Intimate Partner Violence: Safety Planning & Clinical Interventions (2-HR)
Target Audience: This course is designed for behavioral health clinicians including social workers, addictions counselors, and other mental health professionals.
Course Content: The course was developed for social workers and other mental health professionals at all the beginning and intermediate practice levels.
This course offers 2 Online CE Hours of SS (DV)(EBT)(PSY).
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Note: This course is not approved by the ASWB for continuing education purposes.
It is vital for all staff employed by health, behavioral health, and integrated care organizations to understand the nature and impact of trauma and how to use principles and practices that can promote recovery and healing: Trauma-Informed Approaches. The CDC defines Intimate Partner Violence (also described as domestic violence [DV]) as “physical, sexual, or psychological harm by a current or former partner or spouse. This type of violence can occur among heterosexual or same-sex couples and does not require sexual intimacy.” In this webinar, we will explore the impact and prevalence & impact of IPV, review the Cycle of Violence, examine the development of a Safety Plan for IPV, discuss how to conduct a lethality assessment, and explore the behavior concept of Gaslighting.
Upon completion of this education program, the participant will be able to:
Identify the prevalence of IPV through the discussion of statistics
Demonstrate IPV Screening and Assessment Tools, Health Implications, The Role of Substance Use in IPV
Recognize & Identify At-Risk Populations, Trauma-Informed Approaches
Identify & Address Helping Professional Vicarious Trauma and Self Care through Mindfulness