Engaging with clients causing domestic and family violence harm during the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic presents new challenges and complexities in working with clients who perpetrate domestic and family violence (DFV). It is widely recognised that rates of DFV are increasing during this time, and that some perpetrators are expanding their tactics of coercive control. How might AOD services and practitioners help to keep those who are causing DFV harm within view, and identify and manage the risk they pose to family members?
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