13, 20, 27 November and 4 December (9.30 - 16.30 each day)

Delivered online, via Zoom

Respect Member: £576 (£480 + 20% VAT) 

Non-member: £720 (£600 + 20% VAT)


Course description 

This course is designed for organisations who have set up, or are in the process of setting up, a one-to-one intervention programme for domestic violence perpetrators. 

The course explores the difference between group and individual work, when individual work might be more effective, and how to use the Respect Individual Work Programme with perpetrators. The training is participatory and practical, with a strong focus on working interactively with the programme materials.  

What will I learn?  

  • Learn why the individual programme was developed, what settings it is designed for, and what agency structures are necessary to support safe practice 
  • Understand the challenges related to working one-to-one with perpetrators 
  • Understand the balance between programme fidelity and working responsively with individual issues 
  • Learn how to analyse specific incidents of abusive behaviour 
  • Practice using techniques which address denial, minimisation and justification of abusive behaviours 
  • Learn to how to help clients identify and practice a broad spectrum of non-abusive behaviours using a range of exercises  

Who should attend? 

Practitioners working with perpetrators on a one-to-one basis who want to improve their existing skills 

Practitioners who want to start an individual domestic violence perpetrator programme 

Practitioners with an in-depth understanding of the dynamics of domestic violence and abuse 

What previous attendees to this Zoom training said:

'I have learned to evaluate situations in a clearer manner in relation to perpetrators'

'It has given me a whole new outlook for working with perpetrators. I now feel I am equipped to tackle DV in a methodical way'

'I really benefited from watching the tutors do role play because it was so well done and not awkward it gave a real insight into how the techniques can be used in practice'

'I am more aware and better informed of working in this field after engaging in the training'

Respect is a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1141636, and a company, number 7582438. Registered address: The Green House, 244-254 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9DA.
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