Sat, 01 Feb | The Hive. Office 102

Domestic abuse - Coercive control

This event is aimed at counsellors dealing with client or other people experiencing coercive control. Being able to recognise and support clients and friends/family members experiencing coercive control is a huge step forward in tackling domestic abuse
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Domestic abuse - Coercive control

Time & Location

01 Feb 2020, 10:00 – 13:00
The Hive. Office 102 , Enterprise Cres, Lisburn BT28 2BP, UK

About the Event

Coerceive control legislation currently exists in England, Wales and Scotland but this does not mean it is not present in Northern Ireland.  Supporting victims or friends and families who experience coerceive control is a critical skill for counsellors  

Coerceive control is different from the categories of domestic abuse many counsellors have been trained in.  

This event will help you understand what is coerceive control?  How it impacts upon victims families and friends who can see the control but often feel powerless to help.  This type of abuse does not necessarily involve physical violence but always involves control.  

This event is limited to 10 attendees, a waiting list will be held.  Places are on a first come first serve basis.  Registration is on line using this website.  

This training event will count as three hours towards your CPD.  A certificate will be sent out after your attendance at the course.

The course will be delivered by Tina Wetherall-Pegley.  Tina is a qualified counsellor and trainer.  Tina has several years experience of dealing with domestic abuse victims and she is looking forward to presenting this coerceive control event to other counsellors 

Registration is Closed

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