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Changing for Good

Changing for Good is a voluntary 12-month program that provides support for men and their partners who have completed a men’s behaviour change program.

Changing for Good's professionally trained counsellors offer specialist support through telephone counselling. They build on the work started in behaviour change programs, further educating and helping men to maintain respectful and violence-free relationships.

Changing for Good is a free service of MensLine Australia, the national telephone and online counselling service for men. The program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services and is delivered by On the Line.

For support in maintaining violence-free relationships contact Changing for Good on 1300 015 120 to find out more about how they can help.

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Last reviewed: November 2017

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What is violence? | Changing for Good

We view violence towards partners whether they live together or not as domestic violence

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The role of specialist supports | Changing for Good

The primary role of specialist family violence services is to confront and address violence.

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Relating queuing theory to everyday life | Changing for Good

Queueing theory is the mathematical study of data from queues used to determine waiting times and improve service flow through a system. And it can be relatable to you!

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Looking after yourself | Changing for Good

It is important to recognise the impact even just hearing about family violence can have on you as a health professional.

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Managing trigger events | Changing for Good

There are numerous potential triggers for us to get angry. So, why is it, that sometimes we experience a trigger event and feel really angry, yet we can experience the same trigger event another time and it doesnt impact us that much?

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Using Time Out | Changing for Good

Time out is a process of temporarily removing yourself physically from an anger-provoking situation in order to calm yourself before returning.

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Defining Violence | Changing for Good

If you have to change your behaviour out of fear for what your partner might do, you are experiencing domestic violence.

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Supporting someone experiencing violence | Changing for Good

If you are worried about a friend or family member who is experiencing violence or being abused, how you respond can make a big difference.

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How Can I Get Started? | Changing for Good

For support in maintaining change and building violence-free relationships, contact Changing for Good and find out more about how we can help.

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Male Perpetrators Vs Male Victims | Changing for Good

In seeking to minimise and justify their violence, some men will claim to be a victim of violence from their female partner, yet actually be perpetrators of violence.

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