Power to change: facilitation programme
How to set up and run support groups for victims and survivors of domestic violence
This course will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to set up and run support groups for survivors of domestic and sexual violence/abuse using the ‘Power to change’ manual.
The manual is the result of a collaboration between feminist activists and practitioners from five countries – Estonia, Portugal, Italy, UK and Hungary (who co-ordinated the project). Over two years we worked together through workshop sessions and email exchanges to develop this resource, drawing on our varied knowledge and experience of working with survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
Extensive consultation on the manual and its content was also carried out with specialist domestic abuse practitioners and with survivors.
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Full Women’s Aid members: £295
Participants will be given the facilitators handbook to take away on the day.
Dr Bianca Petkova is an experienced training officer at Women’s Aid. She is a trained psychologist specialising in the psychology of women. Since joining Women’s Aid in 2008, Bianca has developed and delivered many accredited and bespoke courses for practitioners in the field of domestic abuse.