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Applying a Trauma Informed Approach when supporting adults who have experienced Domestic Violence

Providing services to survivors of domestic violence often involves advocating for legal, financial and physical safety. A trauma informed approach requires that workers also attend to advocating for and supporting emotional and psychological safety. In addition, this requires that individual workers and organisations strive for building the resources and capabilities of domestic violence survivors so that they may navigate their own safety and the systems that will support them to... [More]

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Domestic and Family Violence: Understanding the Impact on Children

For many years children were viewed as silent witnesses to the trauma which was going on within their homes. Some even considered that children could live in these homes and not be impacted. Research indicates an alarming prevalence of domestic violence in our society and a potentially harmful impact on children. For these reasons it is important for those workers who encounter children in their work roles to have some insight into domestic violence and its impact on children. The... [More]

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Understanding and Responding to Domestic Violence

Whether you are working in a service focused on DV or not, DV is so prevalent anyone working in the social welfare, children’s, health and education sectors need to be able to identify DV, understand the dynamics, the potential impacts, the safety, legal and support systems and be able utilise good practice and safe responses to individuals and families. Learning Outcomes: Identify DV, and screening tool Understand the dynamics Understand potential impacts Identify the safety,... [More]

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Responding Effectively to People who have Experienced Sexual Violence

Disclosures of sexual violence strike fear into the heart of many clinicians and the most frequent response is to refer to sexual assault experts. Latest estimates however, suggest that one in five Australian women and one in 22 Australian men experience sexual violence after the age of 15 years (Cox, 2016). Such prevalence rates mean that specialist sexual assault services are unable to respond to total demand of people affected by sexual violence. A safe relational space is... [More]

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