Julia Worms

Julia has some fifteen years experience in the field of domestic violence, working with a variety of voluntary and statutory sector projects during that time.   Originally she worked in service development in the Thames Valley informing best practice, developing risk and case management and promoting early intervention and prevention work. She has experience across a range of multi-agency responses and strategy development and also specialised in innovative awareness raising, prevention and support work with young people funded by Comic Relief.

More recently her work has included evaluation and consultancy, the development, co-ordination and case management of a self-referral, community perpetrator programme and associated partner support service, input into the abuse prevention and dating violence agenda in secondary schools, specialist training, risk management and co-ordinating the Stop It Now! (prevention of child sexual abuse) campaign in the Thames Valley.

She is currently a Leading Lights coach for Caada and also works for Respect developing their Young People’s Service for adolescents who have issues around violence and abuse in their close relationships as well as continuing her freelance work delivering specialist training and consultancy.  Julia is also an accreditation assessor for Respect for adult perpetrator programmes and associated partner support services. She specialises in:

  •  risk and case management
  • sexual violence and abuse
  • preventative work
  • the impact of domestic violence on children and young people
  •  interventions with adolescents
  • and has recently consulted on a homicide review

Contact bron@thamesvalleypartnership.org.uk for more information on training.



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