SAJE Scotland - Understanding Domestic Abuse from a Women's Perspective
When: 9.30pm-4.00pm, Thursday 07 May 2020 Where: Ore Valley Business Centre, 93 Main Street, Lochgelly, KY5 9AF This event is being organised by SAJE Scotland Costs Places for voluntary sector delegates (staff, committee members or volunteers) �60.00 per person Places for non-voluntary sector delegates are �60.00 per person
This course aims to enable professionals and voluntary sector workers to understand and identify controlling and harmful behaviours set within relationships and be able to support those experiencing domestic abuse in an empathetic, knowledgeable and practical manner.
Successful completion of this course will provide:
Understand how society and our institutions and services reinforce inequality and consequently perpetuate abuse.
Recognise abusive and domineering behaviour within the parameters of the Freedom Programme.
Understand the tactics used by a perpetrator.
Know how hard it is to disclose abuse, leave an abusive relationship and not return.
Understand the long and short-term impact that abuse can have on women and children.
Realise the range of coping strategies women use to cope with emotional pain.
Understand how effective a better knowledge of violence against women and children will be for women disclosing for the first time.