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Understanding and Responding to Coercive Control

July 19 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

This 3-hour workshop explores the dynamics of coercion and control within the context of family and domestic violence. Frontline staff and primary responders to family and domestic violence often encounter situations where a person is subjecting their current or former partner to coercive controlling tactics. Recognising coercive control and understanding patterns of abuse is critical to better support the people you work with, and to help shape a safer community for all.

Learning outcomes:

  • Understand coercive control
  • Build knowledge of perpetrator behaviour categories and tactics
  • Understand the impacts of coercive control on victim-survivors and children
  • Identify red flags and risk factors
  • Provide effective and trauma-informed responses to women experiencing coercive control

The workshop is for:
Frontline staff, primary responders and services working with victim-survivors experiencing FDV and their families.



July 19
9:00 am - 12:30 pm


Goldfields Women’s Health Care Centre
15 Dugan Street
Kalgoorlie, Western Australia Australia
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