Combating the Bystander Effect by Graham Goulden
About Fife ACEs Hub:
Fife ACEs hub is a group of like minded mixed professionals and non professionals who have an interest in the research around Adverse Childhood Experience‘s. Mainly why there is much reason to hope for positive outcomes. Our monthly events will help promote awareness of the impact of ACEs and to encourage thought and discussion about how this awareness can impact lives of children today. The group is open to all with an interest.
Our aim is to “ get the knowledge about ACEs to the community so they can invent wise action.”
About The Presenter:
Graham Goulden, Scottish Violence Reduction Unit
Graham Goulden, BA, is an experienced and committed violence prevention trainer. For thirty year’s he was a Scottish police officer and Chief Investigator specialising in criminal investigation, drug investigation, training and crime prevention. For the last eight years of his policing career he was a key member of the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit (www.actiononviolence.org.uk).
Graham is a passionate advocate of the bystander approach. He is committed to engaging individuals making it clear that we all have a role in the prevention of violence in our communities. Graham has delivered training and talks both here at home and internationally.
He continues to work with the violence reduction unit in prevention work across Scotland and the UK. Graham is also an associate trainer with the Heroic Imagination Project (https://www.heroicimagination.org/) and A Call to Men UK (http://acalltomenuk.org.uk/)
About The Presentation :
Combatting the Bystander Effect
continues to impact negatively in communities across Scotland. We know its impact on children is
both negative and long lasting.
This interactive workshop aims to raise awareness of domestic abuse in Scotland. It will also challenge the many myths that exist, many of which suggest that victims of abuse, are to blame if they stay with an abusive partner. Signs of abuse, whilst often very visible, are often ignored by friends, family members and neighbours.
The workshop will present current psychological research to help individuals overcome the Bystander Effect. The session will also discuss a range of options that individuals can use to safely support victims as well as challenge those who abuse.
This is an interactive presentation you will get an opportunity to engage with.
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