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Working with Parents who have Experienced Domestic Abuse (ASYE priority places)

Course Code
BH/22/0327
Course Types
Webinar
Overview
This course will support you to develop skills and knowledge in understanding the complexity of domestic abuse dynamics, and making assessments that formulate a clear analysis around family safety and prognosis for recovery and change. We will consider the experience of domestic abuse victims once Children’s Services become involved with a family. The course will include consideration of risk assessment tools and processes, different interventions and safety planning.
Start Date
Wednesday 12 October 2022
End Date
Wednesday 12 October 2022
Times
09:30 - 12:30
Number of Sessions
1
Learning outcomes
By the end of this course you will be able to


  • recognise domestic abuse dynamics and typologies including coercive control and stalking & harassment.

  • review models and theories that will support you in making robust domestic abuse assessments, including the DASH-RIC, Trauma bonding, Investment theory.

  • consider safety planning with victims of domestic abuse and what interventions may best help the family.

Additional information
Target Audience
Children's Services (B&HCC) / Learning Disability Services / Social Workers
target audience
Course pre-requisites
Venue
Microsoft Teams, online learning session
venue
Commissioner
Event Trainers
Mary Crowther / Kath Minter
tutors
Pricing Bands
Tier 1
£0.00
Tier 2
£0.00
Tier 3
£0.00
Tier 4
£0.00
Tier 5
£0.00