Domestic, Corporate and Societal Violence
The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines violence
as: The intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual,
against oneself, another person, or against a group or community, that either
results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death,
psychological harm, maldevelopment, or deprivation (pg. 5) Jan 31, 2014.
Violence can come in various ugly forms, and it need not be just physical: emotional and psychological abuse is another form of violence - just as hideous and hurtful as physical violence. In fact, when the scars left by physical violence are no longer visible, the invisible scars of emotional and psychological abuse may still run deep.
Violence is a form of abuse that can take place in the home, the workplace, or in a public place. It affects people all over the world. Survivors of violence often become withdrawn and quiet, or depressed, stressed and anxious, unable to function fully as confident, creative individuals.
The Oxford School of Integrated Studies & Research (OSISR) offers training designed to help individuals who have been affected in the following areas:
- Domestic violence
- Workplace bullying
- Childhood trauma/abuse
We offer the following services:
1. Resilience coaching
2. Assertiveness training
3. Mindfulness practice training
The training is aimed at helping individuals recognise and acknowledge an abusive relationship - whether at home, at work or (increasingly) on social media; understand the seriousness of the problem; and take steps to increase their self-confidence, self-esteem and self-worth. A combination of coaching, CBT, NLP and mindfulness-based strategies are employed to help individuals begin and continue the healing process.
All sessions are conducted one-to-one basis, and are completely confidential. You do not even have to attend a session in person: Skype is an excellent alternative.
Please free to contact us if you wish to find out more about the training, or to make an appointment.
Name: Reena Biswas (psychologist, life coach, clinical hypnotherapist & trainer, mindfulness teacher)
Tel: UK: +44 (0) 7757 510354
Alternatively, please use the Contact Us form on this website to make an enquiry.
We look forward to hearing from you. The moment to start tackling this huge, ugly problem is NOW!