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Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center’s virtual training is a comprehensive series that develops the knowledge and skills necessary to assist victims and survivors of domestic violence. Each session builds off the last, and will include guest speakers, role playing and educational activities.

This series is ideal for social service providers, volunteers, health care professionals, law enforcement, faith leaders and all interested in working to end domestic violence.

Dates: September 15 – October 15, Tuesdays and Thursdays

Time: All Sessions 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Cost: $300 flat fee includes all 10 sessions ($360 with CEUs*)

This is an interactive training series and requires video participation

To register, click here. After registering you will receive a confirmation email with Zoom link and more details.

To download the flyer, click here. For questions, contact Heather Wiles at

*27.5 Social Work CEUs approved


Training will cover the following topics:

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 and Safety Planning

Risk Assessment

Working with Survivors with Mental Health Issues

Working with Survivors with Substance Use Issues

Police Response to Domestic Violence

Legal Issues

Secondary Traumatic Stress, Boundaries & Self-Care