Social Work Practice with People Experiencing Controlling and Coercive Behavior
Date & Time:
Practitioners and Managers across Adults Social Care.
In this interactive workshop Participants will:
- Describe and critically analyse models of the use of power and control intimate relationships within the broader social context.
- Describe the role of coercive control within domestic abuse.
- Describe the key knowledge and skills that Social Workers will need to use in working with coercive control of people with social care needs.
- Describe the theoretical underpinnings of intersectionality of disability, race, sexuality and other protected characteristics in relation to power and control.
- Use the materials on coercive control hosted on a new web resource to cascade learning and development to colleagues.
Pre Course Preparation required:
Create an online Research in Practice for Adults (If you don’t already have one)
- Go to ripfa.org.uk
- Click Create Account in the top right hand corner
- Complete your details – using your work email address.
- When completing your details, ensure you subscribe to the e-bulletin and monthly Research and Policy update.
- Your username and temporary password will be sent to you via email.
- Log in using your username and password, and spend 5-10 minutes exploring the website and resources.
29th March 2019
09:30 – 16:30
Sutton Civic Offices Room G5, St Nicholas Way, Sutton, SM1 1EA
Research in Practice for Adults (RiPfA)