Do you want to advise people who have been through violent experiences - accidents, crime or traffic accidents - either as a victim, witness or relative?

  • Are you genuinely interested in other people?
  • Are you good at listening and getting an overview?
  • Do you have a personal surplus and are in possession of both robustness and responsibility?
  • Are you interested in a professional community with the other advisors?

If you can answer yes to the questions - after completing counselor training - you can become a voluntary victim counselor in North Zealand's Victim Counseling.

What do you do as a victim counselor?

You have responsibility for a phone equivalent to 3-4 round-the-clock shifts a month. Here you receive calls from people who need to be able to talk anonymously with an independent advisor.

This is voluntary work - but in addition to a consultant training, you will be provided with the necessary aids and covered any transport costs.

What is the education about?

  • You will learn about Victim Counseling's cooperation with and affiliation with the Police
  • You will learn about our legal system
  • You will learn about the help options that can be offered
  • You will learn about how people react in crisis
  • You will learn to handle crisis conversations

If you know or have experience with some of the above areas in advance, it is obviously an advantage.

The most important thing, however, is that you want to help fellow human beings who need help.

Send an application or contact us for more information. is Denmark's leading volunteer job portal.

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  • Assignmenttype: Counselling and self-help
  • Workarea: Social work
  • Continual volunteering
  • Organisation: Frivilligcenter Rudersdal

Information about the organisation:

Frivilligcenter Rudersdal
  • Updated: 09.06.21
  • Expires: 06.09.21
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