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Family Violence: beyond the obvious, revealing Coercive Control and why you need to know about it

 

  • Increase knowledge of the complex nature of family violence and abuse.
  • Understand coercive control and why it is hard to recognise.
  • Address social tolerance towards family abuse.

Tuesday, 29th May, 2018

10 am

Campbell Town

Tickets; $20 – $60

 

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Lunch and refreshments provided. Please notify dietary requirements to admin@she.org.au with “RSVP CC” in the subject field by 22 May 2018

 

The Grange, Meeting & Function Centre, 4 Commonwealth Lane, Campbell Town

 

Workshop Outline

9.50 – 10:00

 

Registration and refreshments
10:00 – 10:10

 

Welcome and orientation
10:10 – 11:40

 

Torna Pitman, BEd, BSW (Hons), PhD

Coercive control – how to identify it and what you can do about it.

11:40 – 11:50

 

Jane Withers, BSocSc, GradDip Couns

Scenario presentation

11:50 – 12:35

 

Anjelina van Rooyen, BEd, BSW

Why we need to talk about sex and intimacy as an abusive tactic.

12:35 – 1:05

 

Lunch
1:05 – 1:10

 

Announcement
1:10 – 1:20

 

Lived experience
1:20 – 2:15

 

Panel and Q&A

Diverse perspectives of coercive control

TBC

2:15-  3.00

 

Scott Holmes, BSocSci, BDiv, DipMin

Primary prevention – how we stop abuse without it starting.