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

Course Code
Course Types
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
09:30 - 12:30
Number of Sessions
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
Microsoft Teams, online learning session
Event Trainers
Mary Crowther / Kath Minter
Pricing Bands
Tier 1
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