FACILITATOR TRAINING

Delivered both online and face-to-face.

The VOICE Programme Training Outline

Over the three-day training, you will have an experiential journey familiarising you with the themes for each week, including discussion, completion of self-reflective exercises, practice of the self-regulation resources, and exploration of the materials throughout the 12 weeks.

Under the lens of the Controller, you will explore each character, identifying behaviours both pre- and post-separation, traumatic experiences, and how this impacts the victim, alongside key grounding resources & self-care specific to each individual character of the Controller.

On Day 3, we include Active Practice sessions, giving delegates the opportunity to use the tools, resources, and materials with guidance & support.

Day One

Welcome & Introductions

Aims of The VOICE Programme

Week 1:    Introduction to The Controller and introduction to the practice of Grounding Resources & Self-Care & Self-Regulation

Week 2:   Understanding Trauma: Introduction to trauma

Week 3:    The Charmer

Week 4:    The Bully

Closing Comments

Day Two

Welcome & Check-in

Week 5:    The Abusive Parent

Week 6:    The Mindmixer

Week 7:     Trauma & Traumatic Triggers

Week 8:    The Taker

Closing Comments

Day Three

Welcome & Check-in

Week 9:    The Homewrecker

Week 10:   The Keeper

Week 11:    Boundaries

Week 12:    Moving On: Setting Intention, Goal Setting, Commitment to Self & Hope

Consolidation of the programme & three-day training

Evaluation

Closing Comments

 

For further information email cathy@thevoiceprogramme.co.uk

WHO DO WE TRAIN?

Facilitator training is for practitioners who work with people who have experienced all forms of domestic and sexual violence, intimate partner abuse and coercive control. The programme content can be applied both in the capacity of groups or in a 1:1 capacity.

 

Practitioners come from a range of statutory and voluntary agencies including domestic abuse services, WA refuges/outreach, housing associations, health, CYP services, counselling, SARCs, IDVA services.

WHO IS THE VOICE PROGRAMME FOR?

The VOICE Programme is for any victim or survivor of domestic abuse, in-situ, post separation or historical, regardless of their gender, sex, sexuality, race, faith, culture of practice, disability or any other identifiable difference.

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