Gaslighting is abusive behaviour used to coercively control and gain power over another individual. Like other forms of coercive control, gaslighting harms those who experience it.
This resource describes gaslighting and what it can look like in the context of intimate partner violence (IPV), examines potential impacts on survivors, and offers strategies for survivors experiencing gaslighting.
Welcome to Intimate Partner Violence Drop-In Group (website edition)
If you are feeling triggered, or in need of support, please call us at (306) 244 – 0127 to connect with one of our Intimate Partner Violence Outreach workers, Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm; outside of these hours, please contact Mobile Crisis at (306) 933-6200, or if you are in imminent danger, call 911.
This booklet has been prepared to help familiarize newcomers to Canada with some of the cultural and legal aspects of family life in Canada. It is not meant to say that the way Canadians view family is the correct way or the best way, but it is the way Canadian society and its laws have developed and it’s important for newcomers to Canada to understand.