Coercive control is when a partner or family member continually behaves in a way which makes a person feel controlled, threatened, isolated or scared. People who are victims of, or are at risk of, domestic abuse are most likely to be at risk of coercive and controlling behaviour. Learning Outcomes for this module include:
Aid understanding of what coercive control is and how it might occur, recognise the different types of coercive control and understand who the perpetrators and victims are. This version is tailored for those who work in Health specifically and will give examples of who the victims and perpetrators are and explains the impacts on individuals.
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