WWP EN Perpetrator Programme Database

Use the WWP EN Perpetrator Programme Database to find experts on work with perpetrators, as well as countless work with perpetrator programmes throughout Europe!

This database brings together information on perpetrator programmes throughout Europe. It is a useful tool for practitioners and researchers to find partners for project applications or for studies.

If you want to make changes to the information on your programme, please contact Anna.

Due to the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), we had to remove the WWP EN Perpetrator Programme Database from our website and gather consent forms for all programmes listed. Accordingly, we are constantly updating the information available.

Want to join the database?

To join the WWP EN database, fill out the data consent form and questionnaire and send them to Anna with a few sentences about your programme!

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Psihosocijalni tretman počinitelja nasilja u obitelj (Psychosocial treatment for perpetrators of domestic violence)

Programme Psihosocijalni tretman počinitelja nasilja u obitelj (Psychosocial treatment for perpetrators of domestic violence)
Organisation Dom Duga Zagreb, Home for children and adult victims of domestic violence
Country Croatia
City Zagreb
Contact Name Željka Barić
Contact Mail info(at)duga-zagreb.hr
Phone +385 1 6383 503
Hotline +385 1 6383 503 (08:00 – 20:00)
Website www.duga-zagreb.hr
Short Name HR_DOPS
Cooperation with women's organisation
Evaluation process in place
Work standards available
Work manuals available
Follow up process in place

Working with ...

  • Heterosexual male intimate partner violence
  • Same-sex intimate partner violence
  • Women using violence
  • Family relationships

Support for ...

  • Female victims of domestic violence
  • Male victims of domestic violence
  • Children
Organisation Type statutory organisation (e.g. probation)
Programme Location Urban area
Programme started in the year 2009
Funding Sources
  • EU/national/regional/municipal government funds
Referral
  • Referred by healthcare professional (e.g. psychologist, doctor)
  • Convicted by criminal court, required to attend programme as part of community based sentence
  • Referred by social services/child protection
  • Self-referred/voluntarily attending
Approach
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
Counselling
  • Individual counselling
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About

The WWP EN Programme Database aims at getting an overview of existing programmes working with perpetrators of domestic violence in Europe.

The basis for the database was developed during the IMPACT project in 2013. The results of this survey are documented in a Working Paper

Registering to the database is mandatory for programmes that want to use the IMPACT Online Toolkit.

Last changed: 10.01.2022