Podcast: The Need for a Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Domestic Violence Support

Episode 48

In this podcast, Managing Partner Sally Nicholes speaks with experts about the need for legal services to be more connected to psychological, social and community services in the support of victim-survivors of domestic violence.

When this happens, and the different sectors working in the domestic violence space operate more cohesively, it can lead to more holistic and better outcomes for victim-survivors of domestic violence.

Sally is joined by Julie Borninkhof – CEO, PANDA (Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia), Tania Farha – CEO, Safe and Equal, and Jane O’Hanlon – Support Worker, WIRE (Women’s Information Referral Exchange) to discuss this pertinent topic.

Nicholes Family Lawyers thank all the panelists for giving so freely and generously of their time and wisdom in the creation of this podcast.

If this podcast has raised any immediate concerns for yourself or someone close to you, please refer to the following support services:

Women’s Information Referral Exchange (WIRE): www.wire.org.au/

Safe and Equal Victoria: safeandequal.org.au/

Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia (PANDA): www.panda.org.au/