First LTT-Short-term joint staff training events course in Rome, Italy Applied Forensic Psychology for the prevention of child abuses and protection of families (4 – 8 March 2022)
The short-term joint staff training event „Applied Forensic Psychology for the prevention of child abuses and protection of families" was a 5 days course led by the International Institute of Applied Psychology and Human Sciences, Italy, focused on the potentials of forensic psychology as prevention and protection measures against child abuses.
All Participating Organisations sent 3 experts from their organisation in order to increase competences in this field and promote the exchange of good practices.
This joint event was based on several methodologies designed for:
*facilitating the exchange of good practices in EU applied to the field of child abuse prevention;
*increasing the capacity of schools to identify situation at risk and coordinate support with psychologist and law enforcement (increased inter-forces cooperation, increased skills of
*applying scientific methodologies for profiling of offenders and victims.
*Best practices - 1 member per organisation introduced the best practices for counteracting child abuse;
*Offender profiling: techniques for the definition of the offenders' profile - frontal speech and exercises led by IIAPHS;
*Victimology: how to identify subjects at risks - frontal speech and exercises led by IIAPHS;
*The psychological and social consequences related to child abuse - frontal speech and exercises led by IIAPHS;
*Psychological techniques for management of traumatic experiences (EMDR - EFT) - frontal speech and exercises led by IIAPHS;
*The impact of child abuse on the development - frontal speech and exercises led by IIAPHS;
*Case study and analysis - 1 case presented by every participating organizations;
*The importance of interforces cooperation - SWOT analysis for the understanding of similarities, differences, strenghts and weakenesses of interforces cooperation for the prevention and protection measures for the victims of child abuse;
*Best practices of school education programmes for the prevention of child abuse - practices presented by experts of participating organizations.
1. Increased knowledge of partners about applied crime psychology;
2. Delivery of instruments for protection and rehabilitation of the victims;
3. Increased interforces cooperation;
4. Increased knowledge in the detection of victims and subjects at risk;
5. Increased skills in abuse prevention;
6. Better parents and Teachers counseling;
1. International exchange of practices;
2. Skills in support for the victims;
3. Understanding of families dysfunctions;
Congratulations everyone for the expertise and contribution!