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Speaker Biography

Jo Todd

Jo is the founding CEO of Respect, the UK membership association for domestic violence perpetrator programmes and associated support services which focuses on increasing the safety and well-being of victims through promoting, supporting, delivering and developing effective interventions with perpetrators.

Jo has worked in the domestic violence sector for eighteen years, including many years spent working with survivors of domestic violence. Jo has run groups for perpetrators of domestic violence and provided supervision and consultancy for staff running these groups – both in the voluntary and statutory sectors.

Jo has a Masters degree in the Sociology of Gender from Essex University and qualified as a person-centred counsellor in 1999. She has carried out training and consultancy work across the UK and abroad, including in Germany, the Republic of Ireland, Mexico and Jordan, and is co-author of a 3 volume practitioner manual, ‘Working Towards Safety’ (Iwi & Todd, DVIP, 2000).


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