaried and optimistic approach to family assessments and interventions.
We offer a range of services, all of which are responsive to individual need: