Delegates will go through a robust application process, attend core online-live training, and access self-directed learning modules before receiving access to the resources they require to deliver the Healing Together programmes.
A Facilitator's Journey:
There is criteria to ensure all facilitators have the relevant skills and knowledge to support the children and young people, and be able to deliver the programme skillfully. You do not need to be a trained therapist.
Ability to give the time commitment to the training and delivery of the Healing Together Programmes (at least one per year).
Experience of working with children and young people.
Experience of working therapeutically with children and young people through the delivery of one to one sessions or group sessions.
Ability to engage in supervision and reflective practice.
Resilience and ability to deal with challenging situations in group settings.
Good interpersonal and communication skills.
Knowledge and understanding of the impact of domestic abuse on emotional and mental health.
Positive attitude towards working with children and their families.
Commitment to Innovating Minds' vision, mission and values.
Qualifications and/or training in the field of mental health.