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Working Therapeutically with Men Who Perpetrate Violence

Course Overview

Focus areaCreating safety
Length1 day
Who is it for?Professionals dealing with families in conflict
Key OutcomesPromote change

Course Description

This training helps to create community safety, by learning how to respond to men who perpetrate violence. Engaging with both victims and perpetrators of family domestic violence is critical for the safety of families. Through education about the consequences of their actions, qualified facilitators can help to avert further harm.

In a counselling context, this training will cover;
• The factors that promote behaviour change in men who abuse
• How to support the process of accepting responsibility
• How to assist men to seek help

Agencies and workers are often privy only to the aftermath of a single incident in this ongoing pattern. Working Therapeutically with Men Who Perpetrate Violence can help make a positive difference for men and families, to support personal accountability and better understand patterns of behaviour.

 

Facilitator Bio

Facilitated by David Tully, Practice Manager for Specialised Family Violence Services at Relationships Australia South Australia (RASA), and facilitator of Back on Track: A Men’s Group for Positive Change.

David has worked in the area of domestic violence and childhood sexual assault for over 20 years. David’s role at RASA is focused on developing organisational practice approaches to working with perpetrators of domestic and family violence.

David has also participated on the research advisory panel for the Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault and is a Peer-Assessor for ANROWS (Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety) around perpetrator research.


Student Feedback

“I really enjoyed the training, the dangerous ideas concept is great.”


Enrolment Information

DatesOctober 16, 2020
Time9:30am to 4:30pm
Venue

The Institute
49a Orsmond Street, Hindmarsh

CostFull Fee $185.00 Concession $150.00

Enrol Here (16 Oct)

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