• CPD Points: 1 [PS]
  • Price: $89.00
  • Area: Advocacy; Criminal Law; Family Law; Litigation; People Skills & Management; Wellbeing and Lifestyle
  • Delivered: March 2024
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • Paper (Slides and Notes)

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Description

This session, delivered by The Honourable Justice ​​Helen Wood, Supreme Court of Tasmania, covers:

  • What is coercive control?
  • Patterns of behaviour
  • The subtlety of coercive control
  • What kinds of behaviours might indicate coercive control?
  • Red flags for coercive control during relationships and after separation
  • The complexity of victim/survivors’ responses to coercive control
  • How do you address coercive control in the court room/process?

Key Takeaways

  • Understanding of coercive control and its impact
  • Awareness of red flags for coercive control
  • Practical responses for managing coercive behaviours in the court process
  • CPD Points: 1 [PS]
  • Price: $89.00
  • Area: Advocacy; Criminal Law; Family Law; Litigation; People Skills & Management; Wellbeing and Lifestyle
  • Delivered: March 2024
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • Paper (Slides and Notes)

To purchase login below

Description

This session, delivered by The Honourable Justice ​​Helen Wood, Supreme Court of Tasmania, covers:

  • What is coercive control?
  • Patterns of behaviour
  • The subtlety of coercive control
  • What kinds of behaviours might indicate coercive control?
  • Red flags for coercive control during relationships and after separation
  • The complexity of victim/survivors’ responses to coercive control
  • How do you address coercive control in the court room/process?

Key Takeaways

  • Understanding of coercive control and its impact
  • Awareness of red flags for coercive control
  • Practical responses for managing coercive behaviours in the court process

The Honourable Justice Helen Wood, Supreme Court of Tasmania

About the Presenter:

The Honourable Justice Helen Wood was appointed as a judge of the Supreme Court of Tasmania in 2009. Her Honour is the senior puisne judge. Her Honour graduated from the University of Tasmania with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws in 1985. She practised exclusively in the criminal jurisdiction as Crown Counsel with the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions for seven years. She later practised in civil litigation in private practice. In 1994 she was the first woman appointed to the role of magistrate in Tasmania and served as a magistrate until 2009. She has a longstanding interest in human rights and access to justice. In conjunction with her role as magistrate, she served as Chairperson of the Sex Discrimination Tribunal (1996-1999) and the Anti-Discrimination Tribunal (1999-2009). She is a presently a member of the Judicial Council on Cultural Diversity and of the board of the Tasmania Law Reform Institute.

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