‘Breaking The Cycle’™
S.O.B’s primary purpose is to empower Y the adult victim /survivor to transform your life holistically through mindset, nutrition and fitness.
Are you an adult victim/survivors who has experienced any form of the following, individually or collectively:
• Emotional abuse
• Physical abuse
• Sexual abuse
As a result of childhood abuse.
Yes? S.O.B. is here to support you.
SOB’s secondary work is to:
• Educate stakeholders – social workers / counsellors / specialist support services / Government about the impact of childhood abuse on the adult and how mindset, nutrition, fitness & de-stressing can improve the mental, emotional & physical health & well being of the adult victim & survivor.
• Work with partners, carers, family members & supporters to improve their ability to support survivors.
MEET THE TRUSTEES
Chris Tuck – Founder, Author, Health & Wellness Coach
As a survivor of all forms of childhood abuse and neglect I know how challenging it is to lead a normal everyday life. With a background in accountancy I re-trained as a health coach because of the problems I faced as a result of he abuse I had suffered. I have been a Health Coach since 2003 and have worked within the Priory Group delivering fitness programmes to inpatients. I now raise awareness about the effects of child abuse on the victims/ survivors’ mental, emotional & physical health and I am a regular speaker/presenter on TV & at national and regional conferences, & events.
Diane Sealey – Communications and Media Relations
Andrew Crawford – Head of Finance
Tracy Weight – Secretary
Local Authority registration and inspection officer, Sure Start Local Programme Manager and an Operations Manager for a family support service working with families with complex needs. I am an adult tutor and have designed and delivered courses for all working in the sector, including child-minders, nursery staff and teaching assistants. I am involved with Survivors of Abuse as I think there is still much to do in uncovering historical abuse, and there are too few places for survivors to turn for support. I am particularly interested in being part of the development of a more innovative approach to promoting positive mental and physical well-being for survivors.