Project Plan to Empowerment
|Presenters||Ricky Hunter and Jan Sky|
|Description||Intimate Partner Abuse & Intimate Partner Sexual Violence and introducing Executive State Identification ESI® in working with DV survivors
Who should attend? Experienced health professionals including, GP's, counsellors, psychologists, psychotherapists, social workers, nurses. school counsellors, pastors, family support workers, uni students, family lawyers, telephone counsellors, workers and advocates in the field of domestic violence and sexual assault.
This is a unique workshop. Ricky explores at a deep personal level what is means to be a survivor of (IPA) intimate partner abuse, (IPSV) intimate partner sexual violence, and torture as she exposes the labels of disempowerment and illegitimate shame.
Learn how to utilise Ricky's "recovery gems" with your clients. Ricky's book, a powerful document is being used by survivors and health professionals in the therapeutic setting and with significant impact in men's groups. Drawing from her secular experience and her professional life Ricky Hunter developed her Project Plan to Empowerment document, and when used under strict medical supervision, can be a valuable tool to healing. Attending delegates will workshop the Project Plan to Empowerment and receive their own personal templates including river mapping for clients that have special needs.
Taking into consideration the major issues faced by women who are abused (57% in their lifetime in Australia) these workshops successfully shed more light on the following complex questions; (men also suffer domestic violence)
(a) What is Intimate Partner Abuse and Intimate Partner Sexual Violence and its long term health outcomes?
(b) Why don't women in abusive situations just leave?
(c) What is the answer to 'The Big Why?' Why me?
(d) What is the relationship between illegitimate shame and abuse?
(e) What is the relationship between animal abuse and domestic abuse?
|About the presenter(s)||Jan Sky [DipCH DipCS RMASCH] is a facilitator of change, international author and speaker and a counsellor and clinical hypnotherapist. She is in the business of creating a difference in people's lives. Jan developed ESI®. ESI® - Executive State Identification - a tool that motivates behaviour change. Evolved from ego state personality theory, it addresses the 'many parts of you' - parts that both support and inhibit your everyday life experiences.
During the workshop Jan will demonstrate how ESI® works by using Ricky's story of DV and sexual abuse.
Jan is the author of the book "The Many Parts of You" available in English and Finnish.
Ricky Hunter - author of the book "Point Last Seen" and "Point of Rescue" producer of two DVD's on Domestic Violence and experienced workshop facilitator of over 120 workshops on the subject of Domestic Violence and Intimate Partner Assault
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|Location||NSW Metro, Australia|
|Venue||St Vincent de Paul
Level 1, 77 Dumaresq Street, Campbelltown
Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
|Start/End Date||22 Oct 2012|
|Time||9.30am to 5.00pm|
|Cost||EEB $180.00 register and pay by 17th September 2012|
|Notes||EEB $180.00 register and pay by 17th September 2012 EB $195.00 register and pay by 28th September 2012 Normal registration $215.00 applies from 29th September 2012|
|Organiser||Ricky Hunter & Associates|
|Contact Name||Ricky Hunter|
|Telephone||0404 918 582|