When

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 from 9 AM to 12:30 PM
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Wednesday, October 28, 2020 from 9 AM to 12:30 PM
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Where

This is an online event.

Contact

Andie Burkey 
RESOLVE of Greater Rochester, Inc 
585-425-1580 
info@resolve-roc.org 

Workshop Abstract

Since the late 1990s, the CDC and World Health Organization have categorized IPV as a public health crisis with significant correlates to mental and behavioral health, substance abuse, and trauma. The purpose of the Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Workshop for Behavioral and Mental Health Professionals is to promote greater awareness and understanding of IPV, as well as its prevelance and intersectionality with behavioral and mental healthl and to empower providers to assess for and respond to IPV when it presents. 

RESOLVE of Greater Rochester is a not-for-profit agency committed to providing therapists, organizations and other professionals with resources and tools to help IPV Survivors to overcome their abuse. RESOLVE has partner with Tree of Hope Counseling, PLLC in order to provide this 2-part *Virtual Live Workshop*.

6 Continuing Education Contact Hours/Continuing Professional Education Hours 
for LCSW, LMSW, LMHC, LMFT and/or CASAC

Attendance is required to both parts in order to receive CEUs.
Participation certificates available upon request. 

Who should attend?

Social Workers * Mental Health Counselors * Substance Abuse Counselors * Art Therapists * Marriage & Family Therapists * Psychologists * Psychiatrists * Clergy *  Psychiatric Nurses * 
Nurse Practitioners * Nurses *  Community Health Advocates * Victim’s Advocates * Probation Personnel * Parole/Re-Entry Program Staff

Fees

                         Individual Participant                                                     $99 or $89 early bird
                         Group Rate (3 or more registered at the same time)    $89 or $79 early bird
                         Student Rate (must provide valid ID at registration)     $ 59 (no early bird rate)


EARLY BIRD RATES EXPIRE ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2020

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  • Individual, group (3 or more from same organization), and student rates available.
  • Cancellation Policy: NO refunds will be issued; registration is fully transferable.
    Participant can defer registration to a future training date or authorize transfer to another person.

Learning objectives  

  • Participants will learn about the prevalence, impact and dynamics of IPV victimization and perpetration.
  • Participants will learn about common mental/behavioral, substance abuse and trauma correlates that are consistent with current or previous IPV exposure.        
  • Participants will learn how to apply trauma-informed methods when responding to patients affected by IPV; including how to avoid vicarious trauma and the importance of provider self-care
  • Participants will learn how to manage confidentiality, how to document IPV related issues, and how provider collaboration can lead to improved client outcomes.
  • Participants will learn how to manage confidentiality, how to document IPV related issues, and how provider collaboration can lead to improved client outcomes. 
  • Participants will receive guidelines and information about safety planning, local IPV resources, legal remedies and other supports available for IPV victims and perpetrators.

Proposed Workshop Schedule

Day 1 - Tuesday, October 27, 2020

 8:30am       Log-On

 9:00am       Welcome and Introductions

 9:15am       Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) as Trauma

10:30am      Break

10:45am      Assesing for and Responding to IPV Survivors

11:30am      Safety Planning 

12:00pm      Parallel Parenting 

12:30pm      Day 1 Ends 

Day 2 - Wednesday, October 28, 2020

 8:30am       Log-On

 9:00am       Welcome and Introductions

 9:15am       Assesing for and Responding to IPV Perpetrators 

10:00am      IPV & Substance Abuse Implications for Victims & Perpetrators 

10:30am      Break

10:45am      Civil Orders of Protection through Family Court 

11:00am      Intersectionality of IPV and Mental / Behavioral Health 

12:00pm      Vicarious Trauma & Self Care

12:30pm      Workshop ends