Empowerment and healing for women moving on from violence

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About this course: 

The course aims to provide delegates with a better understanding of suicidality and to become better prepared and equipped to help survivors experiencing suicidal thoughts and crisis.

Learning Outcomes:

• Increase awareness of suicidal myths & facts

• Increase awareness of suicidality and links with distress, and self-injurious behavior

• Increase awareness of the Integrated Motivational Volitional model of suicide and neurobiological responses

• Increase awareness of the suicidal journey - Mind / body separation, suicidal imagery, hopelessness

• Increase awareness of the risk factors & warning signs

• Increase awareness of the narrative approach to assessment

• Understand the collaborative approach to suicidal management

• Understand safeguarding considerations and action

• Understand the importance of self-preservation and promoting professional resilience working with suicidal survivors

Accreditation:

The programme is accredited by the Open College Network (London Region). The units for this course all are at level three and have 3 credits each. Please note  that in order to qualify for this course, participant will need to be able to complete all units which means attending all 2 days of the course.  

The units are:

Unit 1: Pathway to Despair: Suicidal Awareness
Unit 2: Exploring Practice from a Trauma Informed Approach
Unit 3: Moving Through – Developing Service Specific Best Practice

Training date(s)
24 Feb 2021 (10:00am) to
25 Feb 2021 (3:00pm)
Cost
FREE
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For more information and to register visit our Eventbrite page.

Contact email
training@wgn.org.uk

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