Understanding domestic abuse and coercive control - Kent Uni

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Learn how to recognise the signs of domestic abuse and how to support your colleagues or friends who are affected by domestic abuse.

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Would you like learn how to recognise the signs of domestic abuse and how to support your colleagues or friends who are affected by domestic abuse?

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It can be difficult to know what to do when someone tells you they are experiencing domestic abuse, or how to ask questions, if you suspect people want to talk.

People from all walks of life are affected by domestic abuse, so you having the confidence and knowledge to talk about abuse and where someone can seek help will make all the difference!

Rising Sun Domestic Violence & Abuse Service is offering free training to Kent University staff around domestic abuse, in partnership with Clarion Housing.

This two hour training will help you develop your understanding of what domestic abuse is, what it looks like and how to respond.

The training will cover:

The definition and dynamics of domestic abuse

How it impacts survivors’ lives

The barriers to seeking help

How to respond if a survivor discloses abuse

How to seek ongoing support

This training is provided as part of the service funded by KCC within the Integrated Domestic Abuse Service contract. Clarion Housing Group partners with Rising Sun Domestic Violence and Abuse Service closely on a number of projects within east Kent combining their knowledge and skills to bring vital services to our community, including domestic abuse provision in hospitals; domestic abuse advocacy and crises intervention and training.

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Rising Sun has been supporting adults, families and children to live free from the fear and impact of domestic abuse for over 40 years. We are a charity providing a range of specialist domestic abuse services from making families safe and rebuilding survivors’ lives, to working with schools and community groups to deliver healthy relationships programmes to young people to prevent future abusive relationships. We are experienced and skilled facilitators delivering training to local organisations, medical practitioners, businesses (large and small) and can offer bespoke training to fulfil requirements.

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