A video presentation of the The PsychoSocial Quicksand Model™ for coercive control in abusive relationships and groups will start this interactive educational online event. A panel of experts and professionals in the field of helping survivors and in the prevention of coercive control will then discuss live the application of this educational model for real life scenarios and settings. The audience will be invited to ask questions and give feedback.
The PsychoSocial Quicksand Model™ is an educational resource and toolkit designed to help survivors, families and the public to understand better about the nature of coercive control in abusive relationships and groups. The event will begin with a video presentation of the model followed by professionals and experts reflecting on the utility of the model along with audience input and feedback.
Kate Amber, End Coercive Control USA, along with Dr Rod Dubrow-Marshall and Dr Linda Dubrow-Marshall, Co-Programme Leaders of the MSc Psychology of Coercive Control at the University of Salford.
Everyone aged 18 and over.
Those affected by coercive control or working in the field may be particularly interested in this event, but it is designed for anyone who wishes to learn more about coercive control and how to help prevent it and to help survivors recover. The model has been designed to make the processes of coercive control easily accessible to members of the public or people without any specialist training.