March, 2016

Perpetrator Pattern-Based Approach Training in Hong Kong

Two weeks ago, Hong Kong’s leading social services agency, Po Leung Kuk, hosted a two-day perpetrator pattern-based approach training with David Mandel. The event, which was planned in conjunction with the University of Hong Kong’s Dr. Anna Choi, focused on the application of the Safe and Together Model in the […]

Ground-Breaking New Zealand Family Violence Death Report Highlights the Safe and Together™ Model as an Example of Change

The New Zealand government has just published a ground-breaking family violence death review. While many government reports focus on a list of recommendations, this report contains no recommendations. Instead it is a call for shifting the thinking underlying the work or as the report says “changing the narrative about family […]