Season 4 Episode 9: The Last Drop Film: A revolutionary new tool for professionals working with young people around Coercive Control
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The problem of  dating violence and coercive control among young people has been sorely overlooked, and educational resources are hard to find...until now! In order make coercive control visible to youth &  to fill a gap in professional  education materials & intervention strategies for young people, we have partnered with the revolutionary new abuse prevention film, The Last Drop . In this Podcast interview, Ruth & David interview Adam Joel, the Writer & Director of the Last Drop Film. 
In this interview we speak about 

  • how this film came to be, how a diverse group of Lived Experience Experts informed the film  & what he hopes the films impact will be.
  • Why the way we tell the story of abuse is vital to preventing & intervening with abuse. 
  • How messaging & advocacy about domestic violence needs to include a focus on coercive control, not just physical violence 
  • How youth populations have unique patterns of coercive control, often invisible to adults, like digital coercion related to the social media world that is so important young people 
  • Safe & Together Institute's role in as Executive Producer on the film including producing  a Professional Ally Guide as a companion to The Last Drop to assist professionals working with youth populations with strategies & tools when working with youth experiencing or perpetrating coercive control.

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Check out David Mandel's new book "Stop Blaming Mothers and Ignoring Fathers: How to transform the way we keep children safe from domestic violence."

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