Domestic Violence and Abuse

  • LEARNER OBJECTIVES • Identify vulnerable populations • Identify general categories of harm as they relate to at-risk populations • Identify specific types of abuse and neglect, including behavioral and physical indicators • Gain an understanding of relevant prevalence data • Identify perpetrator, victim and environmental factors correlated with risk of abuse • Gain an understanding of the legal and ethical issues surrounding the reporting of abuse and neglect. • Gain an understanding of the general policies related to abuse reporting
    $60.00 for 90 days
  • LEARNER OBJECTIVES • Identify the 9 core values of domestic violence courts • Differentiate between drug courts and domestic violence courts • Delineate the components of an effective domestic violence court • Present areas for evaluation and accountability • Assess sentencing models • Develop an action plan for creating domestic violence courts
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives: • Explore major societal concerns, including stress, person abuse, substance abuse • Disseminate Partner Violence • Discuss Teen Dating Abuse
    $30.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives: • Explore major societal concerns, including violence, stress, person abuse, substance abuse • Discuss the link between domestic violence and alcohol abuse • Identify strategies for domestic violence prevention and control • Explore the psychology underlying domestic violence
    $9.00 for 30 days
  • Objectives • Define the different types of abuse • Review important things to be aware of prior to interviewing the victim and the perpetrator • Define the concerns that are relevant when completing an assessment of imminent danger • Review the 8 spokes of influence on the power and control wheel • Contrast the power and control wheel with the equality wheel dimensions
    $9.00 for 30 days
  • • Overview of the mental health professional guidelines. • "Batterer” referrals • Victim/survivor referrals • Couples counseling • Rationale for group treatment for those who batter • Concurrent alcohol or other drug treatment • Assessment of those who batter:limits of confidentiality • Assessment procedure, discussion of program goals and limitations, partner contacts, diagnosis • Assessment of victims/survivors • Treatment for victims/survivors • Characteristics of those who batter • Guidelines for interviewing battered partners • Characteristics of battered women • Guidelines for interviewing those who batter
    $9.00 for 30 days
  • LEARNER OBJECTIVES • Describe the Power and Control Wheel • Identify the consequences of domestic abuse on the primary and secondary victims • List the seven steps in initial abuse screening (Ask, acknowledge, validate, assess safety, explore options, refer, document.) • Identify the benefits of universal screening for domestic violence • Be able to identify the “next” question to ask when there is identification of abuse • Identify how to respond when the woman says “no” but there is a suspicion of abuse • Identify factors that may prevent a woman from disclosing abuse • Identify the 4 things necessary in any documentation of abuse • Understand the laws relating to reporting domestic abuse in the United States
    $15.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives: • Explore crisis/ disaster counseling • Define Rape Trauma Stress Disorder • Identify characteristics of persons with RTSD • Discuss interventions for RTSD
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Course Objectives • Define domestic violence. • Describe the connections between substance abuse and domestic violence. • Describe how substance abuse affects treatment effectiveness. • Define the components of holistic treatment. • Describe effective methods of screening survivors. • Identify components of crisis intervention. • Describe treatment planning for the survivor. • List actions to include in a safety plan to prepare for and prevent a domestic violence attack. • List actions to take during a domestic violence attack. • List safety actions to teach children. • Describe laws and legal resources that can help victims of abuse. • Describe psychosocial issues associated with substance use and domestic violence. • Describe the connection between child abuse or neglect and domestic violence. • Identify local, state and federal laws; laws regarding disclosure and consent; and legal obligations the provider has regarding reporting abuse. • Describe ways to support and plan treatment for batterers. • Identify components of The Violence Against Women Act. • List legal resources available to victims, batterers and professionals regarding domestic violence.
    $12.00 for 90 days

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