Practice Guidance

A trauma model in domestic abuse situations

description_of_image_used_in_the_trauma_model_in_domestic_abuse_situations_illustration_of_man_with_words_describing_his_negitive_feelings_around_the_outside Illustration: James Gibbs

Introduction

Learning points Why, and how, people who experienced domestic violence in their home as a child are attracted to, and are attractive to, each other in adulthood. What is meant by no blame, no shame and empathic curiosity and tips on how to frame questions to obtain better information from victims. An insight into how […]

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