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Domestic and family violence (CHCDFV301A)
Target audience: Health workers and practitioners who are interested in developing skills to support, manage and assist clients who have experienced situations of violence and abuse.
Course summary: This course will occur over a two day period and provide participants with an overview of some of the issues surrounding domestic and family violence. Participants will be provided with the necessary skills to recognise violence and abuse and assess appropriate interventions.
Course learning objectives include:
- explore the theories of what causes domestic and family violence
- begin the process of deconstructing ideas, views and beliefs about disrespectful and abusive practice within the context of current research
- investigate how children and adults, men and women create meaning and tolerate abusive and disrespectful practices
- identify how to intervene with individuals, couples and families who experience disrespectful and abusive practice using systemic, cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and psycho-educational models
- learn how to undertake a safety assessment on victims, perpetrators, children and young people
- identify how to use questions to invite safety and self-responsibility.
Fee Payable: Yes
Delivery Mode: On site
Uniting Institute of Education
Level 4, 146 Marsden Street
Parramatta NSW 2150
PO Box 607
Parramatta NSW 2124
Ph: (02) 8830 0755
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