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Training For Social Workers In Social Services Departments

Programs 2017


 

ma-based interventions– Hof HaCarmel Regional Council

In partnership with: Hof HaCarmel Social Services Department

Goal: The aim of the program is to provide the therapists with tools when treating families and children who experienced traumatic events, in order to evaluate and process these events. Special emphasis will be placed on “talking the trauma” with children, their parents and together.

Target Population: Family social workers, child protection officers and other socialworkers from the Social Services Department

Number of Sessions: 6

Participants: 30

Location: Hof HaCarmel Regional Council


 

Trauma-based interventions: Ashkelon

In partnership with: Social Services Department – Ashkelon

Goal: To provide the therapists with tools when treating families and children who are in a state of trauma or crisis, via observation and use of the “trauma lens”. Special emphasis will be placed on “talking the trauma” with children, their parents and together, especially at the meeting-point of the various committees for treatment planning.

Target Population: Family social workers, childprotection officers and other social workers

Number of Sessions: 4 for each group (total of 8)

Participants: 50

Location: Ashkelon


 

Advanced Study Program for Social Workers Ness-Ziona – Part II

In partnership with: Social Services Department – Ness-Zion

Goal: To provide the therapists with tools when treating families and children who experienced traumatic events, in order to evaluate and process these events. Special emphasis will be placed on “talking the trauma” with children, their parents and together.

Target Population: Continuation of the program for social workers from the Social Services Departmentwho completed the first training program in 2015.

Number of Sessions: 9

Participants: 27

Location: Ness-Ziona Municipality


 

Trauma-Based Interventions: Haifa

Goal: To provide the therapists with tools when treating families and children who experienced traumatic events, in order to evaluate and process these events. Special emphasis will be placed on “talking the trauma” with children, their parents and together.

Target Population: Social workers from Parent-Child Centers and the Haifa Welfare Department

Number of Sessions: 8

Participants: 37

Location: Social Services Department, Kiryat-Chaim


 

Training Program for Debriefers at MSR,  Jerusalem

In partnership with: MSR, Jerusalem

Goal:  To train professionals in the simulation-based training model at the Simulation Center, at the Campus for Children

Target Population: Professionals in the various services working at the Haruv Campus for Children

Number of Sessions: 2 full training days

Participants: 12

Location: MSR, Jerusalem


 

Training Escorts in the Course for Escorting Crime Victims, the Israel National Council for the Child – MSR Jerusalem

In partnership with: the Israel National Council for the Child and MSR, Jerusalem

Goal:  Training volunteers in the Crime Victims Escorting Project of the Israel National Council for the Child, in dealing with common communication situations encountered in the course of their volunteer work.

Target Population: Law students who volunteer in the Crime Victims Escorting Project

Number of Sessions: 1

Participants: 25

Location: MSR Jerusalem