Domestic Violence Advocacy Training Fall 2019
Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center’s comprehensive training series will help you develop the knowledge and skills to appropriately assist victims and survivors of domestic violence.
This 30-hour training series complies with Department of Public Health (DPH) requirements for domestic violence advocates in Massachusetts. It is ideal for social service providers, health care professionals, law enforcement, faith leaders and all interested in working to end domestic violence.
Location: Boston Technology Park North, 110 Haverhill Road, Building C, Suite 220, Amesbury, MA 01913
Time: All Sessions 9am – 4pm
Cost: $75 per session or $300 for all five sessions
History & Context of Domestic Violence
What is Domestic Abuse and What are the Types
The Cycle of Abuse
Understanding the Abuser
Barriers to Leaving
Working with Marginalized & Underserved Populations
Trauma Informed Responses to Domestic Violence
Impact of Violence on Children
Counseling Skills & Safety Planning
Police Response to Domestic Violence
Working with Survivors with Mental Health Issues
Working with Survivors with Substance Use Issues
Secondary Traumatic Stress & Self-Care
Questions? Contact Heather Wiles at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Applications for social work continuing education credits have been submitted. Please contact us for status.