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Putting MARAM Into Practice: Advanced Techniques for Difficult Family Violence Conversations

Monday November 21, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

The Centre has developed a series of new MARAM workshops entitled “Putting MARAM into Practice”. The workshops address some of the key challenges practitioners confront when they integrate MARAM into their everyday work. These practice challenges were identified from three types of consultation:

  • Interviews with MARAM participants
  • Observations and recommendations from the team of MARAM trainers
  • Review of MARAM post-course evaluations since March 2020, all of which included the questions: “How will your practice change after this training?” and “What is the main barrier or challenge you identify in using the MARAM Framework in your workplace?”.

Learning Outcomes

  • These are the learning outcomes for the training, Advanced Techniques for Difficult Family Violence Conversations:

    • Understand why a victim-survivor may be reluctant to engage in a conversation about family violence
    • Learn strategies to enhance victim-survivor engagement
    • Learn strategies for gradually building a victim-survivor’s capacity to manage their risk
    • Learn engagement techniques with clients at higher risk of disengagement
    • Consider how to explore a family violence disclosure in a way that maintains engagement

Click here to go to the ‘Putting MARAM into Practice’ program. 

Please Note:

If the content below is restricted, and you beleive you have already completed MARAM Intermediate Training, please contact training@cfecfw.asn.au

Details

Date:
Monday November 21
Time:
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://training.cfecfw.asn.au/view_facetoface/112/event/148/session/692
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