Dealing with Disclosures (DWD) is a one-day training course designed to provide professionals with skills to effectively and confidently respond to disclosures of sexual violence.
“Very enjoyable and informative. I have found this course extremely helpful and will take it into my workplace.” RPE Professional Education Participant
Sexual violence impacts the lives of many in New Zealand. It is essential for our communities to know how to support people who have experienced sexual violence.
Are You Confident in Dealing with Disclosures of Sexual Violence?
In this one day interactive workshop you will learn about:
• Historical perspectives, myths and societal beliefs of sexual violence.
• The prevalence, dynamics and effects of sexual violence.
• The legal aspects of sexual violence.
• The practical implications of dealing with disclosures for your client, and you as a professional.
• Effective, safe pathways to responding to a disclosure.
• Services available in your area for survivors and people working with them.
ONE DAY WORKSHOP
2013 dates TBD
Venue: 26A Crummer Rd, Grey Lynn, Auckland
Full-day Interactive Workshop, including lunch and tea – Only $224.25 incl GST.
To download a DWD registration form click Registration-Form
**Receive 50% discount on any half day course when booking
a full day and half day course at the same time.**
(Private workshops available for groups as requested.)
Please contact us to learn about other Professional Education Training Courses available, including:
- Young People & Sexual Violence
- Child Sexual Abuse
- Sexual Violence working with the Adolescent Generation (S.W.A.G)
- Adult Sexual Violence
- Trauma Informed Advocacy
- Contributing Complexities Exploring gender stereotypes and their contribution to sexual violence
- Creating Respectful Communities A view in to sexual violence prevention
- Safer Communities All Night (S.C.A.N) Host Responsibilility
- A+ Training (Mental Health)
- Post Natal Training
- Disabilities Training
- Older People & Sexual Violence
For bookings and more information:Ratika Rai Programmes Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org Phone (09) 361 2725