Domestic abuse and the impact of historical trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences

Wednesday 7 July 2021

It’s widely acknowledged that events in childhood make up a significant part of who we are; from being the launchpad to future success, to developing healthy or unhealthy coping strategies.

This event, hosted by the Thames Valley Partnership and offered on behalf of the Thames Valley Domestic Abuse Steering Group, will look at how childhood experiences, including domestic abuse,  may impact on the adult’s future success or struggles  and will also consider ‘trauma informed’ approaches aimed at helping to ameliorate some of the lifelong health and social negative impacts of such experiences.

We will share information and good practice around this topic and will hear from experts in the field of Trauma Informed Practice, including those from Education, Health and Thames Valley Police Violence Reduction Unit. The event is aimed at agencies, statutory bodies, practitioners and organisations who have a role to play in the protection and support of domestic abuse victims and their families.

Further information
  • To register your place, please email before 30 June.
  • Final information and the MS Team event link will be issued to confirmed delegates on 1 July.
Type of event
Meeting / Talk / Presentation
Event date
7 July 2021
Start time
End time
To register your place, please email before 30th June
Address line 1
online via Teams
Wheelchair accessible?
Not specified