Intervening with perpetrators of domestic violence is central to improving safety and wellbeing for children and families. At the same time, it is one of the most challenging areas of our work. Domestic violence-informed practice rests on the simple notion that male caregivers’ behaviors and choices matter to child and family functioning.
In this package, two (2) introductory practice courses and three (3) 90 minute instructor-led practice sessions will help participants better understand working with male caregivers and how to effecively apply a perpetrator pattern-based approach to creating and measuring behavioral focus plans with perpetrators.
North America & Europe Live Practice Training Schedule:
Feb 2 | Feb 9 | Feb 16 11am New York / 4pm London