Online training: Working with Victims of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)
Online Training via Zoom
9th November 2020, 9.30am – 4pm, UK time
Cost: £48 (Including VAT)
Email for bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
CCATS are excited to offer training for individuals who work directly with victims of IPV, or those who expect to in the future. It will also be helpful for individuals who do not work directly with victims but wish to develop their knowledge on IPV. Specifically, it will cover:
- What Intimate Partner Violence is.
- The background of Intimate Partner Violence.
- Intimate Partner Violence perpetration.
- Management of abuse within abusive relationships.
- Methods to support victims of Intimate Partner Violence.
The training aims to increase individuals’ understanding of the theory that underpins IPV perpetration and how abusive behaviours are managed by those in the abusive relationships. It also aims to develop individuals’ knowledge and confidence in skills that can be applied when working with victims effectively.
For bookings, please email: email@example.com
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Vicarious Trauma Workshop: Supporting practitioners who work with traumatised clients
On November 19th Coastal Child and Adult Therapeutic Services hosted a workshop event: Vicarious Trauma: Supporting Practitioners who work with traumatised clients.
The one day workshop is designed for practitioners who work with people who have experienced trauma, or for anyone who has an interest in this area. Feedback from Sam’s workshop was very positive: “informative & interactive”, “CCATS trainer, helpful input”, “very knowledgeable & engaging”, “very diverse, easy to stay focused”, “well presented”, “pleasant & approachable”, “very knowledgeable and engaging”.
The workshop was delivered by Sam Keeley, a Forensic Psychologist in Training based at CCATS. Sam works with child, adolescent and adult clients in community services, providing therapeutic intervention and assessment. He also provides consultancy and support services for the residential care sector. He has experience delivering training in this and other areas. He is also an EMDR practitioner.
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Understanding & Managing Trauma: Building Resilience
On September 19th CCATS hosted a one-day training workshop on understanding and managing trauma: building resilience. The event was designed for practitioners who work with children and adolescents, or for anyone with an interest in the area. The workshop was delivered by Kimberley McNeill, a Forensic Psychologist in Training based at CCATS. Kimberley works with child, adolescent and adult clients in forensic and community services, providing therapeutic intervention and collaborative assessments. She has experience delivering training in this area. She has also published in the area of trauma and is a trained EMDR practitioner.
Feedback from the workshop was excellent: “it surpassed my expectations”, “superb in every aspect”, “absolutely out of this world”, “huge insight into trauma”, “excellent training, very useful”.
Kimberley herself received some great feedback: “brilliantly present”, “enthusiastic and relatable”, “your style and training delivery is off the scale”.
For further details on the range of topics covered by CCATS training courses, see Training for professionals.
If you require any assistance with your training requirements, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org