Domestic Violence

Practitioner Experience and Practice Framework

Kylie has over 20 years forensic experience with 16 years working specifically in the area of domestic violence and sexual offender rehabilitation and treatment programs. Her practice framework and approach to domestic violence is grounded in feminist understandings of the risks and safety to women and children; is attachment and trauma informed with consideration of its impact on the brain and body (neuroscience); and considers masculine psychology and the socialisation of men intergenerationally and in current times. Kylie practices from a strength based, non-deficit relationship that focusing on working together to build, maximise and maintain healthy connected relationships.

One on One Counselling

Kylie provides one on one psychological support and treatment specifically targeting domestic violence attitudes and behaviours. The following types of violence will be explored, and alternate beliefs, attitudes and behaviours considered:

Cost & Fees

One on one consultation fees are as per the Bookings & Cost page

Court Report

Formulation of a Court report includes the following client related areas:

Please see Court Reports for full information regarding minimum appointments,costs and professional integrity associated with a Court Report.

What is Domestic and Family Violence

Domestic and family violence (DFV) includes any behaviour, in an intimate or family relationship, which is physically or sexually, emotionally or psychologically violent, economically, threatening, coercive or controlling, causing a person to live in fear for safety or wellbeing or that of someone else.

The first stage in legislating against coercive control has also passed Parliament in February 2023 and further legislative changes are ahead.

Behaviours that may represent DFV include:

See the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012 and the Queensland Law Society for further information.

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