Working with Domestic Violence - Safe and Together Workshop - David Mandel 15 February 2017
The Victorian Family Law Pathways Network has brought David Mandel to Australia to run this workshop for 1 day only.
The Safe and Together Model is a perpetrator pattern based, child centred, survivor strengths approach to working with domestic violence.
Developed originally for child welfare systems, it has policy and practice implications for a variety of professionals and systems including domestic violence advocates, family service providers, courts, evaluators, domestic violence community collaboratives and others.
The behavioural focus of the model highlights the “how” of the work, offering practical and concrete changes in practice. The model has a growing body of evidence associated with it including recent correlations with a reduction in out of home placements in child welfare domestic violence cases. Download flyer for further information or contact: Adam Chetcuti on tel: 03 9287 5549; e: firstname.lastname@example.org