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AFRUCA Workshops on Mental Health & African Children (London)

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TPP Recruitment

4th Floor Sherborne House

119-121 Cannon Street

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EC4N 5AT

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DATE: THURSDAY 29TH MARCH 2017
TIME: 9:30 - 3:30PM
VENUE: TPP RECRUITMENT | LONDON | EC4N 5AT

Aims:
This workshop will focus on the mental health impact of child abuse and exploitation linked to cultural and religious practices amongst Black African children and repairing the damage of abuse on mental health. Key issues addressed by AFRUCA Mental Health service including Female Genital Mutilation, the Branding of Children as Witches as well as the use of juju and oath rituals to control victims of Trafficking and Exploitation will be explored. The range of psychological impact of the above and the role of practitioners in understanding and supporting young people with these experiences will also be a focus of these workshops.
We will utilise an array of learning and teaching styles including small group discussions, experiential hands-on learning, multimedia methods and lecture delivery along with case studies will be interwoven throughout.


Workshop Outcomes:

  • Improve knowledge of key Mental Health issues affecting Black/African children experiencing Trafficking and exploitation, Witchcraft Branding and FGM.
  • A better understanding of the psychological and cultural syndromes of Black/African children experiencing different forms of culturally based child abuse and exploitation.
  • Enhanced ethical practices when working psychologically with Black/African children
  • Increased capacity of stakeholders and their ability to psychologically support victims of abuse in a culturally sensitive manner.

Workshop Summary:

Part One:

  • A brief introduction to cultural intelligence and some exploration of cultural and religious practices impacting on child safeguarding among affected groups.

Part Two:

  • The psychological impact of child trafficking and exploitation, FGM, witchcraft and religion.
  • Repairing the Damage: Clinical intervention with child victims of trafficking and exploitation focusing on AFRUCA’s work


Target Audience:

  • CAMHs (Child and adolescent mental services);
  • Adult Mental health services,
  • Mental health practitioners,
  • G.P’s, Nurses,
  • Psychologists,
  • Universities conducting clinical training courses for nurses, therapists etc.
  • Anti-Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Teams
  • Border Force
  • Immigration and UK Visa Teams
  • Vulnerable Persons Coordinators
  • Missing Persons Units
  • ISVAs
  • Rape and Sexual Assault Support Centres and Specialists
  • Social Workers and Social Services Officers
  • Housing Officers
  • Police Service
  • Serious and Organised Crime Units
  • Port and Airport Authorities
  • Safeguarding Adults Teams
  • Health Service Professionals
  • Sexual Health Practitioners
  • Probation Officers
  • Compliance Officers
  • Mental Health Practitioners
  • Local Safeguarding Children Boards
  • Child Protection and Looked-After Children Teams
  • CAMHS teams
  • Victim Support Representatives
  • Community Cohesion and Development Organisations
  • Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships
  • Local Criminal Justice Boards
  • Community Safety Teams
  • Neighbourhood Policing Teams
  • Sheltered Housing Associations
  • Criminal Justice Practitioners
  • Judges and Magistrates
  • Legal Professionals
  • Local Authority Officers and Councillors
  • Central Government Departments and Agencies including NCA, UKHTC, UKBA, FCO, DFID, CPS,
  • DH and Home Office
  • Equality and Diversity Practitioners
  • Third Sector Practitioners
  • Academics and Researchers

FAQs

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Contact josie@afruca.org or call 0207 704 2261

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Tickets purchased for this event are transferable. If you wish to transfer your ticket to someone else, please send an email to training@afruca.org. Please state your name, your Eventbrite order ID and the name full name of the person you wish to transfer the ticket to.

Are there any other payment methods?

If you prefer to pay by cheque, invoice or BACS please email josie@afruca.org or call 0207 704 2261 for a booking form. Please note that we charge an administrative fee of £8 for invoicing.

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TPP Recruitment

4th Floor Sherborne House

119-121 Cannon Street

London

EC4N 5AT

United Kingdom

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