Concerned about your own thoughts or behaviour?
Ways to look after your wellbeing & self care
Self-help, information and support to help you look after yourself, motivate and manage change as well as help you have a better understanding of you feelings and emotions and how to deal with them.Learn More
Are you worried about inappropriate thoughts or behaviour?
Self-help, information and support for people troubled by their sexual thoughts about children and young people. Help to cope with unwanted feelings and manage problematic behaviour.Get Support
Are you worried about your online behaviour?
Self-help, information and support to stop viewing sexual images of children or having sexual conversations with children.Get Help
Information and support to encourage you to move forward positively
Self-help, information and support on how to continue moving forward, disclose your offending and build a fulfilling life.Learn More
To access our online self-help resources, click on one of the sections above. These sections offer valuable information about the consequences of certain behaviours, available treatment programs, and the support you can receive. Rest assured that we prioritise your privacy and anonymity; we do not collect any personal information from our users. Both our website and Stop It Now! helpline is completely anonymous and free of charge.
The self-help are divided into four sections, allowing you to work through them at your own pace. These sections will assist you in managing challenging emotions, understanding your thoughts and behaviours, and making positive changes in your life.
If you have any concerns, questions, or would just like to talk about what you are going through, our non-judgemental helpline advisors are here to support you. You can stay anonymous and don’t have to give your real name or any contact details. If you’re not ready to speak to anyone yet, you can also use our live chat or send a secure email.
If you are worried about acting on sexual urges to harm a child or access illegal material you can take part in an anonymous online therapy programme. To find out more please contact Prevent It.
Help with research
Participants are required for an online survey study exploring the relationship between sexual interests, attitudes towards sex crimes, and self-reported behaviours.
The study will:
- Involve completing an anonymous online survey
- Require volunteering no more than 30 minutes of your time
- Help us to understand the relationship between under-researched areas of forensic psychology
- Help us to further understand risk in adults
If you are over 18 years of age and are keen to contribute to our knowledge and understanding in this important and under-researched area of forensic psychology, please access the study here: https://napiersas.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dp7hPtGAxWOEFEi
If you are over 18 you could help with academic research.
If you have been sexually communicating with children online, please consider completing this online survey.
Pivotal Recovery are looking for people to take part in a free, confidential and anonymous pilot study to explore the efficacy of their online recovery programme for sex and porn addiction. If your sexual behaviours feel compulsive or addictive, you can find out more about the pilot study and how to join here.