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Working with male victims of DV

Thursday 20 January 2022, 9.00am - 12.00pm

What areas are covered in the program:

  • Background to the problem and context violence and abuse occurs in
  • The effect of domestic violence on a person - what’s different for men
  • Strategies for working with men from a strengths-based perspective
  • A model for working with men affected by violence
  • Building services for male victims of DV into your agency or service

About the presenter

Greg Millan is one of Australia’s leading experts on men’s health and wellbeing with over 40 years’ experience in the men’s health promotion area. He has developed and implemented many health programs, professional training sessions, and community events and developed resources covering a wide range of male health and wellbeing issues. Greg is a social work trained health educator, a Certified Workplace Trainer and an Affiliated Member of the Australian Association of Buddhist Counsellors and Psychotherapists. He has worked in Government, non-government organisations and the private sector.

Who is the training program for

The training program is for health, welfare, community workers, workers with men and anyone who wants to gain skills in working with male victims of DV. The course is for men and women.  It provides information and strategies for working with men affected by violence and presents a model you can use for this work.

Training Cost

$120 for a 3-hour training program delivered online and resources sent to you including a copy of my book “ Men’s health and wellbeing: an a – z guide ”.  

Registration

To register please email Greg at greg@menshealthservices.com.au with your name, organisation/service details and contact phone number.

There is a limit of 15 people per training course to maximise learning. Feel free to contact me for any further information.

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