Yessenia Vernaza Cuero

Yessenia Vernaza Cuero is an Educational Psychologist coordinating the area of Post-graduation Monitoring of the Child Worker Programme. She is responsible for a project with young people who have already graduated from the reinsertion process. She has more than 9 years of experience with vulnerable children, adolescents and families of the less poorer parts of south and north Guayaquil.


Safety Plans in Situations of Violence

Presenters: Martha Espinoza, Yessenia Vernaza Cuero, Emilio Roberto Carrillo Morales y Merli Rossana López Rodríguez

A safety plan is for emergency intervention to protect victims of violence immediately after the identification of a violent event. It is used to keep vulnerable people safe while therapeutic processes run their course, and in situations where it is not possible to provide them with alternative family or institutional accommodation. The workshop will present to participants protection strategies for immediately after a violent event has occurred, how to build a safety plan with the people affected, aimed at protection from and prevention of violent events, and how to create a safety plan that strengthens a therapeutic relationship with the victims of violence.

Fundación Junto con los Niños de Puebla A.C.

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