Providing a Trauma-Informed and Intersectional Response to Domestic and Family Violence
WITH EXPERT FACILITATOR:
CEO and Founder
Institute of non-violence
SYDNEY | 7-8 FEBRUARY
MELBOURNE | 8-9 FEBRUARY
BRISBANE | 15-16 FEBRUARY
PERTH | 22-23 FEBRUARY
Join us at the Domestic Violence & Coercive Control Workshop
Domestic and Family Violence are, at their core, about the imbalance of power and control in close relationships. Coercive Control is increasingly recognised as a powerful form of entrapment, resulting in chronic fear and at times leading to homicide.
Join us at the Domestic Violence & Coercive Control Workshop, where you will gain a deeper understanding of the 8 Stages of Coercive Control, and how to develop practical, trauma-informed and intersectional strategies to support your clients, your team and your organisation.
Delegates will be supported with the latest national action plan and legal information about coercive control and practical steps to take within their own client support framework.
This interactive Two Day Workshop will enable delegates to:
Understand the 8 stages of coercive control
Understand the impact of coercive control, particularly on young people’s development
Update knowledge of relevant terminology and legislative changes at State and National levels
Apply effective collaboration strategies and systems thinking in responding to coercive control
Understand intersectionality as a framework
Apply an intersectional feminist lens to family violence response
CEO and Founder Institute of non-violence
Manager, Funding and Systems Improvements, Women Family and Community Safety, Department of Communities and Justice New South Wales
"This was an excellent workshop with great content and references, and a knowledgeable and skilled presenter. I would recommend this workshop highly to anyone working in the field of DFV."
Understand the impact of domestic and family violence trauma, including coercive control, on individuals, families and children.
Define and understand the evolving legislation and terminology around coercive control.
Discover the primary principles of intersectionality and how they translate to practical client support strategies in trauma support services.
Explore the use of an intersectional feminist framework across your organisation structures, systems and client engagement processes.
Learn how to collaborate across sectors effectively, via a systems-thinking approach.
Advanced learning: how to develop concrete and individualised responses for your organisation and client cohort.