Use Your Strength To Change, Not Control.

We know it can be hard to accept that your behaviour may be hurting your loved ones. Looking to change shows strength, asking for help shows strength. Finding out more about our services is a big stride towards using healthier behaviours with your partner and children.


The Jenkins Centre offers a range of support to help those that struggle to control their emotions in their relationships, or need support to change.

Our sessions provide non-judgmental space, ideal if you’re looking to change your behaviour and improve your relationships with those around you. We offer a range of support, unique for different circumstances, depending on where people are in their journey:

During the sessions, we will:

Listen – Provide opportunity for you to talk about how you feel.
Provide Tools – Give you tailored tips and tools that will help you on your journey.
Help Improve Relationships – Help you to build and maintain happier, healthier relationships as you move forward.

You will explore what abusive behaviour is and the impact it has. You can explore your emotions and behaviours, and how to communicate in a healthy and respectful way. We’ll also talk through what can be harmful in a relationship, along with the foundations of a successful relationship.


There’s no doubt that our change programmes can be life changing for those ready to take responsibility. Hear from some of our clients that have previously completed our range of transformative courses:

“I have discovered my weaknesses; defensiveness, fear and stubbornness, selfish behaviour and disrespectful attitude. I have learnt how to change this through the programme.”

“I’ve been given advice throughout the programme, such as self-talk, offering tips to improve quality of life and relationships.”

“A very good course, I would recommend this to anyone.”


If you’re not ready to speak to someone about your behaviour, we have a range of information and resources available for you to read and use in the meantime.

Find out what you can do to help yourself, and begin adjusting your behaviour →

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