Professional Development

Introduction to recognising and understanding the dynamics of domestic and family violence

Family, domestic and sexual violence is a major national health and welfare issue in Australia that can have lifelong impacts for both victims and those who use violence. DFV also accounts for the primary reason for homelessness.

This workshop focuses on the importance of recognising types of DFV in families and relationships, legal and ethical considerations for responding to the incidences of DFV, understanding risk and safety, and identifying appropriate interventions and referral points for support.

This Workshop will:

  • Seek to promote a strong understanding to professionals of the dynamics of domestic and family violence;
  • Provide knowledge for application into our work practices to support individuals and families in establishing safety and reducing risk of significant harm;
  • Incorporate cultural considerations when working with families, women and children from CALD or Aboriginal backgrounds;
  • Provide opportunities to engage in applying knowledge into practice through case studies.

 

More Information

LEAD, ph (02) 9620 6172 or email info@leadpda.org.au

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Date

Wednesday 30 June 2027

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Cost

  • Member: $260.00 + GST
  • Non-Member: $325.00 + GST
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