The CACE Training increases the delegates understanding of the dynamics of domestic abuse. It also introduces delegates to the CACE Form; a simple tool practitioners can use to identify coercive control.
Both elements can support delegates to make intelligent based decisions on the application of appropriate thresholds and the right level and type of intervention needed.
At Rock Pool we believe we need to be working with the whole family to deliver lasting change.
The Inspiring Families Programme is an innovative intervention and assessment of families where domestic abuse is an identified component and the families have chosen to stay together.
The ACEs Recovery Toolkit (ACEs RTK) is a 10 week programme designed to assist individuals to look at ways to develop positive lifestyle coping strategies. It has been written to educate and inform parents about the impact of ACEs on them and their children.
It also provides guidance on the protective factors that help ameliorate the impact of ACEs and practical methods for parents developing the resilience they need for themselves and their children.
The Adult Domestic Abuse Recovery Toolkit is a 12 week programme that helps participants understand the impact of having experienced domestic abuse.
The programme gives participants practical strategies to help them increase their confidence and self-esteem and move on from their experience.
The Children and Young People Domestic Abuse Recovery Toolkit is a 8 week programme for any young person who has experienced or witnessed domestic abuse.
The programme will help children and young people to understand and come to terms with their experiences and to develop positive lifestyle and coping strategies moving forward.
The Sexual Violence Recovery Toolkit is a 12 week programme for people who have experienced acquaintance, dating and stranger rape.
The programme uses a trauma informed and a psycho-educational approach to enable clients to manage their coping strategies and move forward from the trauma of experiencing sexual violence.
If you integrate ACEs science into perpetrator programs, recidivism plummets, and men (and women) heal A new approach to perpetrator programmes in America that are “integrating trauma-informed and resilience-building practices based on the science of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are delivering astounding results.” The article......