Through a grant from the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance (MOVA), we are excited to offer a series of FREE 2-day trainings around the state, Supporting Survivor Wellbeing: The Five Domains of Wellbeing. The trainings are designed for staff and volunteers at community-based organizations serving survivors of violence across the commonwealth. Over the two-days, training attendees will increase their knowledge of the codified, evidence-informed Five Domains of Wellbeing framework as the cornerstone of supporting survivor wellbeing.
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 schedule of trainings is as follows, with each day running from 9 am until 4 pm. There is a registration limit of 30 people per training. Priority will be given to those from organizations that work with survivors of sexual and domestic violence.
If you’d like be notified about the upcoming trainings as they are scheduled, or would like other information about these events, please e-mail Lotus Yu.
Supporting Survivor Wellbeing: The Five Domains of Wellbeing
Dates and locations, 2017-2018:
- September 27/October 5, 2017: Greenfield, MA CLOSED
- November 28-29, 2017: Worcester, MA REGISTER HERE
- 2018, TBD
- 2018, TBD
- 2018, TBD
Please let us know of any accommodation, interpretation or translation needs you may have for this training, and please be as specific as possible. Every effort will be made to accommodate advance requests; on-site requests cannot be guaranteed. Reasonable accommodations will be provided during the training. Please contact email@example.com with any questions or for more assistance.
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.