Domestic abuse is a pattern of behaviour which involves violence or other abuse by one person in a domestic situation against another. Domestic abuse can take a number of forms including physical, emotional, verbal, economic and sexual.
Globally, a female partner is more commonly the victim of domestic abuse, though the victim can also be the male partner.
Domestic abuse often occurs because the abuser believes that abuse is justified and acceptable.
Victims of domestic abuse may be trapped in domestic violence situations through isolation, power and control.
I am trained, by Directors, to deliver Domestic Abuse to parents. This will allow parents to make positive decisions for themselves, and seek the right appropriate advice support available.