Culturally Responsive Practice: Understanding Family Violence in Migrant and Refugee Communities
This training offers professionals who are not family violence specialists with foundational understanding of cultural humility, intersectionality and unconscious bias when supporting refugee and migrant clients experiencing family violence.
Who is this training for?
Are you a frontline worker?
Do you work in community, health or education environments?
Do you engage with women experiencing family violence?
Do you have a basic awareness of the gendered nature of family violence?
Are you looking for foundation level training?
What you will learn:
You will reflect on your own professional practice using culturally responsive practice, cultural humility, unconscious bias practices and an intersectional approach.
Discuss how systemic barriers and discrimination may impact on clients/families from migrant and refugee backgrounds to seek and sustain service support.
Understand family violence, indicators and risk factors during initial client assessment/screening with migrant and refugee women.
Apply culturally responsive practice in disclosure, safety planning and referral.
What is this training about?
Our training offers professionals who are not family violence specialists with foundational understanding of cultural humility, intersectionality and unconscious bias when supporting refugee and migrant clients experiencing family violence.
This training guides professionals with the competencies to apply culturally responsive practice in initial assessment, safety planning, risk management and referral processes.
Through a range of case studies and reflection, participants will develop a deeper understanding of service gaps, family violence indicators and risk factors which impact refugee and migrant clients. This training will equip participants with the knowledge/tools to address systemic barriers/apply cultural humility, promote client agency and implement culturally responsive practice.
Morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch are provided. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own reusable cups.