Our current services incorporate:

Counselling and support - to anyone over the age of sixteen who has been sexually abused as a child, to partners, family members or anyone supporting someone who has been abused.  The counselling that we provide is open ended and our counsellors mainly work from a person centred or psychodynamic perspective. 

Electronic Support - via text, email and electronic counselling support.

Advocacy – support with accessing legal advice, benefits etc.

Group activities – therapeutic and social support groups are provided according to need.

Library – a wide range of books and publications are available for loan.

Training – At KASP we believe that survivors have a voice and that their voice needs to be heard. Therefore we are focused on helping survivors to thrive in the wider community with the information and knowledge they give to us. We use this information to create comprehensive training packages that enable us to pass the information onto other workers. We do this by providing training on Childhood Sexual Abuse to voluntary and statutory agencies throughout Fife and beyond. We provide one day and two day training workshops on childhood sexual abuse. The training typically covers the effects of abuse and dealing sensitively and effectively with disclosure. We are also able to provide bespoke training geared specifically to the particular needs of an agency.

Agencies who are interested in accessing any level of training can contact us to discuss their training requirements.

Domestic Abuse – a specialist service is available to survivors of CSA who are or who have experienced domestic violence.

Learning Disability –a specialist service is available to survivors of CSA who have mild to moderate learning disability.

Website, www.kasp.org.uk  – our website is a platform to promote our services and update on current activities. 

Newsletter – A quarterly newsletter is produced which has a distribution of 3,500 copies via email.



If you wish to use our services all you need to do is give us a call (01592 644217) or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or get someone to call on your behalf.  Once we have your details, we will arrange to meet with you within for your initial information session appointment.  At this meeting we will chat with you about our services, your needs and which services may help you. There is no expectation for you to disclose private details of your abuse if you don’t want to.  Depending on your needs, you will be placed on our waiting list for counselling or referred to the appropriate member of our team.