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To request a training, please call our office during regular business hours: 1.276.625.0219. 

The following is a list of trainings that we currently have available. If your group is seeking a training outside of this list, please call us to discuss your needs. 

  •  Overview & FRC Services: FRC’s staff are happy to provide allied professionals, community groups, faith organizations, etc. with an overview of FRC’s mission and our services in the community, the dynamics of sexual violence and its impact in our community provide a background for discussing the need for our services in the community and what FRC does to support survivors, educate community members, and to prevent sexual violence from occurring in the first place. These presentations will be tailored to meet each group’s needs and focus area.
  •  Preventing Domestic & Sexual Violence in Daily Life:  FRC trainers provide information about why domestic and sexual violence occurs, best practices for prevention, how our community is working to stop it, and what each person can do on a daily basis to help. We cover the scope of the problem, primary prevention (stopping sexual assault before it occurs), what we know about perpetrators and their communities, fighting stereotypes, building respect and equality, and how to create community-wide change.
  • The following is a list of 32 trainings provided at no cost. A certificate of completion will be given to each individual who successfully attends/completes the training.

    1 FRC Services and Qualifications

    2 Being a Trauma Informed Agency

    3 Complex Trauma and Multigenerational Trauma

    4 Trauma and the Brain; brain-body cycle.

    5 The Use of Polyvagal Theory in Understanding and Treating Trauma

    6 Sensory Motor Treatment-Interventions for Trauma and Building Attachment

    7 Attachment and Trauma

    8 Abuse in Special Populations (LGBTQ, Elderly, African American Community; Micro-Traumas)

    9 Building Resiliency through Case Planning Utilizing Protective Factors

    10 Trauma Bonding

    11 Eight Keys to Safe Trauma Recovery

    12 Building Resiliency in Children

    13 Building a Nurturing Environment for Youth

    14 Understanding the Adolescent Mind

    15 Effects of Trauma on Child Development

    16 The Family and Effects of Trauma

    17 Developmental Trauma

    18 Managing Trauma in the Classroom

    19 The Whole Brain Child/No Drama Discipline

    20 Effects of Trauma on Parenting

    21 Healing Developmental Trauma

    22 Supportive Counseling Skills to Treat Trauma

    23 Self-Destructive Behaviors Seen in Victims of Trauma

    24 Crisis Intervention with Trauma Victims

    25 Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction to Reduce Trauma; Trauma Skill Building.

    26 Sexual Abuse of Men and Boys

    27 Violence Intervention and Screening for Medical Professionals/ First Responders

    28 Human Trafficking

    29 Vicarious Trauma, Burnout and Self-Care

    30 Understanding Domestic Violence and Spirituality

    31 PTSD

    32 Domestic Violence 101/Sexual Violence 101


Training, as with all FRC services, is provided at no charge.