Learn the signs of vicarious trauma and burnout and how family violence workers and employers can prioritise and protect workplace health and wellbeing.
If you’re a family violence worker, learn how to recognise the signs and symptoms of vicarious trauma and burnout.
How to provide a safe working environment for specialist family violence practitioners.
If you’re an employer, learn how to safeguard the mental health and wellbeing of workers during emergencies, such as bushfires or pandemic.
There are steps you can take to prioritise and protect your health and wellbeing when working in the family violence sector.
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If you are experiencing family violence, there are services that can provide support and advice. They will listen to you and help you to explore your options and think about what you want to do next.
For support across Australia, contact 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732) or visit 1800respect.org.au.
We provide information, training, capability building and advocacy for organisations and professionals working to end family violence.
You can find general information about family violence on the Are you safe at home? website.
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