Webinar: Parenting in contexts of family violence and inter-parental conflict: Implications for prac
The webinar 'Parenting in Contexts of Family Violence and Inter-parental Conflict: Implications for Practice' was held on Thursday the 22nd of March 2018. The speakers, Cathy Humphries (Professor of Social Work at the University of Melbourne and co-chair of the Melbourne Research Alliance to End Violence against Women and their Children) and Kathryn Lyons (Manager of the Geelong Family Relationship Centre and Parenting Orders Program), explored the implications of recent research on women's and children's experiences of family violence and inter-parental conflict.
The webinar explored the impacts of domestic and family violence and inter-parental conflict on parenting capacity and children's social and emotional wellbeing. It discussed implications for practice, including the need to develop responses that restore parenting capacity and repair parent-child relationships.
A full recording of this webinar is now available on the CFCA's YouTube channel. Please click here to access the recording.
Related resources, including presentation slides and audio transcript, will be published soon.
The webinar was presented in collaboration with Child Family Community Australia and ANROWS.