03 Jul Domestic Abuse (DA) Island Discs: SHERA Research podcast
The podcast is brought to you by SHERA Research Group and aims to amplify the work, life stories, art, music and healing of those working in and around the Domestic Abuse/Violence, GBV, MVAWC sector and Family Courts.
We are a collective of researchers and advocates based around the world, working in medicine, health care, social care, law, finance, human rights, academia, therapeutic services and domestic abuse support organisations and conducting research and advocacy into all of these issues, in particular family court and its impact on the health and rights of women and children.
“I was honored to chat with Dr. Elizabeth Dalgarno of Shera Research Group. I blathered on a bit. We industry chatted about the impact of siloed systems and services on survivors & improving & preserving survivor choices and self-determination. My favorite discussion was about healing and art! I started painting in October of ’22 while undergoing medical treatments for my child abuse/child sexual abuse injuries. Dr. Liz does a tremendous amount of research on healing through art. I hope you enjoy this chat!” -Ruth
Now available! Mapping the Perpetrator’s Pattern: A Practitioner’s Tool for Improving Assessment, Intervention, and Outcomes The web-based Perpetrator Pattern Mapping Tool is a virtual practice tool for improving assessment, intervention, and outcomes through a perpetrator pattern-based approach. The tool allows practitioners to apply the Model’s critical concepts and principles to their current caseload in real-time.