WEBINAR series January-February with David Mandel
January/February 2022 Webinar Series with David Mandel: The Safe & Together Model Perpetrator Pattern Mapping Tool: An Introduction to the Online Version
After years of only being available as part of the Safe & Together Model CORE training, the Perpetrator Mapping Tool will be moving online in 2022. The online mapping tool, which will be available open to individuals and agencies, guides users through a step-by-step process for assessing perpetrator’s patterns of behavior, and impact of those behaviors on child, partner and family functioning. The tool helps practitioners identify survivors’ protective capacities, and complexity related to mental health, addiction, privilege and vulnerabilities. The tool can be used by teams, and individual practitioners to improve partnering with survivors, and interventions with perpetrators as parents. In advance of the tool’s wider availability, David Mandel, creator of the Safe & Together Model, will be hosting a series of webinars on the Perpetrator Pattern Mapping Tool.
Perpetrator Pattern Mapping: A domestic violence-informed systems transformation tool
12:00PM-1:30PM Sydney / 9:00AM-10:30AM Perth / 24 January 8:00PM-9:30PM New York
In this session, David will describe the history and theory behind the development of perpetrator pattern mapping. He will describe how the current version of the mapping tool is different from earlier versions and the rationale for taking the tool online. He will also explore the implications of gaps in current risk assessment approaches, and how a common framework and language can help improve collaboration and coordination.
Steps 1,2,3: Ensuring a strong practice foundation
11:00AM-12:30PM New York / 25 January 4:00PM-5:30PM London
In this session, David will dive into the first portion of the tool with its focus on perpetrator’s behaviors and their impact on child, partner and family functioning. When combined with an assessment of survivors’ protective capacities, these steps form the foundation of domestic violence-informed practice.
Steps: 4,5,6: Moving beyond the basics: Intersections, Intersectionalities and Worker Safety
22 February 12:00PM-1:30PM Sydney / 9:00AM-10:30AM Perth / 21 February 8:00PM-9:30PM New York
Domestic violence-informed practice is not siloed. Domestic violence perpetrators’ behaviors intersect with issues like substance misuse, and mental health. Survivors face multiple forms of oppression that shape how systems respond to her and her children’s needs. Workers wrestle with emotional and physical safety worries. In this session, David will examine how the mapping tool helps with complexity in domestic violence cases.
Steps 7 & 8: Moving to action: Intervening with Perpetrators and Partnering with Survivors
11:00AM-12:30PM New York / 22 February 4:00PM-5:30PM London
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