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CAPACITY BUILDING

TRAINING

Since 2012, we have developed and delivered a series of capacity building workshops for service providers from the public and community sectors. These have included:
  • Trauma-informed psychotherapy for domestic and sexual violence
  • How to work with adult survivors of child sexual abuse
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for survivors of domestic and sexual violence
  • Trauma-informed psychotherapy for child survivors of sexual abuse
  • Ethics for helping professionals
  • Issues and ethics for helping professionals
We have had international experts and professionals develop and deliver these workshops, who have included Mr. Douglas Scott, a lecturer from Monash University in Australia, Dr. Marion Oke, a psychologist and expert in gender justice from Australia and Ms Maria Ko, a psychologist from Australia who was in Mongolia as an Australian Volunteer for International Development.
We organized HOPE a movie discussion among more than 650 police officers from 9 districts of Ulaanbaatar.
To date, more than 900 service providers have attended our capacity building workshops and were able to further develop their knowledge and skills in the areas of trauma, gender-based violence and provision of psychosocial support.
In 2013, with support from the MONFEMNET, we delivered a self-care and personal wellbeing workshop to human rights activists.
Since 2014, we have also delivered training aimed at increasing awareness of child sexual abuse and violence against women to members and volunteers of Beautiful Hearts.

HOPE MOVIE DISCUSSION


Targeted service providers and general public. This project aimed to change attitude and behavior of service providers, and raise awareness among general public as well as human rights activists.
This movie was based on the true story where 8 years old girl raped by a stranger on the way to the school. The movie discussions were held among more than 700 police covering all districts/khoroos of Ulaanbaatar city. Discussions were held also among more than 100 human rights activists, and general public.


To date, more than 5000 service providers have attended our capacity building workshops and were able to further develop their knowledge and skills in the areas of trauma, gender-based violence and provision of psychosocial support. Since 2014, we have also delivered training aimed at increasing awareness of child sexual abuse and violence against women to members and volunteers of Beautiful Hearts.



PEER CONSULTATION AND SUPERVISION

We facilitate a peer consultation and supervision twice a month for psychologists who work with women and young people affected by violence and child sexual abuse. These sessions provide the participants with an opportunity to discuss challenges and share best practices with peers.







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