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SETDAB Lecture Series – Domestic Abuse & Suicide – Delivered by Tim Woodhouse

Wednesday 15th March 2023, 14:00 – 15:00 via Microsoft Teams

Session Objectives:

  • Increased understanding of the statistical relationship between domestic abuse and suicide.
  • Increased awareness why people impacted by domestic abuse are dying by suicide.
  • Increased knowledge of how front line practitioners can amend their practice to reduce the risk of suicide amongst the people they support.

About your Trainer 

Tim Woodhouse is the Kent and Medway ICS Suicide Prevention Programme Manager, based in Kent County Council’s Public Health Team.

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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SETDAB Lecture Series- Domestic Abuse-familial relationships- delivered by Jo Majauskis

Friday 27th January 2023, 10am-1pm Online via Microsoft Teams

Session Objectives:

  • Gain an understanding of the dynamics domestic abuse within family settings
  • Gain an understanding of adolescent to parent abuse
  • Recognise the behaviours and signs associated with these types of abuse
  • Gain an awareness of risk and safety
  • Gain an understanding of how to respond appropriately to a disclosure
  • Understand about reporting and referral pathways

About your trainer:

Jo Majauskis is an independent Trainer and consultant who has worked in the field of Domestic Violence/abuse for 15 years.

Her previous roles have included frontline support work and Senior Management positions for Domestic Abuse Support Services.  Jo is a qualified Independent Sexual Violence Advocate (ISVA) and an Independent Stalking Advocacy Caseworker (ISAC). Jo also chairs and acts as a panel member for Domestic Homicide Reviews.

Jo is an Associate Lecturer for the National Centre for the Study and Prevention of Violence and Abuse (NCSPVA) at the University of Worcester having completed her Masters in Dynamics of Domestic Violence with Distinction in 2015.

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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SETDAB Lecture Series: Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust Veterans Awareness Training

Thursday 9th February 2023, 13:00 – 14:30 Via Microsoft Teams

Session Objectives:

To develop an understanding of:

  • Military personnel who may present with psycho-social problems.
  • The military context, language and culture and how this can impact on the therapeutic relationship.
  • The issues faced by those in transition and veterans.
  • The barriers to engagement.
  • The services available in the MOD and the NHS.
  • Wider sources of support.

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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SETDAB Lecture Series – Coercive Control Training delivered by Jo Majauskis

Monday 12th December 2022, 1-4pm Online via Microsoft Teams

Session Objectives:

  • Have an increased understanding of the nature of controlling and coercive behaviour
  • Understand the impact of coercive control on adults and children
  • Gain knowledge on how people can become entrapped in controlling relationships and the barriers to leaving
  • Understand the risk factors associated with coercive control
  • Have knowledge of the legislation including coercive control, stalking and non-fatal strangulation laws
  • Understand the role of the criminal justice system in coercive controlling cases

About your trainer:

Jo Majauskis is an independent Trainer and consultant who has worked in the field of Domestic Violence/abuse for 15 years.

Her previous roles have included frontline support work and Senior Management positions for Domestic Abuse Support Services.  Jo is a qualified Independent Sexual Violence Advocate (ISVA) and an Independent Stalking Advocacy Caseworker (ISAC). Jo also chairs and acts as a panel member for Domestic Homicide Reviews.

Jo is an Associate Lecturer for the National Centre for the Study and Prevention of Violence and Abuse (NCSPVA) at the University of Worcester having completed her Masters in Dynamics of Domestic Violence with Distinction in 2015.

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

https://eur02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/ap/t-59584e83/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fteams.microsoft.com%2Fl%2Fmeetup-join%2F19%253ameeting_NmQ1NTRjMDAtNTk4OC00OWFmLTk0OTctZDQ0YmIyNDhkNGE2%2540thread.v2%2F0%3Fcontext%3D%257b%2522Tid%2522%253a%2522a8b4324f-155c-4215-a0f1-7ed8cc9a992f%2522%252c%2522Oid%2522%253a%252288140734-884f-4beb-bfac-1b368c188fe5%2522%257d&data=05%7C01%7C%7C9b2897e59e9340a24ab908dac6f96353%7Ca8b4324f155c4215a0f17ed8cc9a992f%7C0%7C0%7C638041071649949214%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000%7C%7C%7C&sdata=oGisx57MVkUTINTnlCEbt%2B6A8khG0pEAAYBQjXWBpc8%3D&reserved=0

SETDAB Lecture Series – Stalking Training delivered by Althea Cribb

Tuesday 6th December 2022, 10 -1pm Online via Microsoft Teams

Session Objectives:

  • Prevalence of stalking nationally
  • Impact of stalking on victims/survivors
  • The law around stalking (including briefly how this might overlap with the controlling and coercive behaviour offence)
  • Practical guidance for practitioner responses across different agencies

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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Working with Perpetrators Workshop – The Change Hub – Monday 17th October 2022 – 09:30 – 12:30 – Chelmsford

Monday 17th October 2022 – 09:30 – 12:30 – Chapter House, Cathedral Walk, Chelmsford CM1 1NX

Target Audience:

Frontline workers and managers working directly with perpetrators of domestic abuse.

