We passionately believe in the value of partnership work.  We work very closely with Fife Rape and Sexual Assault Centre sharing premises and undertaking joint ventures where possible.  We also work closely with Safe Space through regular Trauma Network Meetings.

We provide training for agencies and groups such as foster carers, HomeStart volunteers, and offer the specialist See Me Not My Mask training on the impact of childhood sexual abuse. We provide specialist input to Fife Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conferences, Criminal Justice groups for women offenders, and Women's Aid groups.

We are active members of the Fife Violence Against Women Partnership and the Scottish Government Cross Party Group for Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse.

KASP is an organisational member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. 

We have been heavily involved in the Scottish Government's national strategy for survivors of childhood sexual abuse – SurvivorScotland - and were members of the National Reference Group for its duration.  The SurvivorScotland website is a useful resource for information on the national strategy, current developments, where to seek support etc.


We were part of the National Training Initiative ‘Safe to Say’ through our involvement in co-facilitating this training across Scotland.


We worked with the Voluntary Action Fund to assist them to create new reporting and evaluating systems for the Scottish Government Violence Against Women funded work across Scotland.


We were represented on the Skills for Justice Consultation Group to review National Occupational Standards for preventing and tackling domestic and sexual violence and abuse.


We were involved in a partnership to take forward the Talking Mats initiative across Scotland (see Learning Disability section).