Date: Jun 24, 2017 00:00:00 to 23:59

Topics Covered:

History of Rape and Sexual Violence Services

Gender & Social Roles and how it Influences Society's Perception of Rape and Sexual Abuse

The Impact of Rape and Sexual Abuse on Men, Women and Young People

How to Respond to a Disclosure of Rape or Childhood Sexual Abuse

How to Work Safely with Trauma by Incorporating the Principles of Self-Care

Venue: The Survivors Trust, Unit 2, Eastlands Court Business Centre, St Peter’s Road, Rugby. Warwickshire. CV21 3QP

Cost: £65 per person (please bring a packed lunch with you as lunch is not provided although refreshments will be provided throughout the day).

Suitable for: Anyone providing services directly or indirectly for survivors of rape and childhood sexual abuse, delegates may also include anyone looking to develop their knowledge and understanding of this topic for research, awareness and/or career development purposes. 


There will be no graphic material used to depict scenes of violence in the content of this workshop; however video and audio material of real survivor experiences will be used.


Go to the Survivors Trust website for more details 

The Directory

We are now producing the Directory exclusively in an easy to use PDF format

The DABS National Resource Directory lists over 650 organisations across the UK and Ireland .

These are arranged according to location and services offered. National organisations are also represented. There are services that work with adults, children, males, females, perpetrators and also those that provide accommodation and helpline services.

Access Directory

Books List

DABS has composed a list of around 450 titles categorized according to who they are aimed at and the subject matter they explore.

There are books for survivors and victims of abuse and sexual violence and who may be experiencing additional issues as a result. Other books are aimed at professionals working in this field.




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