Red Road To Healing

Red Road to Healing is is a program for women who have experienced family violence and are ready to move forward in their healing journey. A program psychologist notes that women subjected to family violence should not keep silent but to contact the police.

Red Road To Healing

The relevance of the problem

One of the main trends of modern crime in Canada is the high level of violent crime, including serious crimes against the person. The family sphere has traditionally been most affected by violence; a high threshold of tolerance for violence in family relations contributes to its growth. Many people think that since today this is not happening in my family, this does not concern me. However, this is the wrong approach! Cruelty and violence are terrible but human indifference is even more terrible.

According to sad statistics, about 40% of the total number of murders is committed in everyday life in Canada, and 70% of violent murders occur in the family. More than 2,000 women die from domestic violence each year, more than 5,000 children leave the family.

Red Road to Healing is combining the efforts of state and public organizations to defend the rights of women and children and help overcome this ruthless domestic violence. The main thing is to start, to believe in ourselves and that together we are a great force in creating a world without violence.

Program goals

  • A change in the attitude of society to the problem of family violence and to the position of women in the modern family;
  • Development and formation of a theoretical and methodological base on the topic “Confronting family violence”;
  • Establishment of productive relationships with state and non-state structures, the media for a joint solution to the problem of “Confrontation with family violence”;
  • Systematic “step-by-step” preparation of various activities focused on the program “Prevention of family violence”;
  • Implementation of educational activities on this issue in Canada;
  • Psychological counseling on the problem of family abuse;
  • Mobilization of the potential capabilities of the individual in accordance with its real claims.
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Target groups

  • Children;
  • Teenage girls;
  • Woman of reproductive age;
  • Older people.

Forms and methods of work

  • Interactive training;
  • Educational activities;
  • Information blocks;
  • Psycho-diagnostic workshop;
  • Research and formative exercises;
  • Individual and group working out of practical skills;
  • Role and imitation games;
  • Group discussions;
  • Analysis of cases from the experience of participants;
  • Individual and group work with program participants – a collection of information; diagnostics;
  • Mini-lectures – information; training in relaxation techniques, stress relief, emotional self-regulation, development of emotional literacy;
  • The development of “conserved” emotions of fear and anger, work with muscle clamps and emissions of “forbidden” emotions using the methods of body-oriented therapy;
  • Work on the awareness of internal attitudes that impose a sense of guilt, stimulation of self-rehabilitation and self-forgiveness;
  • Recovery of personal boundaries, separation of responsibility in situations of interaction. The development of internal stability, self-acceptance.

Expected results

  • Changing the attitude of society to the problem of family violence and to the status of women in the modern family;
  • Effective study of the traumatic experience of women who have experienced family violence;
  • A deep understanding of relationship, the growth of a positive attitude and self-respect, the development of responsibility for one’s life;
  • Self-programming of positive changes in your life.

Work structure

  • Gradual progress from superficial descriptions, revealing a woman’s own attitude to the current situation to the study of traumatic experience.
  • Gradual progress from therapeutic empathy and learning how to relieve stressful stress to deeply understanding relationships, growing a positive attitude and respect for oneself, developing responsibility for one’s life.
  • Gradual progress from a new level of understanding and caring for one’s emotional state to independent programming of positive changes in one’s life.
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