Brief Intervention Program workshop at the National Family Safe Summit - Well Received by Attendees!

Published on Monday, 18 December 2023 at 11:52:12 AM

At last week’s National Family Safe Summit in Perth, David Batty and Kylie Moore captivated the audience with their 3 hours workshop on the We Can Together Brief Intervention Program.

The purpose of the program is to bring attention to domestic violence, and hold men accountable for violence against women and children.

The presentation received praise from delegates across Australia, with feedback stating this presentation was the highlight of the conference. In particular, attendees were impressed by the inspiring delivery by Batty and Moore.

Enthusiastic attendees showed their appreciation for the presentation, stating “The We Can Together Program was well delivered by David Batty and Kylie Moore, and was the best presentation at the conference, if not all year.”

Further feedback provided by an attendee commended the delivery by the duo. “It was a pleasure to attend this amazing workshop that was delivered from grass roots that made me want to be a part of the program. Dave and Kylie you are such great presenters, and our team would like to see more from you in the future”

The overwhelming positive feedback has prompted requests for Batty and Moore to conduct more workshops in the future, with appearances anticipated in 2024 including interstate presentations.

Having been funded by the Government of Western Australia Department of Communities, both Stopping Family Violence and Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service will continue to deliver the program in Carnarvon until July 2025.

This is the first Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation to have been given the support to implement and deliver the program, and the intention is to roll out the program to other organisations in 2024.

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