Resources for working with domestic violence perpetrators

The following resources are free to download, contact us if you want hard copies for clients.

Read about the social and economic benefits in working with domestic violence perpetrators and the costs and risks if we don’t.

These guidelines are intended for frontline workers who encounter domestic abuse in the course of their work.

Aimed at clients whose jealousy towards a partner is a particular issue.

A 32-page booklet in PDF format aimed at heterosexual men who want to understand more about their violence and abuse towards their (ex) partner.

A 32-page booklet in PDF format aimed at gay and bi men who want to understand more about their violence and abuse towards their (ex) partner.

A 32-page booklet in PDF format aimed at heterosexual women who want to understand more about their violence and abuse towards their (ex) partner.

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