|Thursday 5th May 14:00 – 16:00 – Online
Founder of BKH Training, Bal advocates on the issues of honour-based violence. Bal herself was forced into a child marriage. Escaping after 9 years and disowned by her family, she uses her experience to raise awareness and reduce victim isolation. She was employed by Suffolk Constabulary, training police officers and partner agencies to enhance the service to victims. She was twice nominated at the IKWRO True Honour Awards for her dedication to ending honour-based violence in the UK. In 2018, she was recognised by the East Anglian Daily Times as one of Suffolk’s 100 most inspirational women.
Front line workers and managers – those working with victims and families affected by domestic abuse, mental health issues and substance misuse.
Aims & Objectives:
To explore the complexities of the dynamics of abusive relationships and its impact on victims of mental health and substance misuse/addiction.
To understand substance misuse to addiction and mental health in order to support victims of Domestic Abuse – what first?
To apply for a place on this training please click here.