Domestic and Family Violence, Attachment and Complexity
Practice-Focused Concepts and Tools to Address Risk, Perpetration and Prevention.
Domestic violence is often complex: the intersection of multiple lives, histories and contexts. When it comes to prevention/intervention, this heterogeneity presents formidable challenges. When viewed from a few selected perspectives the evident complexity offers new opportunities. One promising approach to such complexity has been research into the identification of developmental pathways and risks associated with domestic violence (DV) and family violence (FV). Such an approach provides at least two benefits: (1) an understanding of antecedents and possible risk (sometimes causal ones via longitudinal studies) and (2) a model to comprehend complexity in current experience.
- Contact Hours: 7.0 hrs
- Format: Lecture and Assessment
- Duration: 1 Day
- Compatibility: All Devices
- Language: English
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