Online Course » Domestic Violence: Counseling Clients Involved with Violent Intimate Partners

Course Description:
This program provides information about how to assess for intimate partner violence, explores safety-related ethical issues that arise when counseling clients in IPV relationships, and explains the use of safety plans as a tool for promoting the safety of clients in IPV relationships. The material includes additional information on safety planning.
Course Objective:
Upon completing this program, participants should be able to:
  • Assess for intimate partner violence;
  • Discuss safety and ethical issues related to counseling clients in IPV relationships; and
  • Develop safety plans with clients in IPV relationships.
Author Bio:
Victoria Kress, Jake Protivnak, and Lauren Sadlak are affiliated with the Department of Counseling and Special Education at Youngstown State University. Victoria E. Kress, PhD, PCC-S, is Associate Professor, Community Counseling Clinic Director / Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program Coordinator, and Jake J. Protivnak, PhD, PCC-S, LSC, is Assistant Professor / Coordinator, Counseling Program. Safety planning material has been compiled and edited by Jill Miller, JD, who graduated from the University of Washington School of Law. She is a member of the Washington State Bar Association and is currently vice president in charge of operations and business development for At Health, Inc.
Credits:
2.00
Hours:
2.00
Certificates:
American Psychological Association - view details
Association of Social Work Boards - view details
California Board of Registered Nursing - view details
National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) - view details
National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) - view details
Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists - view details

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