Support and advice in building violence-free relationships

Using Violence

Often people think of violence as something that’s purely physical. But physical abuse is just one part of a much larger picture. Understand what qualifies as domestic and family violence with Changing for Good and how to take responsibility for your actions. We also have information on methodologies you can use to deal with your emotions, as well as where to find men’s behaviour change programs.

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Experiencing Violence

Domestic and family violence is the misuse of power to gain control over another person. If you have to change your behaviour out of fear for what your partner might do, you are experiencing domestic violence. Learn how to stay safe and get support with Changing for Good. We have advice on creating a comprehensive Safety Plan as well as finding a support network with links in your state.

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Talking About Violence

Being honest with yourself about what has been happening, is the first step towards making a change. It takes a lot of courage to make the first call and open up. Changing for Good also has information on how to talk to a friend about their violence and steps for supporting someone experiencing a violent relationship, outlining the signs to look out for and what you can do to help.

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Health Professionals

Identifying domestic and family violence is a complex task, and all health professionals play an important part in breaking the cycle of abuse. Changing for Good has information on the role of specialist family violence services, male perpetrators vs male victims and how to avoid collusion – the risk of escalation in violence when disclosures occur.

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Get Help

For support in maintaining change and building violence-free relationships,
contact Changing for Good to find out how we can help.

Simply call to leave your details or download the expression of interest form and email it to us.