If you are interested in STOPPING Family Violence, this is a book worth reading.
The book is not about blame but about looking for solutions to an often unseen and unreported offence. STOP Family Violence NOW is a journey of positive progress for the reader.
Christine gives a new insight to how our minds work within different life situations. She also identifies the signals to watch for if you feel you are entering into danger.
“During the time spent with my husband, after the children were taken, I was often chained up, sometimes by my feet to a bike. If I managed to get away from him and found safety in a women’s refuge, after a short time, I would return.”
Ali, Victim of sustained family violence. She continues:
“My self-worth was gone, if I left, I always returned! I’m now starting to get my life back together; it’s taken some time…”
Throughout the memories of the experience and speaking at a Forum, Ali, would find the memories difficult to recall verbally. Slowly, she found the strength to tell her story.
The mind models are exceptionally helpful when it comes to identifying the different ways of thinking when we experience different and difficult situations. Taking you on the journey from Eric Berne’s model of Parent, Adult and Child through to Self, Family and Work; through her research Christine has identified the Four Orders contained within Self, Family and Work.
This is fascinating reading and the book opens many new doors to Mind Health, Wellbeing and developing the Mental Tools to become Self-Sustainable.
Workshops and Seminars
As a literary organisation, we are committed to stamping out all forms of human abuse. Abuse can only be eradicated if the educational tools are made available to individuals. Within STOP Family Violence NOW and, through the research done over many years, we have developed workshops and seminars which support the book. Our workshops are accredited and are available from 2018.
Our workshops are available for groups of interested people, community groups and organisations, government organisations, educational organisations and the private sector.
Format for Workshops
One day duration workshop
- Objective: To identify key behaviour patterns by a perpetrator that lead to family violence; recovery for the victim furthering personal growth while developing mind tools for self sustainability.
Two day duration workshop
- Objective: To identify personal behaviour patterns (proactive thinking) by the victim that allows him/her to become aware of a perpetrator’s behaviour. To develop self-awareness techniques that assist with personal safety and to identify personal strengths which allow the victim to develop mind tools for self-sustainability, future growth and personal empowerment.
For all enquires on workshops and seminars please email: email@example.com
Format: Paperback Size: 14.8cm x 21cm (A5)
Pages: 211 Word Count: 31,426