Committed to Ending Family Violence

We believe that a coordinated community response is the best way to address the problem of family violence.

Upcoming Events and Training

May
14

Totally Tools: From the Beginner in BIP Work to the Most Experienced

Drawing on years of experience in training staff, curriculum development and program development the faculty will share and discuss specific strategies and tools designed to augment and enhance the work you are doing with perpetrators of interpersonal violence.

Objectives

Workshop participants will learn new tools and strategies for utilization in a BIP

Workshop participants will learn about strategies which lead to successful  program design and subsequent tool design.

Workshop participants will develop a more critical analysis for the utilization of current tools in a BIP.

Critical thinking in the design and development of tools for BIPs

May
17

Practicing Self-Care for FVIP Facilitators and Providers

Domestic Violence is not an easy field to work in, and those who work with perpetrators of domestic violence have the difficult task of holding them accountable as well as trying to bring about change. This work can effect FVIP facilitators and providers emotionally and physically. What are you doing for your self-care? What struggles do you have, and in what areas do you need assistance.  Please join us as we discuss self-care. 

May
18

Psychological Abuse in Intimate Partner Relationships

Psychological Abuse in Intimate Partner Relationships

Psychological abuse by an intimate partner can be as dangerous as sexual or physical abuse in terms of putting victims at risk for long-term physical and mental health problems.  In a study by the National Violence Against Women Survey, the respondents surveyed reported psychological abuse more often than either physical or sexual abuse. Psychological abuse accounted for more than half the abuse reported by women and more than 75% of the abuse reported by men.

When researchers analyzed the link between health and abuse by an intimate partner, they found significant mental and physical health consequences of victims of physical and psychological abuse. Male and female victims of either form of abuse were more likely than people who didn't suffer abuse to develop chronic physical or mental illness. Also, they were more prone to poor general health, depression injury, and alcohol and drug abuse.

This workshop is designed to assist those who work with perpetrators of intimate partner violence to understand its effects and develop effective counseling approaches in assisting perpetrators in learning how to stop or reduce psychological abuse. 

Learning Objectives:

1) Define psychological abuse.

2) Explore playing Emotional Jeopardy game.

3) Explain the Gaslighting Syndrome.

4) Describe coercive control.

5) Examine gender specific psychological aggression.

6) Review psychological abuse from a victim liaison perspective.

7) Explore the cyber emotional abuse.

8) Describe the psychological maltreatment of children.

9) Utilizing emotional intelligence strategies with perpetrators of psychological abuse. 

 

Registration fee: $70.00

Date: May 18, 2021

Time: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Approved for 6 FVIP Hours

Download this pdf file. To register 

 

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