Types of Training
Migima™ offers on-site training in your city customized to meet
your specific needs. Full programs are typically one day
long but Marcia and the consulting partners are also available
to give keynote speeches, half day trainings and conferences. The training fee includes preparation, pre-training
consultation, presentation, PowerPoint®/videos,
all handout materials and travel time. The audience can
be as small as five or as large as 500. You may also choose
to charge a registration fee or offer the program free
to participants. Marcia and the consulting partners are
also available to meet with the media upon request. For
questions or a quote please contact
On-line webinar trainings are also available.
Trainings can be uniquely designed for your specific needs and interests. Below is a sampling of some of the trainings. Additional trainings are also available.
Training #1: Gender-Responsive Services and Programs for Women
and Girls in the Justice System.
This 8-hour training is for direct line staff and administrators
who work with women and girls in the justice system or “at-risk” populations.
Why Women and Girls are entering the Justice System in Record Numbers
What does Gender-responsive Mean?
Equity vs. Equal Treatment
Female Psychosocial Development
The Importance of Relationships
Gender and Communication
Women's Pathways to Crime
Data on System-involved Females
Gender and Trauma
Gender and Substance Abuse
Training #2: How to Interview Child Sexual Abuse Victims with
This 8-hour training is for law enforcement/police, child advocacy centers, child protective services, counselors and others who interview children. The training covers such topics as:
How to Select Dolls and other Interview Tools
Legal Challenges to the Dolls and What the Research Tells Us
Why Kids Don’t Disclose
Identifying Leading and Suggestive Questions
Forensic Interviews/Legal Interview Techniques
Helping the Child Volunteer Information
Introducing the Dolls
Basic Do’s and Don'ts with the Dolls
When to Introduce and Not Introduce the Dolls
Body Parts Inventory/Sexual Body Parts
Practice: Critiquing Actual Interviews
Practice: Using the Anatomical Dolls with a Personal Coach/Trained
Training #3: AIDS Education Programs Using Anatomical Dolls
This 4-hour training is designed for AIDS education workers,
educators, health professionals and others who work with
prevention and education efforts. The primary focus is
on how to demonstrate to others the proper use of condoms using anatomical
dolls in AIDS education efforts. Each doll comes with a
condom and is a valuable tool to clearly show safe sex practices. It is clear concrete and non-threatening. The dolls have been used successfully
in Africa and elsewhere in AIDS education programs.
Training #4: Teaching Young Children How to Prevent Sexual Abuse.
This 4-8 hour training is for educators, parents and other
adults who want to teach children about protecting themselves.
Information is presented so that children are not scared
but become more knowledgeable and empowered to handle difficult
situations. Marcia Morgan is the author of My
, one of three children’s books recommended on "Good Morning
America" for the prevention of child sexual abuse. She
has lectured around the world on this topic. A "training the trainers" component of the school curriculum "SafeTOUCH" can also be incorporated for teachers and school counselors.