Presented by Dr. Christine Murray, Director of the Center for Youth, Family, and Community Partnerships and the Healthy Relationships Initiative, this training will provide an introduction to best practices for responding to family violence for mental health professionals.
Topics covered will include understanding the different forms of family violence, risk factors for abuse, mental health consequences of victimization, and an introduction to treatment approaches.
Participants will learn how to identify common features of abusive relationships, understand how mental health services fit within the range of other community resources for victims and survivors, and gain knowledge about how mental health professionals can support impacted clients in the long-term abuse recovery process.
This training is recommended for professionals and students. *UNC Greensboro alumni, staff, and students can received a discounted ticket by selecting the correct ticket and providing additional information.
Responding to Family Violence: Best Practices for Mental Health Professionals has been approved by NBCC for NBCC credit. UNCG Center for Youth, Family, and Community Partnerships; the Healthy Relationships Initiative is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. NBCC Approval No. SP-3617.
This event will take place virtually on Friday, May 14 from 9-2 pm. Register and reserve your ticket and receive details to connect leading up to the program. In order to earn the appropriate credit hours for this program, you must attend the entire program from 9-2. Participants will also be required to remain engaged through both the enabling of their camera feature and also, by engaging in the chatroom throughout the program. Attendance will be taken in order to correctly distribute earned credit hours.
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