“Enhacing the Practical Knowledge of Domestic Violence Advocates”
This round table is specifically designed for domestic violence advocates currently working in the field and serves as a professional development opportunity for those professionals who may lack actual practical background experiences in the area(s) of domestic violence in which they are offering advocacy.
Violence is an issue that affects the lives of many of us. Violence is an attitude that prevents a person from growing psychologically, emotionally and physically. It can be visible or invisible. The effects of violence on one's life are always destructive.
Violence is born in the heart of an individual from the moment of conception and family is the external factor that can encourage or discourage the development of violence during growth. Parents who do not know how to provide their children with the love they require can’t create a family where their children feel safe. This compromises the psycho-emotional development of children with destructive consequences. The reasons for dysfunctional behavior lie in the way that he or she experiences reality internally and the circumstances in which a person lives can reinforce that or prevent it from growing. Often these reasons are unconscious. Whether the person knows them or not, they remain at an unconscious level and are thus difficult to be released from their belief system. He or she will therefore manifest a dysfunctional behavior because that is the normality. Behavior can change when toxic unconscious reasons are made conscious. By doing this the person can work to become free of them and create a life with a solid foundation of constructive values and healthy attitudes to achieve.
In this Round Table you will
- See the connection between past events and experiences in the present
- Understand how an individual functions and why
- Understand the importance of re-learning about love
- Develop a new perspective on behavior
- Have a resource for giving support to victims and perpetrators
- Sentidu Life Coaching: A New Way of Living Life
- Let's talk about LOVE
- The influence of the family's toxic emotional baggage on behavior
- Perpetrator and victim: two faces of the same coin → The role of the emotional child
- Strategies to support clients toward healing:
- How to prevent yourself from getting emotionally involved in your client's experience and if that happens how to free yourself from it.
If we really want to create healthy and sustainable environments, enduring wealth and overall satisfaction, then we must be ready to integrate new perspectives like Sentidu to the already existing ways we provide help.