Individual Work with Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse
This is a 4 day training which aims to convey the understanding and skills necessary to facilitate the Respect Individual Work Programme – which is a domestic abuse perpetrator programme designed to be delivered 1-1 over 20 core sessions plus a range of supplementary sessions selected to fit the individual client.
The training is participatory and practical, with a strong focus on working interactively with the programme materials
- Why the individual programme was developed, what settings it is designed for, and what agency structures are necessary to support safe practice.
- Challenges in working 1-1 with perpetrators of domestic violence: dealing with denial and working motivationally
- The balance between programme fidelity and working responsively with individual issues
- Initial engagement exercises
- Signals and Self awareness
- Analysing specific incidents of abusive behaviour – the iceberg technique as a visual method for implementing cognitive behavioural work
- Identifying and practicing non abusive alternative behaviours
- Increasing awareness of the impacts of domestic violence
- Working with emotionally abusive behaviours
- Working with jealousy
- Working with sexually abusive behaviours in intimate relationships
- Unpacking abusive incidents using storyboarding
- Overview of supplementary modules of the programme
Dates: 6-9 March 2017
Cost: Respect Members: £480 (including VAT); Non-members: £600 (including VAT)
Book online using our online booking form.