Event details

27th November 2021, 9:30am to 1:30pm

Online event

  • Domestic abuse



About this event

This training is for practitioners supporting Lambeth residents only.

Trainer: Amity Relationship Solutions

Amity Relationship Solutions have considerable experience in the public, private, health and education sector helping organisations develop and embed relational, restorative and mediation approaches that will support them achieve better outcomes for themselves and the families they work with. The trainers have a background in couple counselling, parental conflict training and strategic oversight of Children’s Services Teams.

This training is for any practitioner working with families who is keen to recognise and understand the difference between parental conflict and domestic abuse. The session explores the language used, the critical difference between the two concerns, the differences from a survivor perspective, what destructive and constructive conflict looks like, coercive control, local risk assessment, safety planning and how to respond and refer to local support services. Attending this session will qualify you to move onto the “Relationships Matter Practical Toolkit” which provides more in depth information on parental conflict.

Learning objectives:

By the end of the session participants will:

• Recognise that there is a difference between parental conflict and domestic abuse.

• Understand the difference between constructive and destructive conflict.

• Recognise how parental conflict and domestic abuse are experienced by those involved.

• Understand the different language used when we talk about parental conflict and domestic abuse.

• Feel confident to use local risk assessment.

• Understand local pathways into provision for domestic abuse or parental conflict.