The BRAVE+ Project conference: From Fear to Freedom: Engaging with Men – Violence, Rage, Anger, Abuse

Published: 9 December 2010

Friday 11th February 2011:  9.30am to 4.30pm

The Gateway Centre.  Vulcan Street, Off Tong Street, Bradford, BD4 9QY

Fee: £85 (includes a copy of ‘From Fear to Freedom: Masculinity, Control and Change’, a workbook written by practitioners and aimed directly at men who are concerned about changing their abusive, controlling behaviour and who are seeking to live “good lives”)

Celebrate the project’s work and passion in a multi-disciplinary conference

Speakers (who will also host afternoon workshops):

  • Dave Morran, lecturer in Social Work, co-founder of The CHANGE Programme and editor of ‘From Fear to Freedom’ workbook:
    “From Fear to Freedom” 20 years of engaging with men to change their abusive, controlling behaviour and who are seeking to live “good lives”
  • Pete Westwood and Sue Dominey, Men’s Health Plus and The Brave Project:
    “10 years of The Brave Project” – where we started, where we are now and vision for the future – Resources we use and how we engage with men to change”
  • Lee Stagles and Kelly Smith,  Co-founders of  K.L.E.A.R Project:
    “ 1 year on – how we set up Klear
    ” where we are now and our vision for the future. Menswork, Intervention & Prevention of Domestic Abuse & Violence cessation

The BRAVE+ Project works with boys and men who have issues around anger, violence and abuse. We are experienced in facilitating violence prevention groups, ‘one to one’ counselling, delivering Building Safe Relationships / Protective Behaviours in primary and high schools and Specialist Health MOT’s for men.  We would like to share with you some of our beliefs about successful interventions with boys and men to help reduce the risk of harm to self and others, and how we can develop better support services and resources for males.

Find out more from conference co-ordinator Sue Dominey on 07906 203062 or
thebraveproject@hotmail.com
. The closing date for applications is 25th January 2011

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