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Fri, Dec 03


Zoom Recorded Live Event

The WHY Campaign - Day 9 of 16 Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

Day 9 of 16 Days of activism against gender-based violence: Event Topic: Unpacking Filial Abuse: Child-to-parent abuse and practical approaches to manage it. Our two DV experts, Ed & Pete from the UK will be presenting this unreported topic. Click RSVP for more info & register for our Free Events.

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The WHY Campaign - Day 9 of 16 Activism Against Gender-Based Violence
The WHY Campaign - Day 9 of 16 Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

Time & Location

Dec 03, 2021, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM GMT+11

Zoom Recorded Live Event

About the Event

Ed Carney and his consulting partner Pete Henderson are from 'Training 2 Aphect', a Domestic Abuse Training & Consultancy', based in Hessle, East Yorkshire, UK. Their work evolved from a need for high quality training around Domestic Abuse and Coercive and Controlling behaviour. Their mission is to drive down Domestic Abuse and reduce harm through the process of acquired knowledge and skills development. Filial abuse, so Child on Parent and how the abusive patterns are caught up in often the relationships between current or estranged parents. We look at family violence, attachment impact because of the DA and practical approaches to managing it.

Ed Carney is a 'Safelives' qualified Independent Domestic Abuse Advisor (IDVA), holding a BA (Hons) in Social Sciences. I work primarily with both male and female perpetrators of abuse. He is practising risk assessor for perpetrators, with thirteen years’ experience in the field. Ed's drive in this field is altruistic at its core, to positively influence those that are negatively affected by Domestic Abuse. He has worked with male and female victims, also children who have been impacted by domestic abuse. Delivering both one-to-one and group interventions both online and in the community. I have worked in the Secure Estate with perpetrators on short term sentencing. He delivers support groups to parents of those affected by their children’s abusive patterns of behaviour. As well as children who are modelling or developing abusive patterns in their own behaviours. Previously he has worked with parents victimised through Child on Parent (Filial abuse) as a parenting specialist in a Youth Offending Team. And has also been trained to work with children and young people displaying sexually harmful behaviour. I am my local Safeguarding lead trainer on Domestic Abuse regularly engaging professionals in training of risk.

Pete Henderson is driven by a desire to challenge and address Domestic Abuse and Coercive Control. His practical expertise is managing the risk posed by perpetrators of domestic and sexual abuse in a Criminal Justice setting. This involves working closely with perpetrators and survivors of domestic abuse in a multi-agency setting. Pete is a professional trainer, delivering training within the CJS and to the private and public sector. His aim is to prevent more victims by equipping professionals with the skills, knowledge and understanding to assess and address the risks where there is Domestic Abuse and holding to account those who perpetrate this behaviour. 

This is a collaboration of two highly experienced professionals, and friends, who, between them, have worked in the field of Domestic Abuse both as trainers and professionals for over 30 years. They continue to work on the front line. 

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