Teen Dating Abuse
Tuesday, June 18, 2013 from 9:45 AM to 2:45 PM (EDT)
New Brunswick, NJ
Teen Dating Abuse
Goals and Objectives:
Understand the dynamics of teen dating violence
Recognize the warning signs that indicate a teen may be a victim or an abuser
Effectively approach a teen (victim or abuser) to provide intervention
Develop safety plans, and implement prevention and awareness strategies
Identify resource and referral information for support
Each class will provide light refreshments.
Please bring your own lunch!
Handouts will be provided.
Teen dating abuse offers Nurses 6 contact hours and Social Workers 5.5 non-clinical continuing education credits.
Additional Information:All training facilities are wheelchair accessible. Workshops are based on best practices that acknowledge and respect the needs of victims from diverse populations.
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Parking garage located on Church St.
- Continuing nursing education activities were approved by New Jersey Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s COA.
- Domestic Violence "101" 102501-10561, Effects of Domestic Violence on Children 102501-10562, Teen Dating Abuse 102501-10563, and Understanding the Victim/Survivor of Domestic Violence 102501-10564, provided by A Partnership For Change, are approved for continuing education by the National Association of Social Workers – NJ Chapter, 200 Metroplex Drive, Suite 404, Edison, NJ 08817. Social workers will receive five and a half (5.5) non-clinical credits for participating in each of these courses.
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.