Congratulations to our new counsellors

By Shiralee Mc Donald (Counselling Coordinator, Observatory)

Graduation of Observatory’s newly trained counsellors.

Saturday February 4th saw the graduation of seven volunteer counsellors for the Observatory Counselling Service, four newly recruited and trained Thuthuzela Care Centre (TCC) counsellors and four counsellors recruited from our volunteer body trained in child trauma counselling.  It was a lovely informal affair with Nazma Hendricks (Operations Manager) handing out certificates to the volunteer counsellors.  We were fortunate to have Wonique Dreyer who trained and supervises the TCC counsellors handing out certificates to the TCC counsellors.  Samantha Harris and her twins kept us entertained and officially welcomed everyone into the focus group.

Graduation

New Volunteers

Certificate handover

Certificate handover

For more pictures please go to our Facebook Group here.

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We have a vision of a South Africa in which rape survivors suffer no secondary trauma, and are supported throughout their interaction with the Criminal Justice System (CJS). Our mission is to promote an end to violence against women, specifically rape, and to assist women to achieve their right to live free from violence. Rape Crisis Cape Town seeks to achieve its mission through counselling and training of women, thereby reducing the trauma experienced by rape survivors, and encouraging reporting of rape and the conviction of rapists.

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