Coercive control; a brief overview

Wakefield Town Hall, Wood Street, Wakefield, WF1 2HQ

Supporting recovery

This workshop will provide participants with a good understanding of what coercive control is and the different tactics of abuse which may be experienced. It will describe some of the ways you may be able to identify coercive control is happening and participants will be given information about appropriate support services and ways of helping.

Should you be effected by any of the issues raised in the workshop, support will be available after the session.

At Wakefield Town Hall

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TermDayDateTimesDuration
Term Spring/SummerMonday12 April 20211pm-3pm1 weeks

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