Aspects of Abuse
Aspects of Abuse is our highly successful seminar series running twice yearly where we focus on aspects of both domestic violence perpetrators and sex offenders.
This series looks at various aspects of domestic and sexual abuse – the aims of the day include sharing research, knowledge and experience, encouraging networking across agency boundaries and promoting and developing best practice.
Aspects of Abuse – Adolescents (May 2009)
Due to the popularity of the previous event around Adolescent behaviour we ran this content a second time but with the addition of two new key contributors:
- Links between domestic violence and gang involvement – Jo Sharpen, GLDVP
- The Lives of Children and Young People who Sexually Harm – Ken Finlayson, OXYAP
Aspects of Abuse – Adolescents (July 2008)
Exploring the theme from the viewpoint of both the adolescent victim and the adolescent with violent or abusive behaviour.
- Aspects of Abuse – Julia Worms
- Boys to Men Programme – Karen Roberts (Bracknell YOS)
- R-U-Safe? – Michelle Kukielka (Barnardos)
- Dating Relationships – What do we know? – James Campbell
- The Turning Point – Julia Worms
- YPS Project – Kate Ivvi (Respect)
- safeguarding-children-across-generations-swaay-stuart-nicklin-july-08 – Stuart Nicklin (SWAAY)
- Fresh Start Services – Colin Hawkes (NSPCC)
Domestic and Sexual Abuse – Presenting Offender Profiles (November 2006)
- Domestic Abuse Perpetrators – Who are they? – Sue Pearce
- Sex Offenders – Presenting Profiles – Donald Findlater
Domestic Abuse, Sexual Abuse and Mental Health Implications (May 2006)
- Abuse: The Hidden Reality, Patterns of Violence and Abuse, Impact on Health and Well-Being – Dr Jo Nurse
- Managing the mental health effects of domestic violence – Dr Roxane Agnew-Davies