Domestic abusePresentation for basic awareness training day Download (ppt 1. 10MB)Additional scenario which focuses on an older woman being abused / controlled by her son Download (word 36KB)Two scenarios for use in mental health settings or to highlight mental health impact of domestic abuse Download Scenario 1 & Download Scenario 2 (word 32KB and word 30KB)Domestic AbuseLevel 1 Level 1 Contains programme, exercises and tutor notes Level 1 Reduce Abuse Project Teaching and resource pack for teaching staff.

Also a training programme to support teachers using the pack.

Powerpoint - no one deserves to be hurt

21MB) available from Women`s Support Project on request. Email [email protected] Mytha and values responses (pdf 299KB)Identifying risk in domestic abuse.

Part A: theory Short session / presentationAdditional training materials Lanarkshire Alcohol and Drugs Partnership (pdf 654KB) Aims to inform and support staff working with survivors and perpetrators of domestic abuse for whom substance use is an issue.

Written mainly for practitioners in specialist domestic abuse or alcohol and drugs services but useful for staff in any setting looking for information or advice on how to respond to service users affected by both domestic abuse and substance use The Effects of Domestic Violence on Children and Adolescents Do they have an Order of Protection. Is it with Interventions for Children Exposed to Violence..

Scottish Women’s Aid website has a section on publications and resources much of which is useful for awareness raising and training on domestic abuse. This includes information briefings such as: impact of domestic abuse on mental health, domestic abuse and alcohol, impact on children and young people, and others.

A series of exercises developed by Scottish Women’s Aid to increase understanding of domestic abuse:Wave training programme on combatting violence against women Basic information and training material relating to the issue of violence against women in intimate relationships.

Specific modules for law enforcement, judicial, medical, psycho-social professionals A useful handout for domestic abuse training (pdf 680KB)DARTSS - Domestic abuse resources and training for schools in Scotland Aimed at schools / education 22 May 2012 - 2012 PAAVE Presentation. Domestic violence powerpoint time to leave for good- they know the systems they need to access in order to be .

Information on domestic abuse, relevance to Curriculum for Excellence and opportunity to share resources and practice. Scottish Government, National Children and Young People`s Prevention Network, 2011 Aimed at work with children from primary 4 to 7. (20mins 18secs)Audio visual resources Four women talk about their experience of domestic abuse View on-line or copy available on loan from Women`s Support ProjectCoercive control View online. 4m 32secs Evan Stark, Rutgers University, author of `Coercive Control` speaks about the nature of domestic violence and the need for criminal justice and social work services to address this as a liberty crime.

Lecture on domestic abuse / coercive control, by Professor Evan Stark 7 Nov 2016 - Domestic Violence: The Challenge of Taking Account of the Interests of We need to get this out in the open. PowerPoint Presentation..

Podcast, Glasgow Caledonian University, September 2013. 57 minutesLet me tell you Scottish Women’s Aid, DVD, 2006, 17 minutes Provides an opportunity for professionals to hear directly from women, children and young people what is helpful and what is not about support following domestic abuse.

Designed for use within a wider training course dealing with the potential impact of domestic abuse Women's Aid is the national charity for women and children The 24 Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline (run in partnership by The Police need more training in handling domestic abuse cases, perpetrators and victims AND there needs in order for one individual to exert power, control or coercion over another..

Catch 22 domestic abuse - halton safeguarding children board

Useful for training professionals likely to come into contact with children experiencing domestic abuse. Scottish Women’s Aid, DVD, 2009, 15 minutes Collaboration between SWA, local Women’s Aid groups and women, children and young people who have used Women’s Aid services.