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FVAWP - See me not my mask: Understanding Individuals Reactions to Sexual Trauma
When: 9.30am - 4.30pm, Monday 19 November 2018 Where: Bankhead Central, Bankhead Park, Glenrothes, KY7 6GH This event is being organised by Fife Violence Against Women Partnership This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.
It is too late to book a place for this particular session, sorry about that.
The aim of this session is to support participants gain an increased understanding around the complexities of disclosure and in particular how those affected may react or respond.
This generic training is aimed at support workers and other professionals who may facilitate disclosure and/or reporting and recording of sexual trauma.
Learning Outcomes by the end of the training participants will be able:
Increased understanding of the complexities surrounding those who have experienced sexual trauma;
Be able to recognise the difficulties for those disclosing or reporting sexual trauma and how that will be presented;
Increased understanding of the importance of the listener/helper role when working with sexual trauma;
Increased skills and understanding in responding to individual disclosure;
Increased knowledge and understanding of good practice.
Facilitators on the day will be Lynn Simpson and Lorraine Cafferkey, Kingdom Abuse Survivors Project.
Please note: Lunch is not being provided, however there are is a café where you can purchase hot and cold food. If you wish to book a place please contact - [email protected]
For further information please contact Mary MacIntyre using the contact details provided below.