In line with our vision for our initiative "Tackling Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA) In Faith Communities", we will be hosting this national training day in Birmingham, as part of a series of 3 similar specialitst training events.
Topics covered will be:
- Complex Dynamics Affecting Adult & Child Victims In Faith Communities
- Spiritual Abuse In The Context Of DVA
- Female Genital Mutilation In The Context Of DVA
- Behavioural Patterns & Traits Of Perpetrators
- Forced Marriage In Faith Communities
- Child Sexual Abuse & Exploitation
- Post-separation DVA
- Collision Of Faith & Culture
- The Model For Tackling Domestic Violence In Faith Communities
This training targeted at multi-faith leaders, members of multi-faith communities, statutory service workers, academics, survivors of Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA), politicians, and professionals who work with victims and perpetrators of DVA.
The training is also ideal for Continual Professional Development, and we are facilitating this specialist training at an affordable rate of £97 per delegate, inclusive of all day refreshments, lunch, and educational literature. Further information is available at http://kahrmelwellness.com/training/. Follow #SafeFaithCommunities on twitter.
For further information and alternative payment methods contact 0121 231 7465.
Please note: no refunds are available for cancellations on or after the 18th of June 2015.
If you are unable to book your place in advance, you will be to register on the training day upon your arrival, at the full price of £97.00.
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We are particularly dedicated to assisting adult & child survivors of Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA), from diverse backgrounds, to rebuild & restore their lives, after they flee from the radically devastating complex experiences of DVA. We vitally focus on empowering them to reach their full potential, thereby experience the fullness of life.
In addition, we have a specialist service targeted at educating, equipping, & empowering faith communities to respond effectively to DVA cases that occur within their environment. This includes radically challenging perpetrators. More information available at www.kahrmelwellness.com.