DV 102: Understanding the Victim/Survivor of Domestic Violence
Goals and Objectives:
Define the emotional and behavioral impact of abuse on victims and their family, friends and co-workers
Identify issues that impact a victim's decision to leave (including risks)
Recognize how culture, religion, community, race, age, gender, sexual orientation, and ability impacts decisions and options
Learn how to empower victim to identify options and make informed decisions
Identify resources for support and referral
Light refreshments provided. Please bring your lunch. Manual/Certificates provided.
DV102: Understanding the Victim/Suvivor of Domestic Violence is approved for continuing education by the National Association of Social Workers - NJ Chapter (approval #102501-10564) through 8/31/14. Social workers and LPC's will receive 5.5 CLINICAL credits for partipating in this class.
Anyone is eligible to receive 5.5 DVS (Domestic Violence Specialist) credits (authorized by the NJ Coalition for Battered Women).
In order to receive credit, attendees must complete the entire class, complete the evaluation and sign the attendance sheet.
Training facility is wheelchair accessible. All APFC workshops are based on best practices that acknowledge and respect the needs of victims from diverse populations.
The speakers have nothing to disclose; there are no conflicts of interest, sponsorship or financial/commercial support of this activity.
Prefer to pay by check? DO NOT fill this out. Please email us at IPVA@APartnershipforChange.org to register your name and receive payment information.
NOTE: There is a parking garage located conveniently on Church Street; we do not advise street parking.
When & Where
A Partnership for Change (APFC)
A Partnership for Change (APFC) is a New Jersey-based, private, non-profit organization dedicated to ending intimate partner violence through the provision of comprehensive education, awareness and prevention programs.
All programs developed by Allison Bressler, MA and Gloria Sgrizzi, Co-Founders/Co-Directors of A Partnership for Change.
For more information about our work, visit us at www.APartnershipforChange.org.