Angus Violence Against Women
Introduction to working therapeutically with trauma (sexual violence) Training Event • Wednesday 17th November 2021 • 1.30pm – 3.30pm via MS Teams
Gender inequality is a root cause of violence against women and girls. Gender-based violence is committed disproportionality by men against women and covers a range of violence and abuse.
Dundee and Angus Womens’ Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre is a member of AVAWP. They are a specialist agency in Angus that offers a free, confidential service to all women that live in Dundee or Angus. They have a Dundee and Angus Young Survivors Project that provides support to anyone aged 11 to 18 who lives in Dundee or Angus who has experienced sexual abuse of any kind.
WRASAC team will lead the training.
Learn, about psychological trauma and how it affects people. Be able to explore how someone with trauma might present in their own workplace. Learn about the work of WRASAC through a case example. Start to consider how this knowledge can help them in their work. Explore how trauma and working with people affected by trauma can impact workers. Look at self-care and the broader issues that may impact them in their workplaces. (Please note these are similar learning outcomes to the introduction to trauma course, but this course goes into greater depth.)
This training is open to all multiagency staff that work in Angus who work with trauma with your Service Users.
To book a place on the training, click here.