Grooming Behaviours©

Grooming Behaviour’ is an online CPD-certified course for Instructors, Trainers, and Organisations.

Unique, thought-provoking,  Insightful & highly relevant we offer an entirely alternative approach by exploring other examples of  grooming, delivered in easily relatable every day scenarios that have become so common placed in our society, they are frequently overlooked.

Both Adults and Children can become victims of grooming behaviours – there are a multitude of scenarios where grooming behaviours lead to Manipulation, Exploitation, Abuse and Coercive Control.

Understanding how this behaviour happens is crucial if we want to prevent it.

Raising awareness and providing insight into the kind of behaviours regularly used by people who seek to take advantage of others and gain from their misery.

Grooming Behaviour's  for Instructors, Training Providers, Coaches and Organisations. 


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The impact of trauma can be devastating and being  groomed can be traumatic. The experience often leaves victims feeling embarrassed, ashamed and guilt ridden for many years to come. 

Being deceived by someone we trust and respect takes its toll on our emotions and wellbeing, having an adverse impact on a victims confidence and self-esteem. Being Grooming behaviours may lead victims to question their reality, causing confusion and/ or anxiety. 

Grooming may cause victims to feel in some ways complicit; as they convince themselves that they should have seen what was coming or they should have known better.

Understanding that we are not responsible for the behaviours of others makes sense, but understanding it and accepting it are two separate things entirely and it may not always be enough to prevent the negative emotional impact that follows. Victims regularly blame  themselves despite being able to reason that they could not possibly have known and are not to blame for trusting someone unworthy of their trust. 

This is especially true if a victim has encountered a similar traumatic event in the past.

How to respond to the negative behaviours of others is often out-with the control of victims who have experienced previous trauma as they become triggered yet often unaware of what is happening to them or why.  Knowing how to respond in such a situation is vital if we hope to protect ourselves.

This is where STAND comes in!

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