Wednesday, 10 October 2018
My name is Lisa Winnett and I am a Blaenau Gwent County Borough Councillor. I fully support the excellent work and support that Phoenix Domestic Abuse give to victims, especially how their dedicated team of staff help people to better their lives through long term support. Many people do not realise the intervention work that Phoenix also carries out with young people who are showing signs of controlling and abusive behaviour, plus they also work with perpetrators to try and help to change a person’s abusive behaviour and stop them from abusing others in the future. I am more than happy to help and support Phoenix with the work that they do, as they do provide a lifesaving service to many people when they are at the lowest point of their lives due to abuse, their work is a much-valued service.
Posted by Anonymous at 15:20
Thursday, 4 October 2018
CAN VIOLENT MEN CHANGE?
The next episode of BBC Panorama on Monday (8:30pm in England and 9:30pm in Wales) will include an interview with our Perpetrator Intervention Manager Lidia, will feature our perpetrator programme and comparison to other programmes from across the UK and will also focus on a couple we have supported for over 12 months 🙂 Rogan Productions BBC One
Please share this post and watch the episode and let us know what you think - lets get involved in the discussion and support those brave enough to share their story!
Posted by Anonymous at 15:57
Monday, 1 October 2018
Lidia joined the service in 2016 as a Victim Safety Officer. Lidia has recently taken the role of Perpetrator Officer which involves delivering intervention to perpetrators of domestic abuse on a 1-1 basis and group sessions. Prior to joining the service Lidia was a Crisis Worker at Bristol Hospital where she provided support to victims of rape and sexual assault. Lidia has conducted research in HMP Parc and has a Degree in Psychology and a Masters in Forensic Psychology.
Posted by Anonymous at 10:00