Practice » Domestic violence
30 May 2005
Caring Dads: Helping fathers value their children is a group intervention programme for fathers. This group-based course focuses on helping men recognize attitudes, beliefs, and behaviours that support healthy and unhealthy father-child relationships, develop skills for interacting with children in healthy ways, and appreciate the impact on children of controlling, intimidating, abusive and neglectful actions including witnessing domestic violence. 
Practice » Domestic violence
25 April 2005
Available for download here is a presentation by by Terry Melvin, Manager of Mensline Australia, called “Addressing domestic violence issues in a telephone service for men – early intervention and supporting change”. 
Practice » Domestic violence
25 April 2005
Available for download here is a presentation by by Steve Farral-Hyder, Assistant Team Manager at Wokingham District Council, called "Supporting fathers: Reducing risk, encouraging positive parenting". 
Practice » Domestic violence
25 April 2005
Available for download here is a presentation by by Jo Todd, Director of Respect, called "Work with perpetrators: Origins, current approaches, effectiveness, future developments". 
Practice » Domestic violence
24 April 2005
Calvin Bell is a Director of AHIMSA in Plymouth. Ahimsa is a domestic violence project that grew out of Plymouth’s cutting-edge Everyman Project – giving the staff an experience base of more than 12 years in this field, and in this district. 
Policy » Domestic violence
1 April 2005
The UK has the highest rate of teenage pregnancies in Western Europe, children born to teen mums are among the most vulnerable of all children – and in African Caribbean cultures, early pregnancy is still very common.