A.L.E.G. has been accredited as a social service provider since 2005 (permanent accreditation certificate no. 001319/13.06.2014), and since 2016, it has been providing the Certified Service: Counselling centre for the prevention and combating of family violence (operating permit 0000315/27.06.2016, valid for 5 years).
This online counselling platform is intended for victims of domestic and of other types of gender-based violence. Through this platform, our experts can provide information and specialized assistance, so that you can:
• clarify whether your relationship is abusive
• identify types of abuse
• understand what rights you have
• understand how to stop abuse
• understand what steps to make to get out of the difficult situation.
Moreover, to those of you who know about the existence of abusive situations, we can offer information to help you understand the effects of an abuse, how victims react most often and how to help them.
Why Online Counselling?
It is convenient – you can communicate with our psychologist no matter where you are, as you don’t have to travel to their practice. Online counselling programme: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Of course, you can leave us offline messages and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
It is efficient – you can get (psychological, legal, etc.) information to help you find the best solutions to handle your situation.
It is confidential – the conversations on this platform are protected by security measures ensuring that they remain secret. Only authorized A.L.E.G. staff has access to the archive.
It is free – our experts offer specialized assistance and support free of charge.
How Does Online Counselling Work?
Easy. All you have to do is create an account by answering a few simple questions and contact us.
- A standard online session is 30 minutes long.
- A mandatory condition is for communication to be polite and in terms of mutual respect.
- We reserve the right to end a session should the language used be inappropriate or not respect the purpose of this online counselling service.
The content of this website does not necessarily reflect the official position of 2009-2014 EEA grants. The website owner carries full responsibility for the correctness and accuracy of the information presented. For official information on the EEA and Norway grants visit www.eeagrants.org. Project funded through the 2009-2014 EEA Grants within the NGO Fund in Romania.