This training provided participants with a comprehensive overview of the male victim including their reluctance to disclose, the perpetrators who victimize them, the challenges they face in seeking help and how to support them in their recovery.
Presented by Julie Brand, M.S.
The Ask the Expert session had two-parts. After registration, participants received a link to a 20-minute recorded mini lecture my Mr. Canaff. This session was a pre-requisite and provided key points around working with male victims. Part two was the live, virtual Ask the Expert session held on April 6, 2017 at 10am.
This basic training was designed to share information on how to understand and better serve this population and will include practical and effective strategies that can be used immediately. It is intended for therapists, social workers and advocates.
This session was designed for participants to ask expert Al Killen-Harvey questions to help you understand the risk factors of LGBTQ youth and how to improve your practices in working with this underserved population. The Ask the Expert session had two-parts. After registration, participants received a link to a 30-minute recorded mini lecture by Mr. Killen-Harvey. Part two was a live, virtual Ask the Expert session held on September 19, 2017.
This WEBINAR session provided an overview of the unique developmental challenges LGBTQ youth face, the factors that place these youth at risk of abuse, and their vulnerability to engage in risk-taking behaviors. This workshop will also delineate ways to promote safe, affirming and non-abusive agency environments for participants.
Presented by Mark Abelsson, MSW