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Study Programs For Professionals From The Ultra-Orthodox Sector

1 January 2017

Programs 2017


 

Psychological-Educational Services, Elad

 

Goal: Training psychologists in treating children victims of sexual abuse

Target Population: Educational psychologists

Number of Sessions: 19

Participants: 26

Location:  Shoham


 

 

Training Educational Staff in Talmud Torah centers

In partnership with: The B’nai Brak Municipality

Goal: Increasing awareness of sexual abuse in ultra-Orthodox society and methods of coping within the educational frameworks

Target Population: Educational staffs in the Talmud Torah schools – educators, supervisors, principals

Number of Sessions: 20

Participants: 80

Location:  B’nai Brak, Elad, Beit-Shemesh


 

Training Parenting Counselors

Goal: Increasing awareness and training on the subject of child abuse: detecting, identifying and coping within the educational system and the community

Target Population: Parenting counselors, educators and advisors

Number of Sessions: 12

Participants: 20

Location: Y.N.R Center


 

 

Training Ultra-Orthodox Female Therapists, Cohort 6

Goal: Imparting knowledge on treating child victims of sexual abuse

Target Population: Ultra-Orthodox therapists

Number of Sessions: 20

Participants: 36

Location:  Haruv Children’s Campus


 

Enrichment Activities for Female and Male Ultra-Orthodox Graduates of the Training Program on Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse

Goal: Advanced training for ultra-Orthodox graduates of Haruv, in order to create a congregation of therapists that continues to learn and remain updated.

Target Population: Male and female graduates of the programs

Number of Sessions: 2, 3

Participants:  30, 25

Location: Training Center, B’nai Brak


 

Training for Rabbis on Child Victims of Abuse and Neglect

Goal: Training municipal rabbis to address the issue vis-à-vis the community

Target Population: Municipal rabbis

Number of Sessions: 4

Participants:  25

Location: The Rabbinate of Jerusalem


 

Detecting, Identifying and Addressing Sexual Abuse in Educational Frameworks

Goal: Providing tools to cope with the phenomenon of sexual abuse in ultra-Orthodox institutions

Target Population: Ultra-Orthodox male and female counselors (3 programs)

Number of Sessions: 6

Participants:  About 20 in each program

Location: Jerusalem, Rehovot and Petakh-Tikva