A portion of ticket sales will be donated to victim support charities.
In this potentially life-saving talk, Jennifer will share the stories of survivors from extreme incidents, she will also discuss the accounts of security experts and crime prevention strategies.
You will hear stories from those who survived mass shootings and escaped serial killers and have decided to share their experience with the world. What do they think they did which meant they survived?
You will learn specific ways to protect yourself, including spotting danger signs early and how to safely deal with strangers trying to enter your house or how to identify the source of anonymous threats. This talk will be a celebration of human intuition, capability and resilience, designed to empower those for who fear of violent crime is a concern.
Jennifer Rees has been a Forensics Lecturer and Psychotherapist for a number of years in addition to graduating in Criminal Law at Birkbeck's Institute for Criminal Policy Research. She has trained Policing recruits on interviewing techniques, as well as dealing with suspects, witnesses and victims.
In 2016, she was one of 50 Healthcare Professionals selected by Google and Johnson & Johnson to write a Whitepaper recommendation for the NHS, and was appointed the Vice Chair of the Mental Wealth Initiative, a sub-committee of the Youth Health Parliament.
They presented their proposals in the Houses of Parliament in December 2016 to improve provision for 'mid-level' mental health problems. In 2018 she was also invited to the European Health Parliament in Brussels. She has contributed on and off screen to crime documentaries and is also a member of the Board of Trustees for Signpost Counselling Charity.
Venue: Cafe 1001
Doors: 7pm / Talk starts: 7.30pm.,/p>