Abusive Behaviour Conference 2017
- Aston Webb - Main Lecture Hall - Block C - University of Birmingham - Edgbaston - B15 2TT - Birmingham
- Lectures Talks and Workshops, Life and Environmental Sciences
Theme: Abusive Behaviour: Origin, Impact, and Recovery
This conference aims to highlight the negative impact of abusive behaviour and to promote psychological recovery, including but not limited to intimate partner violence, child abuse, self-blame, re-victimization, and recovery from trauma.
'Risk factors for offending indicating innovative approaches to treatment of offenders'
Professor Anthony Beech (University of Birmingham)
'Prevalence and consequences of bullying: what health services could do'
Professor Dieter Wolke (University of Warwick)
Interpersonal violence, abuse and social connectivity: exploring narratives from females serving a work based community' order'
Dr Julie Taylor (University of Cumbria)
'Childhood adversity and domestic abuse'
Dr Nicola Graham-Kevan (University of Central Lancashire)
'Abusive behavior – the police journey for a victim'
Sharon Smith (West Midlands Police)
'Health professionals’ responses to domestic abuse'
Dr Caroline Bradbury-Jones (University of Birmingham)
'Bullying and violence in prison'
Dr Kate Gooch (University of Leicester)
'How does maltreatment get under the skin: Considering risk and resilience'
Dr Stephane De Brito (University of Birmingham)
Registration fee: £7 (lunch included)
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