Fall 2018 Domestic Violence Training

This comprehensive, 25-hour training covers a range of topics related to abuse and domestic violence, as well as working with survivors. This training series is designed for a broad range of professionals, not just Domestic Violence Advocates or other direct service staff. This training series is designed to be beneficial for activists, advocates, service providers, social workers, community members, and all those interested in learning more about supporting and working with survivors of intimate partner violence. Some sessions will be more relevant than others depending on your professional or community role, though all are welcome at every session. Please see individual session descriptions for details.

In an effort to reduce our paper consumption, each participant will be given access to a shared Google Drive where resources, reading lists, and contact information from each session will be available.

Session Dates and Topics:

All sessions are held 5:30-7:30 pm, unless otherwise noted. For session descriptions, please click here to download pdf.

SESSION 1: INTRO AND HISTORY OF THE MOVEMENT, 10/1
SESSION 2: DV 101, 10/3 (5:30-8:30 pm)
SESSION 3: ADVOCACY 101, 10/10
SESSION 4: SKILLS BUILDING FOR WORKING IN SHELTER, 10/15
SESSION 5: LGBTQ SURVIVORS, 10/17
SESSION 6: SELF CARE AND VICARIOUS TRAUMA, 10/22
SESSION 7: RELIGION AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PANEL, 10/24
SESSION 8: CHILDREN AND DV, 10/29
SESSION 9: BYSTANDER INTERVENTION, 11/5
SESSION 10: IMMIGRATION PANEL, 11/7
SESSION 11: POLITICAL ADVOCACY, 11/13
SESSION 12: TECH SAFETY, 11/14

Registration Information:

To register, please follow link to bit.ly/UUUM__TrainReg.

Fee Information:

$200 to attend all 12 sessions, or $20 per individual session. Please bring cash or check to the first session you attend. Make checks payable to Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry.

To pay online, please go to bit.ly/UUUM_TrainingPayment and indicate “DV Training” in the gift notes section.  A sliding scale is available for students and those with financial hardship. Please contact Anna Borroz at aborroz @ uuum.org for more information.

Questions?

Please contact Anna Borroz at aborroz @ uuum.org or Nicole Castillo at 617-318-6010, ext. 219.