No To Violence is pleased to present Carlos Clavijo who will present the findings from his PH.D and discuss the implications for MBCP practices in Victoria.
Carlos is currently finishing his PH.D at Monash University where he studied the process of desistance from family violence of men who attended MBCP in Vicotoria, Australia.
Carlos is a MS Clinical Psychologist, a Men’s Behaviour Change practitioner with extensive experience in Chile. He has taught and researched at the school of Psychology at University of Valparaiso. He has also worked as a MBCP trainer and consultant on issues of family violence for both government and non-government organisations.
This event will be of interest to practitioners, managers and CEO’s of men’s behaviour change programs, women’s family violence programs, governments, funding bodies, academics and others that have an interest in men’s behaviour change work.