Recruiting Now For Group Facilitator Volunteers
R-evolution For Good – RADAR: Domestic Abuse Training Opportunity.
We are currently recruiting for Group Facilitator Volunteers to deliver group work and one to one coaching with male perpetrators of domestic abuse. This is a great opportunity to widen your skills and training working within the field of domestic abuse.
We have 12 places available* to access our innovative and exciting new ‘Working with Male Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse’ training.
Our 10-week training course is free to successful applicants, in return we ask candidates to commit to a minimum of 30 volunteer hours with RFG over one year.
Developing Innovative Family Services
RFG is developing innovative family services in response to Domestic Abuse, and we are looking for individuals who are passionate about learning how to facilitate and deliver one to one and group work, specifically in Violence Prevention, Rage and Anger Management for Men.
Training is due to begin early April, weekly for 10 weeks, 3 hours per week. Time to be confirmed but will likely be evenings or weekends.
Training delivery will be Psycho-educational, immersive, experiential learning, preference would be face to face but may be initially by virtual classroom until covid-19 restrictions allow.
Interested In Becoming A Group Facilitator Volunteer?
If you are interested, and would like to be considered as a participant for this training and volunteer role or would like more information, please email email@example.com with a little bit of background about yourself, your interest and any experience
in Domestic Abuse work, and why you would like to be considered as a participant.
Once applications have been received and considered, Sue will be in touch to invite potential trainee volunteers to a ‘get to know each other’ 1hour individual Zoom chat.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICANTS – 5TH MARCH AT 5PM
Sue Dominey is Counselling Co-coordinator and Clinical Lead for RFG She is a BACP Accredited Counsellor and Supervisor, with over 20 years experience of working in Primary Care, University and School setting, and grass roots Community Work. She has a MA in Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations. For which her research covered ‘The Health Consequences of Domestic Abuse: Roles and Responsibilities of Health Professionals” and “What works Perpetrator Work?”. Sue, having survived 6 years in an abusive relationship, was inspired 15 years ago in Yorkshire to set up a community based response for male perpetrators- The BRAVE Project – Group work and individual therapy for men, an invite to responsibility (without shaming) for their abusive behavior, developing emotional intelligence and empathy for the impact of their actions and behaviors’ on others, behavior and attitude change, reducing and managing risk, breaking cycles of abuse, and improving health and wellbeing for all.
*we are looking for 6 female candidates and 6 male candidates – this is because this gender specific groupwork requires both male and female facilitators for the groups to ensure the delivery is gender balanced.