All About Families
Nicole knew she wanted to work with vulnerable individuals in communities early on in her teenage years. As her passion for supporting and nurturing individuals continues to thrive, Nicole continues to evolve, while she remains dynamic, reflective, ethical and hard working.
Nicole gained a Bachelor of Science Degree, qualifying as a Social Worker, in 2007 at the Royal Holloway University of London. She also gained a Graduate Certificate, qualifying as a Systemic Practitioner, in 2013 at Bedford University in conjunction with the Institute of Family Therapy. She is a seasoned child protection and family support specialist, a Facilitative Mediator and an accredited Domestic Abuse, Stalking, Harassment & so-called Honour Based Violence (DASH) risk assessor and trainer.
Having worked across the private, public and voluntary sector with children and families for over 16 years, Nicole is now the Chief Executive Officer of her own organisation, ‘All About Families’.
The victim’s battle with their perpetrator, and everyone else!
With extensive experience of working with victims in a safeguarding capacity, Nicole will explore with you, the response victims receive from the Police, Children’s Services and the perpetrator, when they make reports. She will share with information on what you can do in your capacity to help victims and what information you NEED to know to carry out your job effectively.
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