Doing no further harm: Working with mental health impacts of domestic & sexual abuse (CPD course)
CPD: 6 points
This is an engaging course for anyone who wants to further their understanding of the relationship between mental health and domestic abuse, and develop a trauma-informed approach to working with women and young people to support their recovery.
Who is this training suitable for?
The course is suitable for support workers, mental health practitioners, and anyone interested in developing a trauma-informed response to survivors of abuse.
Women’s Aid members: £150
Director, VIDA Sheffield [& M.C. Sheffield Area Refuge & Support]
Maureen has worked on issues of domestic and sexual abuse since the late 70’s, in a campaigning, training and awareness role. She has been supporting the development of specialist services and was the Sheffield’s Co-ordinator for strategic work to tackle domestic abuse for 15 years, (when VIDA was known as Sheffield Domestic Abuse Forum).
Currently she is engaged in training delivery, strategic work, fundraising and she is also a longstanding Committee member of Sheffield Women’s Aid. VIDA have an excellent reputation for high quality, experiential training on a range of issues related to domestic and sexual abuse.
Clinical Manager, Eva Women’s Services, VIDA Sheffield
Jane has over 15 years’ experience of developing and delivering a range of training related to domestic and sexual abuse. She has held various roles with SDAF/VIDA, first as Coordinator of the Step by Step group work programme for children affected by domestic abuse and their mothers, then Floating Support Service manager, and now Clinical Manager of our Eva Women’s Therapy Service.
Jane is a qualified Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist [accredited with BABCP] and an EMDR practitioner, specialising in trauma focused therapy.