Introduction Domestic abuse perpetrators Identifying the perpetrator Understanding coercive control The use of sexual violence Making perpetrators visible as dads Assessing risk Domestic violence perpetrator programmes Engaging perpetrators in a constructive manner The ‘time out’ technique Resources References Learning points Questions to ask to help identify who is the perpetrator and who is the victim. […]
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