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Abuse & Sexual Violence – 2-Day Seminar – Hamilton
9 May @ 9:30 am - 10 May @ 4:00 pm$107.57 – $364.35
Jessica Eaton is an international researcher, writer, speaker and activist in the psychology of victim blaming, sexual violence and abuse
About this Event
Not to be missed if you are a professional working with children or adults affected by mental health issues and experiences of sexual abuse and/or violence. With New Zealand’s significantly high rates of family violence, this type of information sharing is valuable to the effectiveness of the work we , as practitioners, engage in everyday.
All participants will receive a signed copy of Jessica’s latest book ‘The Little Orange Book’.
Be among the first to hear this inspirational woman on her inaugural New Zealand appearance. Speaker, Writer & PhD Researcher in Psychology of Victimblaming andTrauma. RadFem & Founder of Eatonfoundation. Jessica Eaton is
‘Dedicated to impactful and ethical writing, speaking, research and teaching
in forensic psychology, feminism and mental health’
Psychology of victim blaming and self-blame in women and girls who have experienced sexual violence
Child sexual exploitation and child sexual abuse: critical perspectives
Jessica Eaton is an international researcher, writer, speaker and activist in the psychology of victim blaming, sexual violence, abuse and mental health. She is the founder of VictimFocus, VictimFocus Resources, VictimFocus Blog and The Eaton Foundation. She is the co-author of The Little Orange Book and is the author of a large body of academic work in sexual exploitation and sexual violence. She describes herself as a ‘loud voice in the fight against victim blaming’ and is an influential feminist activist. Jessica currently works to change the field of sexual violence by challenging victim blaming, victim stereotyping and the pathologisation of abuse victims.
* Attend one or both days
* Discounted tickets available for 2-day ticket holders
* Morning tea and afternoon tea provided
Hamilton venue to be advised