We are open for self-referrals in our Norwich office only. 

The Sue Lambert Trust works with survivors of childhood sexual abuse, rape, sexual assault and domestic violence, offering support to help survivors come to terms with what has happened to them.  We offer a safe, secure environment where people are listened to, believed and accepted.

People working at the Sue Lambert Trust are trained to deal with the many issues surrounding sexual abuse and violence, and domestic violence.  All information will be treated in the strictest confidence.

Much of our counselling and support work is done in Norwich.  We also have premises in Great Yarmouth.  Please click here for details of support available in other parts of the country.


We are open for self-referrals in our Norwich office only. 

Waiting times for services vary. Please contact us by phone, email or in person for further information about the services currently available and how we can help.

We understand that it can be hard to make the initial contact sometimes – if this is the case we will do everything we can to help.  If you have any questions we would be pleased to answer them and there is no obligation at any stage.

Message for agencies
Please note that we are unable to accept agency referrals at this time – due to very high demand referrals can only be accepted from private individuals.  If you are a professional who believes that the Sue Lambert Trust service can help your client please ask your client to contact us directly.


Our range of services

Long term Counselling – Up to 12 months’  face to face weekly sessions with a counsellor.  Working one to one to help with all issues related to sexual abuse and violence. We understand that trauma work can be a lengthy process, especially with our most complex clients. Thus, we are able to extend the length of time for counselling when this is in the best interest of the client.  More info

Short term Counselling – Up to 12 weeks’ face to face sessions with a counsellor. Working one to one to help with all issues related to sexual abuse and violence. A member of the clinical team will determine whether a client might be suitable for short term work, as opposed to long term work, at the initial assessment. More info

Emotional and practical support – One to one support from our trained support workers.

Support groups – Informal support groups for women and for men.  More info

Online resources – We have self-help guides and other information available on our Information & Resources pages of this website

Note all our services are free to clients – although we welcome donations.  If you feel that you will benefit from our services but are concerned that you will not be able to afford to get to us please speak to us to see whether we can help.

 Sue Lambert Trust is a company limited by guarantee, registration number: 06217814
and a registered charity in the UK, number: 1120957