What is a Workshop?
Workshops aim to improve your knowledge, skills, confidence and motivation through addressing a range of topics related to the domestic abuse you have experienced. The workshops are designed to be as useful as possible; empowering you with practical knowledge, coping mechanisms and ways to move forward. There is some teaching, some group exercises and lots of discussion which we encourage all women attending to take part in. Workshops are four hours in length and provided during school hours in term-time. They are designed as a series of workshops and, to get maximum benefit, it is recommended that you attend all six. However, you can come for as many or as few as you choose. Examples of previous workshop titles include:
- What is Domestic Abuse?
- Understanding your Emotions
- Understanding Family and Childcare Law
- The Effects of Stress
- Regaining Self-Esteem
- Forming Healthy Relationships
- The Effects of Domestic Abuse on Children
- Keeping Safe
- Goal Setting for the Future
Our workshops will be held either in East London (Stratford) or in West London (Edgware Road) and, subject to funding, in other London locations. All workshops are run on a first come first served basis so do contact us to book your place.
Click here for details of our free workshops happening in West London in November and December 2017 . These workshops are open to clients living in all boroughs within Greater London.
Click here to see our free workshops taking place in East London in November and December 2017. These workshops are open to clients living in the boroughs of: Newham, Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Redbridge, Barking and Dagenham, Havering, Waltham Forest and Redbridge.