Learning Outcomes: Understanding of how children and young people experience domestic abuse, through theory and research Knowledge of how domestic abuse impacts on the child’s relationship with
- Understanding of how children and young people experience domestic abuse, through theory and research
- Knowledge of how domestic abuse impacts on the child’s relationship with the abusing parent; the non abusing parent; and the role children take in this family dynamic
- Supporting children and young people experiencing domestic abuse
Facilitator: Jodie McVicar is Scottish Women’s Aid’s National Training Co-ordinator, having previously worked in Women’s Aid refuges and having served as a Board Member providing governance to Women’s Aid groups. Jodie designs and delivers bespoke domestic abuse training nationally, both digitally and in person. She has a great interest in equalities, having campaigned, consulted on and supported implementation of various equalities legislation over the last 15 years, with eradicating domestic abuse and the impact it has on women and children a passion she has highlighted throughout this time. Jodie also has an extensive training background, based on upskilling service providers and supporting improved practice based on survivor led research.
To register for this event click on the link – https://womensaid.scot/training-event/webinar-domestic-abuse-children-young-people/
(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 12:30 am