This workshop will move beyond the binary of male oppressor vs. female victim to find concrete strategies to meet the needs of LGBTQ and male survivors.
Registration is now available for our 2021 Biennial Conference, Exploring Emergent Strategies for Long-Term Transformation.
The staff at NCCASA believes that education is one of the essential components to preventing sexual violence.
NCCASA advocates for the rights of survivors of sexual violence and for those individuals and organizations that assist survivors.
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In this 90-minute training, participants will explore the basic emergent space principles of community accountability and productive conflict resolution.
Participants will learn the many different types of group based services and how to use them to expand services (healing circles, yoga, Zumba etc.).
This training opportunity is for those new to the sexual violence victim services field who want to enhance their knowledge of sexual violence and be introduced to the tenants of victim advocacy.
In this 90-minute training, participants will share and collaboratively develop both practical and visionary applications of emergent space in our anti-violence work.
Participants will learn the basics of Emergent Spaces and how to create spaces for survivor healing.
This training is intended for those who have completed both the on-line SA 101 training module and the SA 101 webinar sessions and have been serving sexual assault survivors for less than a year. Advocates who have been serving survivors longer than a year but wish to deepen their advocacy foundation are also encouraged to attend. This training will give individuals the opportunity to dive deeper into understanding the role of the advocate, the advocate philosophy and ethics.
To help participants better meet the needs of the trans community, this workshop covers 101 content, like the difference between sex and gender, the fact that these categories are not binaries, and the importance of pronouns.
During this 1 hour info-session, NCCASA's Leah Poole and Coastal Horizon's Marilea DeBaer Moore, will spend some time going through the support group manual addendum addressing virtual support groups.
Participants will gain knowledge around moving beyond basic language needs around survivorship.
Training will help: Participants to identify key competencies needed to provide advocacy services for individuals that experience sexual violence. Participants will be able to identify their areas of strength in regards to sexual assault advocacy and readiness to adequately serve victims of sexual violence. Participants will be able to identify at least 2 action steps for enhancing their sexual assault advocacy competencies.
This training will cover both North Carolina Mandatory reporting laws, discuss advocate privilege, and answer any lingering questions about mandatory reporting. We will stream our "Sweeping Changes" recording and then have a Q&A session going over any additional questions you may have.
By being a member, you gain access to our member mailings, the NCCASA Resource Library, access to information obtained or produced by NCCASA, webinars and trainings, reduced fees for our statewide conference, and opportunities to network in North Carolina.
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