Strategic Interventions

Professional development for front line workers rooted in a decolonizing, intersectional feminist analysis of violence against girls and women.

Strategic Interventions

The goal of Strategic Interventions is professional development for front line workers, social service providers, advocates, community organizers and managers rooted in a Decolonizing, intersectional feminist analysis of violence against girls and women. Each of our Strategic Interventions offers training and events designed for individuals working in a helping capacity with women, girls, men, families where violence and abuse are present. CORE Training is our basic workshop series that offers a solid grounding of knowledge for those who are actively dealing with these issues.

Our established, gold star curriculum has trained thousands of people over the past 36 years.

We know that employees hire graduates of our program which means that taking this CORE Training leads to increased employability. More importantly, our work helps women build strength and resiliency through better direct service delivery.

Strategic Interventions are training and events designed for individuals working in a helping capacity with women, girls, men, families where violence and abuse are present.

Through Strategic Interventions, we host training and events in Vancouver, across BC and in other regions of Canada with the goal of professional development for front line workers, social service providers, advocates, community organizers and managers.

 

Training workshops

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The Core Training

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Applying Narrative Therapy from a Feminist Anti-Oppression Perspective

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Support Group Facilitator Training

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Sexual Violence – Fundamentals of Support for Women

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Responding to the Intersections of Violence Against Women and the Law

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Supporting Non Status, Refugee and Immigrant Women Who Experience Violence

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Men Ending Violence – Urging Men to Own Their Role in Ending Violence Against Girls and Women

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Parenting Issues for Women Who have Experienced Abuse

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The Indian Act, Indian Residential School, Empowerment and Advocacy with Indigenous Women

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Recognizing, Understanding and Responding to Economic Abuse

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Violence, Substance Use and Mental Health – Fundamentals of Safety Planning and Support for Women

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Advocacy 101

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When Battered Women are Arrested

Strategic Interventions

Strategic Interventions is rooted in a Decolonizing, intersectional feminist analysis of violence against girls and women. Each training and event delivers content, as well as, provides an opportunity for advocates and frontline workers to gather together, network, share common experiences, learn from each other, and strengthen the web of support within our communities, support empowerment of women while working for social, institutional and systemic change.

Training is offered in person, over the phone and online, often in partnership with local community groups and organizations. Our trainers and facilitators are established, knowledgeable, experienced and skilled in development and delivery of skill based training workshops grounded in strong theoretical frameworks and current research.

The women who founded Battered Women’s Support Services in 1979, recognized the importance of public education and training for social change. Training and public education are at the heart of our organization and key to our work to end violence against girls and women. For over 30 years, Battered Women’s Support Services has delivered training and education workshops across sectors and regions in Canada.

Strategic Interventions is a social enterprise of Battered Women’s Support Services. Training and events may have a fee, may have a suggested donation, may be privately or publicly funded and/or be free of charge. Revenue generated from fees go into related expenses, and funding critical and essential violence prevention and intervention services operated by Battered Women’s Support Services. Last Year… Here’s How We Delivered On Our Commitment >

Every week a woman in Canada is killed by her intimate partner. BWSS is working to change that.