Use this link to register: http://endgv.nonprofitsoapbox.com/training-intothedeepend-aug16
This training will take place in room 282/283.
As a mental health or chemical dependency professional, you play a critical role in addressing domestic violence (DV) battering and victimization in your clients’ lives. Recognizing and accounting for domestic violence is essential to safe and meaningful interventions, yet many treatment providers find themselves feeling fearful of making things worse or powerless to help at all. This interactive, skills-based workshop will explore the information and skills you need to deliver ethical, effective practice.
Topics to be covered include:
· Context, intention, and impact of abusive behavior and coercive control
· Techniques for building rapport with survivors and perpetrators
· Appropriate clinical responses to DV
· Techniques for promoting safety and self-determination when working with survivors and accountability when working with perpetrators
· Utilizing advocacy resources
Tracee Parker, PsyDbrings her experience as a DV Advocate, a Perpetrator Treatment Provider, a Supervised Visitation Provider, and a Psychologist to more effectively address domestic violence in the context of various treatment settings.
*Low cost: Through the generous support of the Pacific Hospital Preservation and Development Association, this one-day workshop is offered for the nominal fee of $40, payable with registration. A boxed lunch will be provided.
*Workshop for psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, counselors, nursing professionals, chemical dependency professionals and/or other professionals working in the mental health or chemical dependency arenas
*CEUs: 6 chemical dependency CEUs pending through King County MHCADSD and 6 social work CEUs pending from the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), Washington Chapter