WOMEN'S SUPPORT GROUP SURVEY
“Be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind and the healing of the soul! “
civic leaders on how to provide domestic violence support to their congregants or other group attendees involve an 8 hour session.
Workshops and seminars are 3 hours each. Weekend intensive trainings for faith leaders, educators, and civic leaders on how to provide domestic violence support to their congregants or other group attendees will involve an 8 hour session.
Additionally, we offer our services to organizations that want to train their staff; such trainings are done in nine sessions at 2 hours each.
As a member of a multidisciplinary team, meetings will take place regularly.
ur services include a wide range of help an support,
including women's, support groups, trainings, chaplains, workshops and drams and art.
Women's Support Groups
We are preparing to begin a new support group for women who are have overcome traumatic events related to violent crimes such as:
other forms of victimization
If you or someone you know have experienced any of the events listed above, please complete the survey below to qualify for this awesome opportunity to heal in a supportive environment.
We provide, support groups, workshops, seminars, webinars and one-on-one trainings.
Each one -on -one session lasts 45 minutes; support groups 1 hour; workshops and seminars 3 hours.
Weekend intensive trainings for faith leaders, educators, and
Facilitators for workshops and trainings include NewView Institute’s CEO, Dr. Helena Fontes who is a Board Certified Chaplain, with a doctorate in ministry, and is certified as an Anger Management and Domestic Violence specialist/ advocate& trainer, with additional specialties as a Hospice/Palliative Care/Mental Health clinician.
Diane Banks Harris is a former deputy sheriff, and is qualified to run domestic violence, and PTSD support groups.
Marie Weaver, LSW, specializes in working with trauma in youth. Rodger Cobb is a Master’s Degree professional who has experience working with substance abusers,
All staff are trained by Dr. Fontes in ethics, and best practices for a holistic approach to emotional care, and empathetic listening for individuals in crisis and experiencing distress due to grief associated with sudden and unexpected loss.
Drama and Art
We utilize the art of song, dance and drama to assist victims and perpetrators to process issues of grief, anger and domestic violence.
Creative expression allows us to portray situations and experiences that may be uncomfortable during a normal one-on-one or group discussion. It often breaks down the walls of defensiveness and allows the message to penetrate deep into the heart, where it is processed and reflected upon long after the presentation has ended.
Women's Support Group Starting soon
NewView Institute is preparing to begin a new support group for women who are have overcome traumatic events related to violent crimes such as:
other forms of victimization