Family Violence - Theory to Practice - Porirua, Horowhenua & Wairarapa
Dates & Locations
- 10 February 2022, Porirua
- 15 February 2022, Levin, Horowhenua
- 22 February 2022, Carterton, Wairarapa
Rob Veale Ltd
$95, reduced rates vary for community, and/or not-for-profit organisations
This introductory interactive workshop is primarily intended for new staff or non-specialists who engage with families and whānau who may be experiencing family violence and associated family harm. While several aspects of family violence will be introduced, the primary focus will focus on intimate partner violence (IPV).
While the workshop serves as an ‘introduction’, feedback from more experienced staff attending has been they also found it useful to refresh and update existing knowledge. By the end of this workshop participants will be able to:
- Consider some of the definitions, behaviours and frameworks associated with family violence
- Consider some of the past and contemporary theories relating to IPV including the cycle of violence, power and control, and coercive control
- Consider various factors impacting on safe practice when working with LGBTQ+, people with disabilities and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities
- Describe the signs and symptoms associated with IPV
- Start the ‘difficult conversations with ‘clients’
- Responding to positive disclosures or suspected family violence
- Have greater awareness about court orders, police orders and initiatives, and
- Other contemporary issues, including topics raised by participants.
Rob Veale has worked in the family violence sector for over 30 years. His work in this area was recognised in the New Year Honours list in 2006. He shares his extensive experience from Police, an inaugural member of the New Zealand Family Violence Death Review Committee, international experience with NZAID and health experience through his role as the Violence Intervention Programme Coordinator for CCDHB.
Rob has developed and delivered training to many groups throughout New Zealand and the Pacific on a range of family violence-related topics.
Contact the organiser about workshops in other locations.