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**This event is open to the public, and is appropriate for introductory level service providers currently or interested in working with children and families impacted by IPV/DV. **

 

The purpose of this 2-hour webinar is to provide education on the impact of domestic violence and/or intimate partner violence on children and families. This webinar will review types and patterns of violence, signs and symptoms for children based on age of exposure, and rates of exposure. It will highlight impact of racism on reporting, safety, and access to resources. Attendees will explore case examples to build skills related to safety planning. This webinar will be both lecture-based with accompanying slides and interactive in safety planning case examples, with live questions and answers at the end.

 

Target audience:   This is an introductory  two-hour webinar for service providers currently or interested in working with children and families impacted by Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)/Domestic Violence (DV).

 

Learning Objectives:

Attendees will be able to:

1. Define intimate partner violence (IPV) and domestic violence (DV)and understand historical context.

2. Describe how exposure to IPV/DV may impact children of varying ages.

3. Recognize the impact of race and COVID-19 on our understanding of IPV/DV and access to resources.

4. Practice safety planning with families through case examples and discussion.

5. Identify appropriate interventions for children and families impacted by IPV/DV.

6. Discuss resources on multiple supports for children and families impacted by IPV/DV.

 

The presenter has no actual or potential conflict of interest and/or commercial support relevant to this presentation.

 Please see event website for more details.  https://cvent.me/Wq0v3E 

 

This is a FREE event and CEs are available. 

 

RSVP: 1/23/23                             CE: 2