The Science of Violence – Shame Reframe Workshop

Science of Violence specialises in creating capacity-building projects at a community level that provide the skills and the confidence needed to work safely and effectively with children affected by trauma and violence.

Half Day Event – Aimed at Professionals and Frontline Staff, All are welcome

10am – 1pm

Venue: Harrow Club, Freston Road W10

If you do not get a space there will be more events throughout the year.

Dinah Senior

founder of science of violence and co-author of SOV practitioner training

Dinah is a senior practitioner in the serious youth violence sector with a reputation for innovation and best known for the quality of her practitioner training and her bespoke work with individuals transitioning out of violent lifestyles.

Dinah is a passionate communicator with an uncompromising style and a unique gift for making complex psychological concepts accessible to diverse groups. It is her ability to raise the self-awareness of the young people and the frontline professionals she works with that underpins the success of her work.

The Science of Violence is the name of Dinah’s approach to training deprived communities to better understand the impact trauma and violence has on lives in order to work safely and effectively to transform communities affected by these issues.

Booking is essential, spaces are limited.


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