Please note: you may have difficulty in registering online using mobile devices. We recommend that you use a laptop or computer if that is the case. Alternatively email / telephone 01212317465 for further assistance.

The impact of Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA) on emotional & psychological wellbeing is often undermined and yet statistics show that a grave picture the reality, including that 70% of those in in-patient psychiatric units, and 80% in secure units have histories of physical and or sexual abuse.

The objective of this training day is to expose the consequences of DVA on the mental wellbeing of adult & child victims, as well as equip delegates on the best informed approaches to use.  There is also an opportunity to learn about finding recovery emotionally & psychologically.

Under our initiative for “Tackling Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA) In Faith Communities”, the training day is designed to educate, equip, and empower delegates to apply approaches that prioritise the needs of adult & child survivors, ensuring that their safety is maintained at all times, and that they are encouraged to find complete freedom so that they experience the fullness of life again, regardless of the extent of devastation they may have encountered.

Date: Thursday, 6 July 2017, 10.00am to 3.00pm. Registration at 9.30am.

Venue: The Signing Tree Conference Centre, Ladywood Road, BIRMINGHAM, West Midlands, B16 8SZ

Cost: £67.00 per delegate, inclusive of educational materials. REGISTER ONLINE or email for offline payments, alternatively call 01212317465. Concessions for survivors of DVA available. Places are limited.

Trainers: Kate LucreQualified Social Worker, Diversely Qualified Psychotherapist, EMDR Accredited Practitioner, Trainer & Supervisor, & Director Of Kia Kaha Psychotherapy & Training;Kudakwashe Nyakudya – Qualified Mental Health Nurse specialising in Child & Adolescent Mental Health, Psychology & Nutrition, & Founder Director Of Kahrmel Wellness.

Open to national delegates, & ideal for CPD, this training is especially suitable for  statutory service workers, academics, survivors of DVA, politicians, other professionals who work with victims & perpetrators of DVA, multi-faith leaders, & members of multi-faith communities.

Topics include:

  1. Impact Of Childhood Experiences Of DVA To Mental Wellbeing In Adulthood
  2. The Complexities Of Adult & Child Mental Illness Related To Domestic Abuse
  3. Interventions For Victims Affected By Substance Misuse, & Or Intellectual Disabilities
  4. Fostering Enriched Relationships Between Non-abusive Parents & Their Children
  5. Compassion Based Approaches For Emotional & Psychological Recovery
  6. Finding Complete Restoration & Fullness Of Life
  7. Legal Perspectives & Mental Illness
  8. Faith Perspectives In DVA

Please note: no refunds are available for cancellations made within 3 weeks to an event date.


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