- 31 May 2023
- 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Pivoting to the perpetrator: How to engage with patients who use DFV
The Pivoting to the perpetrator workshop is 90 minute interactive training session facilitated by Safer Families Centre, University of Melbourne to support general practitioners and primary care providers. The workshop will endeavour to enhance your confidence to safely engage with people who use violence. A panel of experts will discuss how to sensitively ask and respond to disclosures and encourage your patients to seek help appropriately.
The Introductory workshop is for GPs and other primary care providers and will discuss how to identify when violence is occurring and how to sensitively ask and respond to disclosures and encourage your patients to seek help appropriately.
Tori Cooke: Is a social worker experienced in working with women experiencing FDV, suicide bereavement counselling, AOD counselling and working directly with men using violence and abuse. In the last decade, Tori has worked on a range of initiatives in the men’s family violence space in Victoria as part of the FV Royal Commission reforms.
Libby Dai: Is a GP Research Fellow at the Department of General Practice and Primary Care at the University of Melbourne
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