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WMWomensAid Huge disparity in how police use Claire's Law to protect women from violent partners https://t.co/s0A0LWYt4U
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WMWomensAid RT @womensaid: Domestic abuse isn't just physical. Gaslighting is a hideous form of psychological abuse, making victims doubt themselves, t…
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WMWomensAid A child is referred to social services every 49 seconds in Britain amid rising reports of domestic violence https://t.co/ospQu1eOQW
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Today we have the following Refuge vacancies:

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It is crucial when working with victims and survivors of domestic abuse that practitioners understand the dynamics of abuse, how they affect victims including children, and the difficult process of recognition and recovery.

With the expertise acquired through 30 years of gathering knowledge and experience in the field of domestic violence and abuse, WMWA is able to offer training and consultancy to both single and multi-agency participants, to suit the learning outcomes required.

Our offer includes:box-06

  • Electronic information and briefings
  • 2-hr face-to-face briefing sessions
  • Half-day training sessions
  • Full-day training sessions

For more information about WMWA's Training & Consultancy Services please call or email us on:

24hr Domestic Abuse Helpline Numbers:


Herefordshire, Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin: 0800 783 1359 Worcestershire: 0800 980 3331

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