Resilience is hosting a virtual training called Safety Is Survivor-Defined: Exploring Safety Planning with Survivors of Domestic Violence during COVID-19. Please see below for more details:
Safety Is Survivor-Defined: Exploring Safety Planning with Survivors of Domestic Violence during COVID-19
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Important update as of June 12, 2020: Due to ongoing technical issues, we are cancelling the two remaining live sessions of this training, planned for June 16 and June 21, and refunding all funds paid for this training series. Additionally, we will pre-record the June 16 and June 21 sessions, re-record the first two sessions, and send the links for all four webinars to registrants at no cost by the end of June. All four webinars will also be made available on our YouTube channel. We value the quality of our training and appreciate your patience as we navigate teaching on a new platform and in a new way.
ABOUT THE TRAINING
This virtual series will examine the complex dynamics of domestic violence and how to best support those harmed by it. Resilience’s four-part series will begin with building foundational knowledge of domestic violence and then will focus on a different facet of safety planning in light of COVID-19 and stay-at-home restrictions. This training will be presented by Lillian Cartwright, Director of Education & Training. For more information please contact Candice Tindell, Training & Outreach Coordinator, at 872-356-8202 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Understanding Domestic Violence
Tuesday, May 26, 2020 from 6:00–7:00pm CT
Safety Planning: Staying at Home
Tuesday, June 9, 2020 from from 6:00–7:00pm CT
Safety Planning: Leaving
Tuesday, June 16, 2020 from 6:00–7:00pm CT
Safety Planning: Children & Youth
Tuesday, June 23, 2020 from 6:00–7:00pm CT
Single session (1 session) $40
Full series (4 sessions) $125
Scholarships are available for registrants who are not sponsored by an employer.
1 CEU per session for LCPC/LCSW