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Keeping good case notes and records can be hard. It may be very time consuming and some staff may not know what to record or how to record in the most efficient way. This 3 hour eWorkshop will help in taking some of the pain out of keeping case notes by giving clear guidelines on the how and why of recording as well as giving suggestions on what should be recorded. The eWorkshop will be useful to: anyone involved in…Find out more »
Anxiety explained. Kids empowered! Anxiety is a very normal human response but for as many as 1 in 5 young people, the symptoms become so intrusive, they significantly interfere with day to day living. The effects can steal into families, classrooms and friendships. They can undermine the way children see themselves and shrink their world – but it doesn’t have to be this way. Anxiety is very manageable when it is recognised and properly managed. With the right support children…Find out more »
Toxic Love: DFV TYPOLOGIES – Two types of Domestic Violence / Cobra vs. Pit Bull Typology-eWorkshop- 24- Feb- 2023
The workshop is for community services and non-for profit organisations, domestic violence organisations and charities, health, welfare and community workers who want to gain deeper insights into the mechanics behind sustained patterns of abuse, or improve skills in working with victims and domestic violence perpetrators. In attending our 3-hour workshop: You’ll learn the difference between situational couple violence and sustained pattern of violence 95-98% of abusers are men. These two types of domestic Violence have different root causes and consequences…Find out more »
As the knowledge of 'gaslighting' is increasing in the general public it is important to know how to identify what exactly gaslighting is. It is also important to know when someone is exposed to gaslighting, as this area is important for clients to understand that it is not about their behaviour but about the behaviour of the one gaslighting them. Gaslighting at times is misused to identify relationships problems so it is important to know what is and is not…Find out more »
Working with ‘disengaged’ young people means doing something unexpected, nothing ‘clever’ but something less likely so we can elicit a response of curiosity; a response of ‘okay let’s see…’ Each of these ten activities aims to, openly and intriguingly, do exactly this. Young people are super-physical, super-influenced by their emotions, and respond super-impulsively to what’s going on around them. This workshop will take you through a process that looks at how to harness all this, particularly when a young person…Find out more »
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