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Creating Affirming and Inclusive Interventions
A training on serving transgender and gender non-conforming people through FVIP
Facilitating Female Family Violence Intervention Groups
Training is virtual
Training Provided by: High Impact Training & Counseling, Inc.
Research is indicating that there is a growing number of females being arrested for family violence and being mandated into family violence intervention programs. There is a growing awareness that there are significant differences between male and female batterers and that successful treatment of female batterers needs to be different than the treatment of males. Many traditional explanations hold that violence and abuse stem from the patriarchal organization of our society. In reviewing the differences between female and male batterers, research indicates that women more often attribute their behavior to self-protection than do men.
In exploring this topic, it is imperative that we not minimize or deny the extensive oppression and violence towards women. However, research has begun to identify a growing trend of victimization by women in their relationships that nearly equal that perpetrated by men in years past. Whether violence is initiated by women, men or as often happen, by both batterers must be held accountable for their intentional abuse of their partners.
Discuss female perpetrators of partner aggression and relevant treatment issues.
Describe 4 typologies of women who are referred to FVIPs and a revised power and control wheel.
Examine who has the power in the world.
Review the relationship between anger and depression.
Exploring the impact of trauma on women who are in abusive relationships.
Explore strategies for change.
Describe characteristics of family violent women.
Teaching self-responsibility to female perpetrators.
Interventions with female perpetrators and review of female violence curriculum.
Training Approved for 6 GCFV-Approved Hours
Training Fee: $70
Make Check Payable to: Anger Management Institute
44 Marietta Street, Suite 809
Atlanta, Ga 30303
Date: May 27, 2022
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 pm
This meeting is open to FVIP Providers, Facilitators and Facilitators-in- Training, those seeking to open FVIPs in the Stone Mountain Judicial circuit and victim liaisons. Approved for 1 Task Force Meeting Requirement for certified FVIP Facilitators and 1 Task Force Meeting Hour for Facilitators-in-Trng
From 2010 through 2019, at least 1,380 Georgians lost their lives due to domestic violence. Thousands more are victims of non-fatal domestic violence every year.