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Module 6.4 Understanding And Responding to Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse

Course Title :
Module 6.4 Understanding And Responding to Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse
Course Code :
Module 6.4
  Scheduled Date's For Course :
Course DateEnd Date of RegistrationTimeVenue
06/03/2024 21/02/2024 9:30-16:30 Upstairs in Sans Souci Tanworth Lane Solihull B90 4DD- there is no lift access in this venue
Course Duration :
1 Day
  Delivered By :
  Aimed At :

For multi-agency professionals professionals who work with individuals on an ongoing basis who are or may be perpetrating domestic abuse.

  Aim :

This training event considers the range of typologies of domestic abuse and violence. The identification of the primary perpetrator relies on assessment of dynamic. This day seeks to provide a framework for assessment of typology of abuse and additionally both safe and unsafe interventions. This is an interactive day which provides space for professionals to consider the challenges when working with perpetrators and additionally looks to highlight approaches to dealing with denial and shame whilst also placing responsibility on the perpetrator of abuse whilst avoiding collusion.

  Learning Outcomes :
1. Develop ways of identifying who is doing what to whom and with what consequences (typologies of violence)
2. Enhance understanding of the challenges posed by perpetrators when assessing domestic abuse
3. Identify the themes of abusive behaviour and their possible motivation
4. Consider perpetrator tactics in relation to the risk of colluding with the perpetrator
5. Develop confidence regarding the most effective working practices when seeking to engage perpetrators of domestic abuse
6. Highlight the need to work within a context of monitoring risk and keeping safety at the focus of all practice
7. Provide information re local/national local services for victims and perpetrators
  Minimum Requirements :

You must have completed Module 6b Neglect: Domestic Abuse prior to attending this course 

  Reading Material :
Guidelines-for-working-with-perpetrators-of-domestic-abuse.pdf Download
Handout_1_case_study_usa.pdf Download