The Safe & Together Model Perpetrator Pattern Mapping Tool: An Introduction to the Web-based Version for Asia Pacific
For years, practitioners have depended on the Safe & Together Institute Perpetrator Pattern Mapping Tool to change practice and change the lives of adult and child domestic violence survivors. In the past, access to the tool required attendance in our CORE training. No longer. After a two-year development process, the Safe & Together Institute is proud to announce the launch of a web-based version of the tool that is immediately accessible online to any practitioner. Agencies can also gain bulk access for their staff. Attend this webinar with Jackie Wruck, our Asia Pacific Regional Manager and one of the creators of the web-based tool, as she walks through the tool, provides an overview of its features, and describes how it can be used to create better outcomes for families impacted by domestic violence perpetrator behavior.
**Participants who attend this live-remote webinar will receive one month of free tool demo access**
- Wednesday, January 24, 2024 10:00-11:00AM Brisbane Time
For on-demand viewing, you must log in or create an account here in our Virtual Academy to view the latest Perpetrator Pattern Mapping Tool: An Introduction to the Online Version webinar recording.
Jackie WruckAsia Pacific Regional Manager, Safe & Together Institute
Jackie Wruck has been a Certified Trainer with the Safe & Together Institute in Australia since 2017 and joins the Safe & Together Institute as the Asia Pacific Regional Manager! Jackie lives in Queensland, AU, and has been working within the community sector for over 20 years. This included working within Government and Non-Government agencies that worked with vulnerable individuals and families in Australia. Jackie has worked in the fields of Child Protection and Domestic Violence as a frontline practitioner in both advocating and crisis support of families. She has also worked in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations as a DV Specialist and would consult on cases that involved Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families. Jackie has the lived experience, knowledge and understanding of the issue of DFV in the context of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and was the cultural lead for the Walking With Dad’s program, which is grounded in the Safe & Together Model. Jackie has assisted in bringing both Safe & Together and the Child Protection Child Placement Principles framework together to enhance the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families in Australia to assist in keeping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children out of the Child Protection system. In addition to training on the Safe & Together Model, Jackie continued to use the Safe & Together Model directly with families as a child protection professional, coaching and consulting on cases with domestic violence. She continues to be committed to the safety and well-being of children and families through practice changes through the Safe & Together Model. Jackie will be representing, assisting and supporting Safe & Together Institute in the development and implementation of the model across Australia and Asia Pacific regions.