Examining Post-Separation DVA

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It may be assumed that the nature, trauma & harm, impact & multidimensional consequences of Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA) end after adult and child survivors separate from their perpetrators, but the reality is far from this.

The phase of “Post-separation” (time after survivors separate from their perpetrator’s) is a major period in lives of adult and child survivors, but it is a universally highly misunderstood issue that continues to shape & control the lives of adult & child survivors for many years.

Most importantly, post-separation is the most dangerous phase for victims. Perpetrators continue to present untoward wide ranging difficulties to survivors, as well as professionals. And the risk of more grievous harm, and threat to life is greatest at this stage, accounting for 50% of homicides related to DVA.

The aim of this national training day is to thoroughly examine the complexities at post-separation, as well as provide the best guidance on addressing matters that arise amidst the post-separation challenges.

Date: Friday, 10 June 2016, 10.00am to 4.00pm. Registration at 9.30am.

Venue: The Signing Tree Conference Centre, Ladywood Road, BIRMINGHAM, West Midlands, B16 8SZ

Cost: £77.00 per delegate, inclusive of educational materials. REGISTER ONLINE or call 01212317465 for offline payments.

Trainers: Kudakwashe Nyakudya – Consultant on DVA & Founder of Kahrmel Wellness;  MICK CURTAIN – Training Manager For The National Centre For Domestic Violence; & DAMIAN CARNELL – Trainer On Working With Perpetrators & Director Of End Gendered Abuse.

This training is especially suitable for  statutory service workers, academics, survivors of DVA, politicians, other professionals who work with victims & perpetrators of DVA, multi-faith leaders, & members of multi-faith communities.

Topics:

  1. Examining the complex multi-dimensional challenges at post-separation
  2. The multi-dimensional impact of DVA on adult & child survivors
  3. The debate on child contact with abusive parent
  4. Legal & social perspectives
  5. Working with perpetrators
  6. Finding complete restoration – for adult & child survivors
  7. Empowering the non-abusive parent
  8. The positive use of faith

Please note: no refunds are available for cancellations made within 3 weeks to an event date.

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Also see:

post separation DVA highly misunderstood, yet most dangerous

Cross government overhaul needed for Domestic Violence & Abuse services

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