My Family Is Hurting - because of Domestic Violence & Abuse

When 20 June at 9:00am to 4:15pm
Provided by Behind Closed Doors
Description Behind Closed Doors has delivered support to victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse for 20 years.   The specialist training they offer not only reflects their understanding of the issues that victims face but also provides attendees with the knowledge, skills and access to resources that will assist practitioners who are supporting them. The training courses are CPD®-certified and delivered by experienced practitioners.   

Do you want the opportunity to …  
… explore the impact on the victim, children and young people in the family

… identify the impact on, and influence of, the wider family
… consider the perpetrator’s role in the family
Venue Voluntary Action Leeds
Stringer House, Lupton Street, Leeds LS10 2QW
Learning outcomes AGENDA (in brief) • What IS hurting the family? • Impact – different experiences & perspectives within families • Additional complicating factors • Parenting – during and after • Perpetrator’s role in the family • Foundations of family-recovery
Suitable for This course is suitable for practitioners who have a minimum foundation level of training around DV&A who want to apply a ‘whole-family’ perspective to their support practice. (It is not recommended for practitioners with no prior DV&A training). Previous feedback includes:- - Learned such a lot but also prompted to think with a much broader perspective. Would have loved to spread this over two days. - Excellent delivery, good pace, excellent resources.
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Cost Voluntary sector £75 pp / Statutory sector £85 pp / Private sector £100 pp