Exploring families through a social entrapment/coercive control framework

Workshop Series (all 3) Fee: $300 + GST
Individual Workshop Fee: $110 + GST
Form: A Zoom link will be sent out a day prior to the session commencing

It is not necessary to attend all three, however it is recommended.

WORKSHOP 1:

Centring Children’s Safety and well-being – responding within the context of family violence

Monday 27th September 2021, 9.30am – 11.30am

This workshop will focus on children’s safety and well-being within the context of family violence; together we will explore the theoretical and practice issues for supportive conversations with children. We will provide an opportunity to begin exploring practices for having conversations that centralise safety and well-being, manage risk, consider our ethical accountabilities, and our duty of care.

WORKSHOP 2:

Working with fathers who perpetrate intimate partner violence

Monday 4th October 2021, 9.30am – 11.30am

This workshop explores the how-to of conversations with men around responsible fathering, based on ethics, values and aspirations. We will explore working with fathers who are perpetrators, naming and detailing the hopes of men, partners and fathers; moving beyond good intentions to daily practices of respect; considering responsible fathering interventions that appreciate connections between fathers’ relationships with their children and men’s behaviour towards their children’s mothers; and exploring moving from fathered centred parenting to child-centered parenting.

WORKSHOP 3:

Working with Mothers and their acts of care, safety and protection, and resistance

Monday 11th October 2021, 9.30am – 11.30am

We will explore the many ways that mothers’ actively respond to protect their children when they are being subjected to control, abuse and violation by their children’s father. As systems, we must strengthen the ways in which we make visible, in every part of systems, mothers’ acts of care, her actions to prioritise children’s safety and protection, and ways in which they resist violation for safety and the dignity of themselves and their children. Supporting moth- er-child relationships and connections is critical in interventions with the family.

REGISTER BELLOW

PLEASE STATE WHAT WORK OR WORKSHOPS YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND

Workshop 1 Centring Children’s Safety and well-being – responding within the context of family violence 27/9

Workshop 2 Working with fathers who perpetrate intimate partner violence 4/10

Workshop 3 Working with Mothers and their acts of care, safety and protection, and resistance 11/10

All three workshops

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