Assessment and Intervention of Perpetrators of Domestic Violence
|Description||'Assessment and Intervention of Perpetrators of Domestic Violence' is designed for professionals currently working or desiring to work in the field of Family and Domestic Violence.
It will focus on therapeutic models used to work effectively with perpetrators of family and domestic violence such as Dr Steven Stosny's Compassion/Power Model and Alan Jenkin's Invitation to Responsibility within the framework of The Duluth Model.
It is preferable that participants have prior understanding of the Best Practice Principles and Competency Standards of State and Federal Government family and domestic violence initiatives.
By the end of the course participants will be able to:
Explore aspects of the models mentioned above
Gain knowledge of the theoretical workings of these models
Develop practical skills for the clinical application of the deliverables
|About the presenter(s)||Chaz McVeigh is the coordinator of MensTime, a program run by men for men. He is also the Family Domestic Violence Consultant for Anglicare WA. MensTime provides one on one counselling for men plus group work, seminars and workshops. Chaz is a member of the ICCWA Community Violence Prevention Strategy reference group. He is also on the national leadership group for MFR and a board member of the Koolkuna Women's Refuge.
Chaz has also set up an anger management program that is run in two prisons in WA for prisoners due for release. He has been working with men for the last eight years in the fields of Drugs and Alcohol and Mental Health, while at Anglicare WA focusing on the work of anger management.
|Location||WA Metro, Australia|
|Venue||Anglicare WA Training Services
Level 1, 23 Adelaide Tce, EAST PERTH WA 6004
Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
|Start/End Date||22 Nov 2012 to 23 Nov 2012|
|Time||9:30am - 4:30pm|
|Cost||$380 inc GST|
|Organiser||Anglicare WA Training Services|
|Contact Name||Events Officer|
|Telephone||08 9263 2122|
|Fax||08 9325 8969|