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Multi Agency Front Line Professionals Training Module

"Working with men who experience domestic abuse'

Cost: £95.00

One Day Course: 29th September 2015

Start 9:45 (coffee available from 9.15am) Finish 4:30pm

Venue: Safer Wales, 1st Floor, Castle House, Castle Street, Cardiff, CF10 1BS

Download the booking form here

While the majority of victims are women, men do experience domestic abuse and need support. It is often hard for men to get help in these situations because of fears about being ridiculed, or not being believed.

The Safer Wales Dyn project provides support to Heterosexual, Gay, Bisexual and Trangender men who are experiencing domestic abuse. It has developed a number of guiding principles for its work, which include:

It is essential to develop appropriate services for all men which are effective in reducing risk and increasing safety
An appropriate assessment protocol is essential in order to identify, and respond appropriately to counter-allegations of domestic abuse

Training content includes:

Understanding the issues for men who experience domestic abuse

Barriers to disclosure

Assessing men on a scale from victim to perpetrator

How to use the Dyn assessment tool to identify men, on a scale from ‘victim’ to ‘perpetrator’

Learning Outcomes:

To gain skills in responding appropriately to male victims

To be able to use these skills and knowledge, supported by the Dyn assessment tool for work with male victims



Target Group:- Multi disciplinary practitioners working in domestic absue and sexual violence , organisations who work with men, or wish to develop their services to work with men.



This training will be useful for both managers and frontline professionals wishing to develop their understanding in relation to providing appropriate responses to male clients experiencing domestic abuse.



The training will be provided by Simon Borja, the Project Development Manager & Matthew Bailey Dyn Project CAADA qualified IDSVA (Safer Wales Ltd).


To book a place please please complete and return the booking form to training@saferwales.com

 

Training will include refreshments, buffet lunch and training folder which include handouts and the assessment tool.

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