What is Coercive Control poster
Coercive Control is a form of psychological abuse in which one person in a relationship uses tactics such as manipulation, threats, and isolation to maintain control and power over their partner.
This type of abuse is often subtle and can be difficult to identify, as it may not involve physical violence. However, it can have a profound and lasting impact on the victim's mental health and well-being.
Coercive control can include tactics such as monitoring the victim's movements, controlling their access to money and resources, psychological abuse, and threatening harm to the victim or others.
If you or someone you know is experiencing abuse, it's important to reach out for help and support from trusted friends, family, or from your local service provider. Download our poster to see what is coercive control.