Dr Jessica Eaton (FRSA) is the founder and owner of VictimFocus, the VictimFocus Blog and The Eaton Foundation. VictimFocus is her independent business providing research, consultancy, writing and speaking in forensic psychology, feminism and mental health. The VictimFocus Blog has 1.2 million readers per year and provides a lively, funny and critical perspective on CSE, victim blaming, feminism and sexual violence. The Eaton Foundation is a registered charity providing free, holistic mental health and wellbeing support to men over 18 years old and Jessica set up the first male mental health centre in the UK in 2015.

Jessica Eaton and special guests tour the UK with a set of free conferences for professionals working in trauma and abuse.

This exciting event celebrates the launch of the VictimFocus Academy and Resources Collection, an innovative new international service providing evidenced, critical and ethical resources, tools, books and products. The new collection of resources and education aim to support the field to improve our responses to people who have experienced violence, abuse and trauma.

With a focus on developing professionals and students towards anti-victim blaming, anti-stigma, traum informed and strengths based approaches, Jessica Eaton will present discussion, debate and findings from her work and from her new resources and services. VictimFocus business model is an ethical approach to provision of resources and education, with much of the new products being completely free and with all products being priced to be very affordable.

These events are first-come-first-served and you may not order more than three tickets at a time. There are a number of events across the UK and each will have a different amount of tickets available due to venue differences.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/victimfocus-academy-launch-conference-bradford-tickets-52264396216

Agenda 

09.30 – 10.00 Registration

10.00 – 10.30 An introduction to VictimFocus with Dr Jessica Eaton
10.30 – 11.00

New research 1: Women and girls who become pregnant or have babies
from rape and abuse (Eaton, 2019)

11.00 – 11.20 Break
11.20 – 12.00

New research 2: Psychology of victim blaming women subjected to
sexual violence and abuse (Eaton, 2019)

12.00 – 12.30

New research 3: Understanding children and adults who hear voices
and see hallucinations (Marchant and Eaton, 2019)

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch
13.30 – 14.00 New research 4: Sex and intimacy after rape and abuse (Eaton, 2019)
14.00 – 14.30

New research 5: Speaking and Educating: Listening to victims and
survivors of abuse and trauma (Eaton, 2019)

14.30 – 14.50 Break
14.50 – 15.15 Discussion and Q&A

15.15 – 16.00 Final thoughts and upcoming research, reports and resources

Event supported by Dhez Ltd and Survivors West Yorkshire