Other Services

Bespoke Training and Consultancy Options

When a staff member tells you or you suspect that they may be a victim or perpetrator of domestic abuse, it can be difficult to know how to respond.  We know as a responsible employer you want to respond appropriately.

Your response matters to both victims, who may be seeking help, and perpetrators who may be wanting to change their behavior.

Drawing on over 15 years of experience providing frontline services (victim, perpetrator, young people and children) to families who have experienced domestic abuse, the staff team have over 100 years of experience combined.

Phoenix DAS can help you develop the confidence to respond to victims and perpetrators of domestic abuse and support them to the next step of seeking help.

We can provide a full consultancy package to include :-

Corporate Social Responsibility development

HR domestic abuse policy development

Training packages for staff

Developing and utilising Domestic Abuse Champions

Guest Speakers

We recognise how important it is to raise awareness to both professionals and the public in order to make a difference and to stop the cycle of abuse. Therefore, our specialist team with over 20 years of experience working in the field of domestic abuse are able to deliver talks on:


– Coercive Control


– Adolescent to Parent Abuse


– The Effects of Domestic Abuse on Children


– Understanding Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse

Expert Witness Reports

Individuals amongst our service have over 30 years’ experience working within the field of domestic abuse and we were one of the first community based services in Wales to work with perpetrators of domestic abuse.  We have experience providing specialist reports to CAFCASS, Family Courts, Probation and IDVA services in Wales concerning risk and intervention recommendations.

School/Youth Group Sessions

Trained youth staff can deliver workshops or a project to young people to increase their understanding of domestic abuse, explore their attitudes towards relationships, recognise early warning signs of an unhealthy relationship and identify where and how to seek help.