The Everyman Project is a charitable organisation whose mission is to help prevent violence in society, in particular domestic violence and abuse.  The core activity is working with perpetrators to address the root causes of this.  The Everyman Project also provides advice, support and counselling to survivors of domestic abuse and violence.


Geographical area service covers

London and surrounding areas

Who is the service for?

Perpetrators and survivors of domestic abuse

Referral routes into service (professionals, self)

Self referral

Risk level you support

Low to high

Other relevant information

Everyman Project is a counselling service. We are an organisational member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). We work both with individuals needing support and with public sector agencies who make referrals to us or wish to develop joint services.

Our main focus is working with male perpetrators of domestic abuse and violence.

For male perpetrators, we have developed a two-stage model based on principles of counselling. This is a 30-week programme which starts with a suitability assessment, followed by 13 weeks of one to one counselling and then 16 weeks of group counselling.  We help break into the cycle of abuse and violence by challenging and supporting perpetrators to take responsibility for their actions and stop altogether their abusive, angry and violent behaviours.   You can read more on our SERVICES page.

We also support the survivors of domestic abuse and violence  

This service is provided for all genders by a specialist therapist who can offer safety planning, support in making life changes and wider counselling.  This is open to all survivors of domestic abuse, including elder abuse and child-to-parent abuse, whether in the past or on-going. You can read more on our SERVICES page.

Training programmes

Drawing on the experience we have developed by working in this field for over 20 years, we also offer bespoke training programmes on working with perpetrators of domestic violence.