Just released, this new short article focuses on wellbeing challenges for practitioners working remotely who support individuals experiencing family and domestic violence.

Remote service delivery by domestic and family violence (DFV) practitioners has become more widespread since the COVID-19 pandemic. The rapid uptake in remote service delivery models (e.g. via phone, email, video calls and messaging) has improved accessibility and efficiency for some clients and services. However, working from home while supporting clients affected by trauma has some downsides for practitioners’ mental health and wellbeing.

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