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Domestic Violence Education Videos

Domestic Violence Education Videos

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PATHWAYS TO SAFETY: When mental health concerns conceal Domestic Violence in General Practice

Tuesday 28 November 2023

This webinar will assist viewers in recognising and safely responding to patients potentially suffering from Domestic and Family Violence (DFV).

Through case studies, presenters discuss complex trauma, specifically around mental health concerns, and describe responses that will make a difference.

Speakers and panelists will identify resources and referral pathways ensuring that patients and supporting family are offered structure and safety when dealing with DFV.


Keynote Speakers

  • Glenys Griffiths, Medical Director – Prevention and Response to Violence Abuse and Neglect (PARVAN) NSLHD
  • Tamar Karkour, Child Youth Mental Health Service, NSLHD // Clinical Psychologist, Coral Tree Family Service
  • Brooke Du Ross, Educator – Prevention and Response to Violence Abuse and Neglect (PARVAN) NSLHD


  • Dr Esther Han, General Practitioner
  • Giselle Bygraves, Older Persons Mental Health service, NSLHD
  • Wil Gray, Uniting Family and Carers program
  • Rachael Natoli, Domestic & Family Abuse Support Service /lived experience rep
  • Gesse Le-Serve, Catholic Care
  • Mark Allan, Police, Ambulance, Clinical, Early, Response (PACER) Clinician
  • Sarah Lee, GP social worker
  • Jessica Lee, GP social worker
  • Yee Yan Wong, Head to Health
  • Kim Du Ross, DV line

Webinar: Domestic Violence training for GPs and health professionals

Monday 29 August 2022

This webinar through case scenarios, will give information on what Domestic Violence really looks like, including its prevalence in our society. It will cover identifying and responding to domestic violence, safety planning and documentation, the legal framework and working within a multidisciplinary approach. It will also outline domestic violence services available.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain the prevalence of domestic violence
  • Identify the barriers to disclosing domestic violence
  • Recognise the signs of domestic violence and how to respond appropriately
  • Describe referral options available


  • Dr Ellie Freedman | Medical Director, Northern Sydney Sexual Assault Service & Medical forensic staff specialist at the NSW Education Centre against Violence (ECAV)
  • Jenny Huxley | Intake & Assessment, Women & Children First
  • Maha Abdo OAM | CEO Muslim Women Australia
  • Rachael Natoli | Lived Experience and CEO & Founder Domestic & Family Abuse Support Service
  • Brooke Du Ross |PARVAN Educator and NSLHD DV Services
  • Kelsey Priestly | Sergeant – Domestic & Family Violence Team, North Shore Police Area Command

Domestic Violence: the Implications of COVID-19 for Survivors and Perpetrators

Wednesday 6 May 2020


To access the handouts that accompany this webinar, please click here.