At Missing People, we use our skills to provide tailor-made innovative training packages to police, social services and third sector professionals on how to support, safeguard and reconnect young people and adults who go missing and their loved ones left behind. Therefore, you are invited to join our 3.5 hour training course for just £60.
Ambiguous Loss: Supporting the families of missing people to -
Develop self-awareness around the impact of someone going missing
Apply active listening techniques when talking to family members about their emotions
Explain the emotional impact of someone’s family member going missing
Understand the theory of Ambiguous Loss and how it sits with other theories of loss
Explain the challenges of engaging with families experiencing Ambiguous Loss
Explain the remit of Missing People in supporting families at the different stages of missing
We are able to provide a national perspective on our experience of working with professionals across the UK to draw upon nationally recognised good practice and deliver up-to-date awareness of new and evolving threats to the most vulnerable people to ensure that selected trainees are trained to provide victims with a variety of practical and support options via communication tools and return home interviews.
Who should attend?
Police officers, Social Workers, Support Workers, Voluntary sector
Course Date 13th December 2017. Please arrive for registration @ 09:45
Where? Missing People, Roebuck House, 284 Upper Richmond Road West, London, SW14 7JE
Course Price - £60 including refreshments such as tea and coffee
Confirming your attendance
Please confirm your attendance at any of our training events by completing our course booking form found here.
Please be aware that places on our events are limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis. Refreshments including tea and coffee will be provided on the day. This is included in the cost alongside event materials.