Supporting someone experiencing

domestic and family violence

Alison Howarth
Clinical Engagement Manager, 1800RESPECT


Domestic and family violence can affect people of all ages and from all backgrounds. What are the signs that someone you know, or work with, might be experiencing domestic and family violence, and what can you do to help?

Alison Howarth is a Clinical Engagement Manager with 1800RESPECT. In this presentation, Alison provides general information on how to support someone experiencing domestic and family violence.

Alison covers:

  • Overview of domestic and family violence
  • How trauma impacts can manifest
  • How to recognise, respond and refer if someone you know is experiencing domestic or family violence
  • The basics of being trauma-informed
  • NSW referral pathways


Alison Howarth

Alison Howarth | Read Bio
Clinical Engagement Manager

Juliana Warner. President, The Law Society of NSW

Juliana Warner 
2021 Law Society President


Format: On-demand webcast
Recorded: 16 November 2021
CPD: 1 unit, self-allocated
Cost: Member – complimentary
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If you or someone you know needs support, help is available.

If your or someone else’s life is in danger, phone triple zero (000) immediately.