Practising the Duluth model in our daily work with domestic violence perpetrators

Register Now ! 25th July Facilitated by Tracy Castelino, Lisa French, Anthony Lekkas and Rodney Vlais The Domestic Abuse Intervention Project (DAIP – “Duluth Model”) is an ever-evolving way of thinking about how a community works together to end domestic and family violence. The Duluth Model is an organising method that prioritises woman victim-survivor safety…
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Challenging Racism in Our Work

Register While Spaces Are Still Available. 10th July Facilitated by Dr Tracy Castelino and Lisa French We all have cultural stories and sites of privileges and oppressions; some stories are made visible and some remain purposely invisible or silenced. This workshop offers a reflective space to name and explore political and social structures of domination…
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ShantiWorkshops June-August 2019

June – The entrapments of romantic love: living with the realities of domestic violence Dr Tracy Castelino 21st June, 2019 This workshop explores the powerful and concerning impact of romantic love discourses for women being subject to intimate partner violence. Click here for more information and to register!   July – Reflective Supervision- developing and…
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ShantiWorkshops February – May 2019

Febuary- #metoo: overting the politics and exploring the impact of the #metoo movement on our work, our selves, and our relationships’  Lisa French 22nd February, 2019 This workshop will make visible the political and social history of the #metoo movement and explore the structures of oppression that permission the systematic abuses and violations of girls and…
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ShantiWorkshops September, October, November

September – #metoo: overting the politics and exploring the impact of the #metoo movement on our work, our selves, and our relationships’  Lisa French 14th September, 2018 October – ‘The entrapments of romantic love: living with the realities of domestic violence’  Dr Tracy Castelino 19th October, 2018 November – Reflective Supervision- developing and enhancing your practice…
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August ShantiWorkshop

Weaving Somatic Awareness and Creative Expression With Clients Cathy Williams Click here for more information and to register!  

AND ANOTHER REFLECTION……

Congratulations to the ShantiWorks team on the recent Duluth conference. It was such a valuable experience to hear directly from the ‘Duluth team’ and gain a greater understanding of the coordinated work to provide safety for women and children while making perpetrators truly accountable for their use of violence.  I particularly enjoyed the presentation from…
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AND ANOTHER REFLECTION……

The Duluth training brought to Victoria by ShantiWorks provides an unparalleled opportunity for practitioners to be able to learn and develop skills central to the work of prioritizing safety for women and children and perpetrator interventions. The Duluth model is world renown for being an approach to perpetrator accountability that is established, evidence based and…
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AND ANOTHER REFLECTION……

Thank you ShantiWorks for bringing us the Duluth model conference. It is the second time we have attended it and again got so much out of it. While an enormous amount has been and continues to be achieved by the sector in Victoria, we are inspired by what has been achieved in Duluth by a committed group…
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MORE REFLECTIONS FROM THE DULUTH CONFERENCE SERIES

I want to congratulate Tracy and her team at ShantiWorks on their initiative leadership in bringing the team from Duluth to Melbourne. It was a massive and ambitious undertaking that showed leadership and vision and involved sustained effort over months to achieve. I participated in the Growing the Duluth Model, Accountability based Group Work with Perpetrators…
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