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From violence towards empowerment

Welcome to Domestic Violence Training Ltd.

Dr Agnew-Davies is now retired and no longer accepting individual clients. She continues to support training in the PATH model and ME Groups, as well as overseeing Medico Legal Reports written by DVT Associates.


DVT Ltd is a specialist training and consultancy service with expertise in the psychological impacts of domestic violence. Our services are informed by the latest national policy developments and international research. Please browse our site to discover what we’re all about.

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About Us

I am Dr Roxane Agnew-Davies, Director of DVT Ltd.

I am now retired and can no longer accept new clients. However, I remain committed to helping women recover from domestic violence.

For support, please see contact details below:

Women's Aid


For Baby's Sake (for pregnant women)


Suzy Lamplugh Trust (for victims of stalking)


National Stalking Helpline 0808 802 0300

British Psychological Society (to find a suitable psychologist) 

Ruth Aitken, Chartered Psychologist 


Ruth has particular knowledge and skill in the assessment and support of women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, as well as in consultancy, fundraising, research and policy development in this field.

Ruth is available for:

Collaborative consultancy, research, evaluation and project development, emphasising survivor and workforce involvement.

Trauma informed organisational development and transformation.

Trauma informed reflective practice supervision for individuals and groups.

Trauma sensitive mindfulness based cognitive therapy.

Expert assessment and reports in cases involving domestic abuse and other forms of traumatic experience.

Dr Erica Easom, DClin Psy BSc

Erica is available to see clients privately for therapy at the Harrison Psychology Group 

Lucy Kralj, Integrative Psycholtherapist; MA, UKCP Accredited.


Lucy is available for private therapy and  immigration / asylum / human rights Medico Legal Reports.

Dr Jo Cheffey, Clinical Psychologist


Jo is available for Clinical Supervision for any organisation that has been PATH trained.

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We offer training to professionals working with survivors of domestic violence

  • Domestic Violence Awareness

  • Mental Health & Domestic Violence

  • Training for Health Professionals

  • Introduction to counselling skills

  • Caring for carers

  • Training for Trainers

We offer training to survivors of domestic violence to help manage the psychological impact of their experiences:

  • Understanding Domestic Violence

  • Post Traumatic Stress

  • Flashbacks and Memories

  • Anxiety and Fear

  • Depression and Self Esteem

  • Anger

  • Avoidance and Numbing

  • Sleeping Difficulties and Relaxation

  • Parenting children who have been affected by DV

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Consultancy and Coaching

We offer individual and group coaching to supervisors and managers who are supporting staff working with women who are or have been experiencing domestic violence.

"All organizations now say routinely, ‘People are our most important asset.’ Yet few practice what they preach, let alone truly believe it."

 Peter Drucker Harvard Business Review Sept 1992

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Benefits for Your Organisation

How this all helps

Effective agency practice, policies and procedures with respect to domestic violence can ensure that:

  • Women and children can be protected from significant harm

  • Further physical and psychological violence can be prevented and repeat victimisation reduced

  • Practitioners develop confidence in identifying and responding to domestic violence

  • Agency time and cost is reduced by early, effective intervention

  • Agencies meet their legal obligations in relation to child protection, domestic crime and victim law, family law and housing law

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