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    Understanding sexual violence - Using an intersectional framework to understand psychology of women who experienced sexual violence

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    START DATE 17 September 2013
    START TIME 12:00am
    LOCATION

    Middlesex University, Hendon campus

    END DATE 17 September 2013
    END TIME 12:00am

    One of a series of workshops exploring current national and international research and practice on different aspects of sexual violence

    This workshop series, approved by the British Psychological Society (BPS) explores current national and international research and practice on different aspects of sexual violence.

    To book, visit the Middlesex Online Store.

    Upon successful completion of any of the workshops, participants should be able to:

    • Be knowledgeable about different forms and types of sexual violence
    • Be more familiar with the complexity of psychological issues sexual violence presents for different groups in the UK. 
    • Recognise the rich and complicated interplay of "individual, relationship, social, political, cultural, and environmental factors that influence sexual violence" (CDC, 2004, p. 4).
    • Understand the current debates in research, policy and practice on sexual violence. 
    • Identify areas of their practice they can develop.

    Each workshop also has specific learning outcomes and objectives tailored to the specialist area of sexual violence covered.

    The rates are £50 for BPS members, £80 for non-BPS members, and £30 for students.

    You can also find out more about the workshops through the BPS Approved CPD Directory 2013.

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