The Relationship between Gender and Coercive Control in the Context of Domestic and Family Violence

Dr Jamilla Rosdahl This presentation explores the relationship between gender and the expression of coercive control in the context of domestic and family violence in Australia. It highlights how gender dynamics contribute to patterns of abusive behaviour which shape men’s control over women in intimate relationships. View Slides

By |2018-06-03T10:16:33+10:00March 20th, 2018|Webinars|

When the internet becomes a weapon in DFV – looking into the relationship between sexting, revenge porn and stalking

Dr Marika Guggisberg Dr Guggisberg joined CQU in February 2017. She has an undergraduate degree (Honours) in Psychology and a Masters in Criminology. The internet is part of our daily lives and can be a great tool to assist victims of Domestic and Family Violence (DFV). For example, websites such as QCDFVR’s (www.noviolence.org.au) connect [...]

By |2018-06-03T10:17:04+10:00October 9th, 2017|Webinars|

Engaging with Domestic and Family Violence Perpetrators as Fathers

Dr Silke Meyer Dr Silke Meyer is the Lecturer in the Postgraduate Programs (Certificate and Diploma in Domestic and Family Violence Practice), CQUniversity. Punitive approaches to perpetrators of domestic and family violence often have little effect on sustainable behaviour change and interventions seem to be most successful where perpetrators are motivated to engage. Thus, [...]

By |2018-06-03T10:17:40+10:00May 2nd, 2016|Webinars|

The language of accountability

Mark Walters, Mensline Coordinator with DVConnect Mark has a long working history delivering behavioural change programs to a range of audiences with a variety of complex needs. He is a strong advocate for evidence based therapeutic interventions as a means of opening pathways to change. The webinar discusses engagement as the key determinant of [...]

By |2018-06-03T10:07:49+10:00November 10th, 2015|Webinars|

The use of volunteers for complex client service delivery

Jo Bryant, CEO of Protecting All Children Today During her 11 years with PACT Jo has implemented a range of mechanisms to sustain effective, highly trained Child Witness Support Volunteers who support vulnerable children and young people through the daunting court process. Jo discusses targeted ways to attract, recruit, train and support Volunteers who [...]

By |2018-06-03T09:51:14+10:00November 10th, 2015|Webinars|

Myth busting domestic and family violence and Muslim societies

Dr Nada Ibrahim, Senior Researcher, Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research Dr Ibrahim’s expertise is in intimate partner violence in the Australian Muslim community. Nada has worked with organisations such as the Islamic Women’s Association Qld and Islamic College of Brisbane to improve their responses to domestic violence and mental health. Nada’s [...]

By |2018-06-03T09:06:03+10:00November 10th, 2015|Webinars|

Unintended pregnancy and violence: relationships, options and practice

Children by Choice Coordinator Amanda Bradley Amanda is a public health leader who has worked across the not for profit and government sectors in both health and education. She has a passion for women’s health issues and a personal interest in mental well-being. During this presentation, Amanda explores: The intersection between reproductive coercion and [...]

By |2018-06-03T10:20:54+10:00November 10th, 2015|Webinars|