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Understanding Coercive and Controlling Behaviour in Intimate Relationships

Date & Time of Training: 
18 May, 2019 - 10:00 to 16:30
St Thomas Centre, Ardwick Green North, Manchester, M12 6FZ

This is a one day training course aimed at practitioners who work with couples and their relationships.

CPD certificates provided.

The day covers the following:
• An introduction to the law governing coercive and controlling behaviour in intimate relationships, including forced marriage, so called ‘honour based’ violence, stalking and harassment
• An understanding of the likely psychological impact of coercive and controlling behaviour in intimate relationships
• An outline of the risk factors which indicate the potential for serious harm to or murder of clients in coercive and controlling relationships
• Identifying this pattern of behaviour; taking the ‘ordinary’ things we hear in counselling, interpreting and reinterpreting them
• Identifying next steps for counsellors to take to safeguard vulnerable clients;
• The role of the other agencies that will actively safeguard victims

Book by the end of December for the Early Bird price

Relate Cheshire & Merseyside incorporating Relate Greater Manchester South
Please quote Manchester Community Central when booking
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