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Domestic Violence |By Tina ROYLES; Director ROYLES LTD

“For every moment you stay in such a relationship, the violence and abuse eats away at you, piece by piece, until there is nothing left of you…You look at your reflection and you are a shadow of your former self…in fact you are a ghost” (Royles, 2013) In simple terms domestic violence is a pattern… Continue reading Domestic Violence |By Tina ROYLES; Director ROYLES LTD

Minimising the Impact of Domestic Violence | By Tina ROYLES; Director ROYLES LTD

Perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse are often unwilling to admit or recognise that they and they alone are responsible for their actions. Instead they make excuses for their behaviour blaming it on the set of circumstances or run up to the argument, or by blaming their partner. Reflecting or exploring their own behaviour would… Continue reading Minimising the Impact of Domestic Violence | By Tina ROYLES; Director ROYLES LTD

Immigration delays pushing individuals to suicide – By Tina Royles; Director Royles Ltd

When I open my 'inbox', I see another immigration case where the 'applicant' is at their lowest ebb, stressed to the nines, doesn't know which way to turn, and as a result, is contemplating 'suicide'. Welcome to the 21st Century in 'GREAT' Britain A far cry from the 1950's when "GREAT' Britain operated an 'open… Continue reading Immigration delays pushing individuals to suicide – By Tina Royles; Director Royles Ltd

Coercive Control: How it ‘makes’ you love the person that hurts you the most! – By Tina Royles; Director Royles Ltd

"Sadly, the account described below in The Guardian's article, is an all to often real life story of what the majority of individuals living in a relationship where coercive power and control is prominent. I have worked in the area of domestic violence in a professional capacity for almost three decades; firstly as a police… Continue reading Coercive Control: How it ‘makes’ you love the person that hurts you the most! – By Tina Royles; Director Royles Ltd

The length’s people go…’forging a partner’s signature’ – By Tina Royles, Director Royles Ltd

Having been a former police officer, I have to say not many things surprise or shock me where obtaining evidence for fraud is concerned, yet the below highlighted case would, I have no doubt been disturbing for most. When money is at stake though, there are no lengths it appears, out of bounds, that some… Continue reading The length’s people go…’forging a partner’s signature’ – By Tina Royles, Director Royles Ltd

Bank’s are ‘Failing’ Domestic Violence, Divorce, and Separation Clients! – By Tina Royles; Director Royles Ltd

"Relationship difficulties are often painful and traumatic for the individuals involved, and the range of emotions that are experienced can feel unpredictable, adding to their vulnerability. The added ingredient of domestic violence can make the process of separation and divorce more difficult and damaging" (Royles, 2017). As a qualified psychotherapist, former police officer, and as… Continue reading Bank’s are ‘Failing’ Domestic Violence, Divorce, and Separation Clients! – By Tina Royles; Director Royles Ltd

Domestic Violence Complainants ‘failed’ by Police – By Tina Royles; Director Royles Ltd

  As a child I remember reading the Ladybird book 'The Policeman'. It was actually one of my favourite books, not only because being a police officer was the thing I'd set my heart on being when 'I grew up', but equally because of the messages inside the book and what those messages reinforced. A… Continue reading Domestic Violence Complainants ‘failed’ by Police – By Tina Royles; Director Royles Ltd