Working with Families Affected by Domestic Abuse

When 24 April at 9:45am to 4:00pm, 2017
Provided by Leeds Women's Aid
Description

The course gives professionals an in-depth understanding of domestic violence and abuse as it affects individuals and families:

  • What is domestic abuse?
  • How does living with violence affect children?
  • How does a controlling relationship affect parenting?
  • Why are some people abusive?
  • Why doesn’t the abused person “just leave”?
  • How can professionals avoid colluding with abusive behaviour?
  • Understanding injunctions
  • Risk assessment, safety-planning and good practice
Venue Leeds City Centre
Learning outcomes
Suitable for Appropriate for professionals, volunteers and managers working in social work, education, health, criminal justice, children’s centres, counselling/therapy and voluntary sector organisations.
How to book Please email amy@leedswomensaid.org.uk for a booking form . In-house and bespoke training is also available, please contact me for more information.
Cost £75 to voluntary sector agencies £85 for statutory agencies£120 for private sector services