Defining & Expecting Behavior Change as a Measure of Success for Domestic Violence Perpetrators
"So, Has He Changed?” is a question asked commonly by domestic violence survivors, courts, child welfare, perpetrator intervention programs, evaluators and other professionals. But how can we meaningfully answer it? In this 1-hour webinar, David Mandel outlines steps to keep the attention of systems on perpetrators’ real behavior change and the importance of including the voices of survivors.
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over almost 30 years’ experience in the domestic violence field, David’s
international training and consulting focuses on improving systems’ responses
to domestic violence when children are involved. Through years of work with
child welfare systems, he has developed the Safe & Together™ Model to
improve case practice and cross-system collaboration in domestic violence cases
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Welcome to the Safe & Together Institute: your resource for domestic violence-informed trainings, systems consultations and tools.