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How to support clients exposed to technology-facilitated coercive control

7 December @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEDT

Free
How To Support Clients Exposed To Technology-Facilitated Coercive Control

How to support clients exposed to technology-facilitated coercive control

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6897343519894374670
December 7 2022, 1:00PM – 2:00PM (AEDT)
Presenters: Presenters: Dr Evita March, Niamh O’Connor and Kristen Poel. Facilitated by Dr Jasmine B. MacDonald

 

Victim-survivors of domestic and family violence commonly experience a combination of technology-facilitated and in-person physical, sexual and/or financial abuse. Technology provides a way to extend the perpetrator’s ability to monitor and maintain surveillance of the victim-survivor. However, the nature of technology-facilitated coercive control means that victim-survivors can find seeking help to be challenging.

Drawing on the latest research and practitioner insights, this webinar:
• Describes what technology-facilitated coercive control looks like in practice.
• Provides examples of the different ways that victim-survivors might experience technology-facilitated coercive control.
• Suggests strategies for face-to-face and telehealth practice

This webinar will be of interest to practitioners who work with children and families in a range of settings including mental health and wellbeing.

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Date:
7 December
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEDT
Cost:
Free
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