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Supporting Survivors of Childhood Abuse/Trauma: Basic Awareness Workshop 2018

23rd Mar 2018

Friday 23rd March, 10am - 4pm

Floor 6, 1 Cadogan Square, Glasgow, G2 7HF

Refreshments and Lunch Included

DESCRIPTION

A workshop aimed at supporting professionals who would like to gain a greater understanding of the impact of childhood abuse/trauma and best practice in supporting disclosures.

Topics covered will include:

  • Prevalence of Childhood Abuse

  • Barriers to Children Disclosing

  • Barriers to Adults Disclosing

  • Long Term Impacts

  • Understanding Coping Strategies

  • Impact on Non-Abusing Parents

  • Supporting Disclosure

  • Disclosure and Beyond – Supporting Recovery

  • Survivor’s Stories

What others have said about our training:

  • “Practical exercises gave me a whole new insight into some of the barriers in speaking out”

  • “Loved the experiential exercises – gave another dimension to the training”

  • “I now feel I have a much fuller understanding of how difficult disclosure can be and why”

 

PRICES

  • Voluntary Sector: £80 per person

  • Statutory Agency: £100 per person

 

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