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How to Recognize, Respond, and Refer to Domestic Violence- (complimentary webinar workshop)
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How to Recognize, Respond, and Refer to Domestic Violence- (complimentary webinar workshop)

Did you know that most individuals who experience domestic violence reach out for help from friends, family, colleagues, neighbours, etc., long before they turn to professional organizations? Everyone working with the public should learn how to recognize and respond to the issue of domestic violence. Let's help build safer communities and show that insurance professionals care. Join us for this complimentary webinar workshop.

2017-10-12
When: Thursday, October 12th, 2017
12:00 - 1:00 PM
Where: Canada
Presenter: Carrie McManus and Kirsty Blair
Contact: Tara Keohan
1-800-318-0197


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Objectives

Over the course of their lifetime, 1 in 3 women will experience domestic violence. We all know someone who has been impacted by domestic violence, and now we can all have a role in supporting individuals to move past those experiences and build safe communities. Insurance brokers, agents, and adjusters who are involved in the details of people’s home and family lives may become aware of abusive situations. Understanding how to recognize domestic violence, respond in a positive and affirming way, and provide information about supportive referral sources empowers us all to build safer communities. Attend this workshop to build practical skills for playing a supportive role in addressing domestic violence.


0.5 CE credits for General, Adjuster, Accident & Sickness, and Life licences

Topics

  • Recognize domestic violence
  • Respond helpfully when you know someone is experiencing domestic violence
  • Refer to useful resources to support a survivor of violence

Who should attend

Anyone working directly with clients



Carrie McManus, RSW, and Kirsty Blair, Provisional RSW (facilitators)

Carrie is the program manager at Sagesse, a Calgary-based not-for-profit agency that empowers individuals, organizations, and communities to break the cycle of domestic violence. Carrie focuses her work on the elimination of domestic violence through both individual and systemic change. She is an experienced facilitator who cultivates safer environments for challenging conversations.


Kirsty is the Stand By coordinator with Sagesse.The Stand By program provides education to informal support networks about how to recognize domestic violence, respond (based on the situation), and refer to the appropriate supports. Kirsty works to build community capacity to respond effectively to domestic violence because we all have a unique role to play in people’s healing journeys.

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