The Intersection of Domestic Violence & Separation

Your role as a front line practitioner in supporting families post separation with the lived experience of domestic violence.

Workshop Details

Date: Wednesday, 15 May 2024

Time: 13:00

Location: Virtual Workshop via Zoom

Cost: €8.50 – to be paid on booking through eventbrite

Availability: 35 spaces

More Information

This workshop is for all front line practitioners working to support children/parents post-separation (Family Support/Youth Work/Early Years/Therapeutic Supports/etc).

The Facilitator – Eavan Ward of Women’s Aid

This workshop will explore the prevalence of ongoing domestic violence post-separation, due to court ordered child contact. You will be supported as a front-line practitioner to understand the role you can play in supporting the victim parent/child as they recognise and cope with ongoing domestic violence. You will become more aware of the services/supports and professional training offered through Women’s Aid to support your practice in this area of your work.