WEBINAR series  MAY - JUNE with david mandel

Exploring the Principles, Components and Applications of the Safe & Together Model

In this four part webinar series David Mandel, Executive Director and Founder of the Safe & Together Institute, outlines key aspects of the Safe & Together Model and shares tools to help you become more domestic violence-informed in your systems and practice. Whether you have undertaken training in the Model or are new to the Model, these webinars are opportunities to learn, ask questions and receive concrete guidance on becoming more domestic violence-informed in your systems and practice.  
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The Safe & Together Model: 15 Years of Practice Connecting Coercive Control to Child Well Being

17 May 11am EST / 4pm London
90 minutes
*This webinar takes place at 1am on 18 May Melbourne 

Countries across the world are expanding their legal definitions of domestic abuse to include coercive and controlling behavior. But what difference does that make for our work with families? In this webinar David Mandel, Executive Director and Founder of the Safe & Together Institute shows how for over 15 years, the Safe & Together Model has translated the theory of coercive control into concrete practice by connecting perpetrator’s patterns with outcomes for children and survivor’s decision-making. 

Worker Safety When Engaging with Domestic Violence Perpetrators

18 May 9am Perth / 11am Melbourne

 90 minutes

*This webinar takes place 9pm 17 May EST New York

How can we make sure that we, or the staff we supervise, are physically and emotionally safe when engaging with domestic violence perpetrators? In this webinar David Mandel, Executive Director and Founder of the Safe & Together Institute explores how worker safety goes hand in hand with creating systems and practitioners that engage with perpetrators of domestic violence. David will tackle the complexities around workers’ personal experiences of domestic violence and explore how to create safe and supportive working environments.

How Perpetrators Manipulate Systems and Professionals

16 June 9am Perth / 11am Melbourne 

 90 minutes

*This webinar takes place 9pm 15 June EST New York

Domestic violence perpetrator manipulation of systems and professionals is deeply impactful, devastating and dangerous to adult and child survivors. The ways in which perpetrators can use the power of systems to bolster their control adult and child survivors are wide-ranging. In this webinar David Mandel, Executive Director and Founder of the Safe & Together Institute explores how systems can be vulnerable to perpetrator manipulation and what we can do about it.

Partnering with Survivors Starts with Perpetrator Accountability

16 June 11am EST / 4pm London

90 minutes

*This webinar takes place at 1am on 17 June Melbourne

Why is a perpetrator focus needed, even when we are working with survivors? In this webinar David Mandel, Executive Director and Founder of the Safe & Together Institute introduces the steps to partnering with survivors, and why holding perpetrators accountable is critical to affirming survivors