Objectives of the session are:

  • To have the skills to identify and challenge domestic abuse perpetrators and to feel confident to have difficult conversations.
  • To have the confidence to support domestic abuse perpetrators by referring them into specialist services.
  • For learning to be shared and applied to practice within organisations.

Spaces on this workshop are limited. To apply for a place please click here. If you are successful the SETDA Team will contact you via email to confirm your place.

Charging Policy

Please note this is a free event but late notice cancellations and non-attendance will incur a charge, you will need to complete payment information upon booking the course, this information will only be used if you cancel your place with less than 15 working days’ notice or do not attend on the day.

Our full charging policy is available at https://setdab.org/resource/southend-essex-thurrock-domestic-abuse-board-training-charging-policy/

SETDAB Privacy Statement

Southend, Essex and Thurrock Domestic Abuse Board are collecting this information for the purposes of managing training events.  Your responses will be treated in confidence and will not be passed to a 3rd party unless required to do so by law. We do not collect personal information for commercial purposes. https://setdab.org/privacy/

Complex Needs Training- Thursday 20th October 2022 – 09:00 – 12:00 – Chelmsford

Thursday 20th October 2022 – 09:00 – 12:00 –  Chapter House, Cathedral Walk, Chelmsford CM1 1NX

Objectives of the session are:

Improve awareness and understanding of Complex Needs:

  • To provide foundation information on what complex needs are.
  • Understanding a Trauma informed approach.
  • Insight into the window of tolerance.

Improve knowledge of services available: 

  • Highlight current services and pathways.

Improve confidence in identifying and responding effectively to domestic abuse, mental health and substance misuse at the earliest opportunity:

  • Consider barriers to service users seeking support.
  • Develop skills to effectively question service users about their needs.
  • Highlight best practice regarding working with those with complex needs.

Spaces on this seminar are limited, please click here to apply for a place. If you are successful, the SETDA Team will email you to confirm your place.

Charging Policy

Please note this is a free event but late notice cancellations and non-attendance will incur a charge, you will need to complete payment information upon booking the course, this information will only be used if you cancel your place with less than 15 working days’ notice or do not attend on the day.

Our full charging policy is available at https://setdab.org/resource/southend-essex-thurrock-domestic-abuse-board-training-charging-policy/

SETDAB Privacy Statement

Southend, Essex and Thurrock Domestic Abuse Board are collecting this information for the purposes of managing training events.  Your responses will be treated in confidence and will not be passed to a 3rd party unless required to do so by law. We do not collect personal information for commercial purposes. https://setdab.org/privacy/

SETDAB Lecture Series: Prescription Drug Misuse Training – Delivered by Open Road

Thursday 1st September 2022, 13:00 – 14:00 Online

Target Audience:

Front line workers and managers – those working with perpetrators and victims affected by prescription drug misuse.

Learning Objectives:

  • To have a better understanding of how to recognise behaviours associated with prescription drug misuse.
  • To have a better understanding of referral pathways and the support that Open Road can provide.

To apply for a place on this lecture please click here.

Please note that spaces are limited and if you are successful in applying for a place you will be contacted by the SETDAB Team and a Microsoft Teams Link will be sent to you.

 

 

SETDAB Lecture Series: Honour Based Abuse & Forced Marriage – Delivered by Bal Kaur Howard

Wednesday 14th September 2022, 14:00 – 16:00 Online

Target Audience:

Front line workers and managers – those working with victims and families affected by domestic abuse, so called honour based abuse and forced marriage.

Learning Objectives:

 To have a better understanding of:

  • the context of domestic abuse and so called honour based abuse
  • the definitions of honour based abuse/forced marriage
  • the differences between arranged/forced marriage and why they happen
  • the risk indicators/triggers why an individual may suffer honour based abuse/forced marriage
  • current legislation
  • how to challenge community/cultural beliefs
  • survivor stories

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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Domestic Abuse: A Lived-Experience, Male Perspective – Online Training with Andrew Pain

Thursday 14th July 16:00 – 17:30 – Via Microsoft Teams

As a long-term survivor of domestic abuse in a former marriage, Andrew is a lived experience survivor of female perpetrated domestic abuse and will share his story, from how he got caught up in an abusive relationship, to the challenges he faced as a man within the relationship, and the challenges he faced post-relationship, including parental alienation, lengthy court battles, social service involvement and the eventual changing of residency of his daughters.

Through his story, Andrew will also examine:

  • How we equip the next generation to better tackle domestic abuse and spot the signs for themselves?
  • How we can do more to support all victims of abuse, empowering men and women to speak up and seek help?
  • Why parental alienation is complex: not a black and white issue.
  • How our unconscious biases (confirmation bias, affinity bias, halo effect, horn effect, naïve cynicism bias) undermine sound judgement when evaluating other people’s experiences and motives.
  • Why our intuitive gut-based reasoning is flawed and how to make better decisions when time is tight.

To attend the session via Microsoft Teams please save the link below in your calendar to access at the appropriate time:

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