Not The Only One is a project designed to reach out to university students who have experienced childhood sexual abuse. As a group, CSA survivors are often invisible, not only to society, but also to each other, and suffer from stigma and isolation. At the same time, survivors tend to experience great difficulties especially in young adulthood, and often face a lack of understanding and support. Through workshops, presentations, support groups, and open forums, this project aims to create spaces for young survivors to come together, raise awareness, and offer specialist therapeutic support.


The open drop-in will take place every Wednesday in February as well as every 2nd Wednesday from March to July 2018, from 5-7pm at T102 at 22 Russell Square. It is open to all students and staff, survivors as well as those who want to know more about the topic and learn how to support survivors. To book a slot please click on the date in the calendar and fill out the form for the date you like to attend.


The support group is open to students who have experienced childhood sexual abuse. It will be taking place every 2nd week from the 28th of March to mid July. The group is open, so you can still sign up and join group once it has started. Before joining the group we would meet for a one-to-one chat to make sure the group is the right thing for you and give you an opportunity to meet the facilitator and ask any questions you may have. You can either directly book a slot or message through the form below: