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'Young people deserve a better response' - the importance of age appropriate support for young people experiencing domestic abuse

Lucy McDonald is SafeLives’ Training Development Officer for Scotland. In this blog she talks about the importance of a specialist, age appropriate response for young people experiencing domestic abuse and the benefits of our 'Responding to young people' training. 

In the early 2000s as a keen new graduate, I was working occasional shifts in a hostel for young homeless people. This is where I first encountered domestic abuse, although I didn’t immediately realise it at the time. 

Trauma-aware practice and strengths-based working: the benefits of Outreach training

Briony has been working in the Learning and Accreditation team at SafeLives for five years, training on our Idva, young people’s practitioner and outreach courses. Here she talks about the benefits of our upcoming Outreach Expert training course taking place in May for anyone working in the domestic abuse sector.

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'I want to let them know they're not on their own' – training tomorrow's GPs on domestic abuse

Recent research found that the current level of domestic abuse training given to future GPs is inadequate. As part of the 16 Days of Action against gender based violence, we’re calling for domestic abuse training to be provided to all medical professionals.

Kathryn Hinchliff on the impact of Service Managers training and Leading Lights accreditation

Kathryn Hinchliff is Leading Lights Programme Lead at SafeLives. Here she talks to Senior Communications Officer, Natalie Mantle about our Service Managers training and Leading Lights accreditation, and the opportunities they can open.

 

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