Women's Health – Resources and Information for Service Providers
Specific resources have been developed for clinicians and health professionals to support asking about and responding to DFV and basic safety planning.
Training is available in responding to domestic and family violence (DFV) and DFV health care. Please email any enquiries to:
Women who may have experienced violence involving choking, strangulation or suffocation may not disclose this behaviour. Strangulation is an under-reported form of assault and is not a term that is always widely understood
When asking about a history of violence, it is important to ask about any form of pressure applied to the neck.
Below are links to the non-fatal Strangulation pamphlets for your use with consumers/clients: