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The findings The VOICE survey examined the occupational stressors and wellness of those working in the field of intimate partner violence and sexual assault services in Texas.
The research project involved in collaboration with state coalitions, researchers, & community stakeholders.
CEUs: 1.5 SW, LPC, LMFT hours We’re in this Together: Folding Prevention into our Advocacy Our movement envisions a world where no one would dream of humiliating, hurting, dominating, or controlling the person they love. From children’s advocates to development staff, we can all promote prevention messaging, and cross-team collaborations bolster our program’s prevention and community education work.
Tyreena Heck and María Limón, TCFV’s prevention coordinators will present prevention strategies that can be employed agency-wide.
Presenters: Mona Muro and Vesna Anic Enhanced Safety Planning with Immigrant Survivors The Enhanced Safety Planning with Immigrant Survivors will provide advocates with information and best practices related to pressing immigration questions.
TCFV is pleased to host the One in the Movement Regional Advocate Trainings.
These two-day workshop is designed to develop and enhance domestic violence advocacy skills.
CEU’s: 1.5 SW, LPC, LMFT Advocate Career Satisfaction: Research on Occupational Stress, Peer Support, and Supervision to Validate and Support Advocates This webinar will explore challenges of being an advocate as well as offer tools for addressing these challenges; it will explore the different types of occupational stress, offer an overview of the VOICE study and its findings such as the impacts of stress and compensation, as well as research over survivors as advocates.
In participating in this webinar, advocates will be given time to reflect collectively over organizational and individual interventions to increase compassion satisfaction, resiliency, and advocate for organizational support.