Thursday, June 8, 2023 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM MDT
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Delaney Thiele
Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women
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Integrated Approaches to Working with Native Americans Persons Causing Harm

Virtual Training on Batterer’s Intervention Best Practices 

This is a one-day, 6-hour training for direct service providers that focuses on the dynamics of domestic violence and Indigenizing offender accountability programming for tribal communities. This training will include information sharing, Indigenous perspectives, cultural competence, trauma-informed best practices, accountability defined, and safety and violence prevention for future generations. 

Intended Audience: Direct service providers who provide services in the area of Batter’s Intervention and those working with victims and survivors of violence and their dependent children, including but not limited to counselors, advocates, probation officers, judges, etc. 

Survey and Certificate: A certificate of completion will be issued to you after completing our training survey. A survey link will be provided to you at the end of the training. It will also be emailed out to you so you can take the survey at a later date. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Have a basic understanding on what constitutes the dynamics of domestic violence, the cycle of power and control, power differentials, toxic masculinity, and the distinction between immediate safety and the prevention of domestic violence in the future.
  • Be able to recognize and identify the origins of violence, the early impacts of colonization on Indigenous populations, intergenerational trauma and how lived experiences shape one’s world view, attitudes, beliefs and values about violence.
  • Have a working understanding of what constitutes basic human inherent rights from an Indigenous perspective and how this relates to victim safety and offender accountability while being mindful of treating offenders utilizing humanistic principles.
  • Be able to recognize the importance of assessing offender motivation to engage in the intervention change process.
  • Be able to recognize the importance of cultural sensitivity and culturally appropriate responsiveness from a cultural humility perspective; self-reflective practice.
  • Will be able to identify and define what a Community Coordinated Response looks like in response to domestic violence, victim safety, offender accountability and restorative justice.

Agenda Coming Soon

If you have any question regarding this event, please email Delaney Thiele at dthiele@csvanw.org.