The Full Frame Initiative is part of Massachusetts’ reform efforts to create a survivor-centered, effective, and efficient response to domestic and sexual violence and homelessness. People who have experienced violence are more than just this experience. They often face other challenges, juggle multiple identities, and have interests and relationships that sustain them. Because they are more than victims of violence, they seek and deserve more than safety.
We are excited to offer a series of FREE 2-day trainings! The trainings will increase attendee’s knowledge of the codified, evidence-informed Five Domains of Wellbeing framework as the cornerstone of supporting victim wellbeing, promoting victims’ social connectedness, sense of mastery (competence and self-power), safety, stability, and meaningful access to relevant resources.
Registration is limited to 25 people. Priority will be given to those from organizations that work with survivors of sexual and domestic violence. These trainings fill up quickly and we’ll likely have a waitlist, so please notify us by June 15th if you are unable to make the training. Please email any questions to Lotus Yu. To register, visit bit.ly.
The trainings will increase attendees’ knowledge of the codified, evidence-informed Five Domains of Wellbeing framework as the cornerstone of supporting victim wellbeing, promoting victims’ social connectedness, sense of mastery (competence and self-power), safety, stability, and meaningful access to relevant resources.
Training goals include:
- Increase understanding of the Five Domains of Wellbeing, as a framework and approach for supporting wellbeing
- Understand how balancing tradeoffs informs decision-making and change
- Begin to see how minimizing tradeoffs can support change that lasts
- Practice identifying assets, challenges, and tradeoffs with a Five Domains of Wellbeing lens, in our own lives and the lives of others, including survivors of sexual and domestic violence
The training will be held at The Episcopal Church of Saints James and Andrew. Additional information will be provided to registrants by email.
In advance of the training, please review:
- the video overview of the Five Domains of Wellbeing
- the Five Domains of Wellbeing Overview
- the Five Domains of Wellbeing fact sheets
All materials may be found here: https://fullframeinitiative.org/resources/about-the-full-frame-approach-and-five-domains/
This project is supported by the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance through a Victims of Crime Act of 1984 (VOCA) grant from the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.