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Working with Victims of Trauma and Intimate Partner Violence (2-part series)

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Working with Victims of Trauma and Intimate Partner Violence (2-part series)

 

Intimate Partner Violence 101

Thursday, June 21

1:30 - 5:00pm

New York City (in-person only)

 

and

 

Working with Immigrant Survivors of Trauma

Thursday, June 28; 9:30am - 1:00pm

New York City (in-person only)

(Note: Intimate Partner Violence 101 is a prerequisite)

 

This 2-part training series offered in collaboration with the Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence will provide an in-depth understanding of the impact that intimate partner violence (IPV) and trauma can have on your client, you, and the interactions between you and your client.

 

Part 1, Intimate Partner Violence 101, will cover various topics around Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) with a focus on immigrant populations. These topics will include the different forms that intimate partner violence can take, barriers to reporting abuse and accessing services, and best practices when working with survivors. The training will cover societal and systemic responses to abuse and resources available for immigrants experiencing abuse.

 

Part 2, Working with Immigrant Survivors of Trauma, will focus on the intersectionality between trauma, IPV and immigrant communities. The training will examine the neurobiology of trauma, common diagnoses, and risk factors for trauma. It will identify the common presentations in people who have experienced trauma and trauma-informed engagement techniques. It will also discuss common signs and effects of secondary trauma. (Note: Intimate Partner Violence 101 is a prerequisite.)

 

Please note that participants are expected to attend BOTH sessions. 

 

The training will be led by experienced trainers from the NYC Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence

 

CLE Credit:  Approximately 5 credits in skills and 1 credit in Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias (DIEB) will be provided for attendance at the two-part series.  This course provides transitional credit for newly admitted attorneys and non-transitional credit for experienced attorneys.

 

This training is free of charge.

 

Please note that this training is only open to organizations and attorneys based in New York State.

 

Registration for this training will close at COB on Friday, June 15th.

 

To register for this series: click HERE

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