6 session feelings programme for children affected by domestic abuse

The guide below outlines a 6 session Feelings Programme. It details activities which can be completed with a child or young person who has lived with domestic abuse which may have impaired their ability to understand emotional situations and respond appropriately. They may not be…


Anger Management For Dummies (book)

The book guides readers through ways to recognise and deal with the underlying causes of anger at work, in relationships and in their personal life – and teaches them how to stay positive in spite of all the stresses and strains life throws their way….


Adolescent violence to parents: a booklet for parents & carers

A 16-page information booklet for parents and carers covering the following topics: Introduction Adolescent violence to parents Types of violence When to know if you have experienced violence Is your adolescent demonstrating violent behaviour? What you may be feeling Possible explanations Things to remember about…


Behind closed doors: Domestic Abuse, an information handbook

A 60-page information handbook for victims of domestic abuse covering the following topics: What is Domestic Abuse? Violence Continuums Victims of Domestic Abuse Common Questions and Answers Signs to Look for in an Abusive Relationship Perpetrators of Abuse Children of Domestic Abuse Adolescent/Teen Relationship Abuse…


Coping with domestic abuse: Booklet for CHILDREN aged 6 to 12

The information in this booklet is meant to help children and their parents who live with domestic abuse. It is hoped that it will help them to understand what is happening and will encourage them to talk to other people who can help. Contents: What…


Helping teenagers to cope with Domestic Abuse booklet

It is hoped that the information in this booklet will in some way help teenagers and parents to live a life free from violence and abuse. It will also help parents to understand: • The ways domestic abuse affects young people and their development. •…


Children and Domestic Violence Fact Sheet Series

A set of 10 fact sheets created for parents whose children have been affected by domestic violence. The sheets cover the following topics: How Does Domestic Violence Affect Children? Celebrating Your Child’s Strengths Before You Talk to Your Children: How Your Feelings Matter Listening and…


Duluth Using Children Post Separation Power and Control Wheel

The wheel depicts the commonplace tactics which perpetrators of domestic abuse use to continue their abuse during the post-separation period. The wheel especially focuses on how children are involved in the post-separation abuse and how they are affected by it. A description of the wheel can…


Healthy Relationships Toolkit – Teenagers

This interactive toolkit was designed to teach young people about healthy relationships, choices, and communication. It addresses attitudes, opinions, and behaviors related to dating abuse and healthy relationships. The toolkit will be best delivered within a group setting however can be also used during 1:1…


Cycle of Violence (Tool)

A useful tool which assists the families affected by domestic abuse to understand the cycle of violence. Click here to view/download the tool Click here to view/download the explanation of the theory


Children’s Domestic Violence Wheel (Tool)

A great tool which helps social workers explain to the parents how domestic abuse affects children. Click here to view/download It is recommended to be used in conjunction with: The Power and Control Wheel The Equality Wheel, and Cycle of Violence Wheel  


Domestic Violence Safety Plan (6 pages)

A personalised safety plan is a way of helping a woman to protect her and her children during domestic abuse incidents. It helps plan in advance for the possibility of future violence and abuse. It assists the woman to think about how she can increase…


Managing jealousy leaflet

A 4-page leaflet providing information on how to spot when jealousy is excessive and providing 10 tips how to address it.


The Power and Control Wheel (The Duluth Model)

The Power and Control Wheel is a tool that helps explain the different ways an abusive partner can use power and control to manipulate a relationship. Social workers can use it to help a victim recognise any of the warning signs in their own relationship.