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Core Competencies in Domestic Violence:
Treatment struggles, differential assessment and the self of the therapist


Core Competencies in Domestic Violence: Treatment Struggles, Differential Assessment and the Self of the Therapist

5.5 Hour Recorded Webinar

By Lisa Goodman-Twerski, LCSW

 

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Core Competencies in Domestic Violence: Treatment Struggles, Differential Assessment and the Self of the Therapist

 

This course will provide a thorough training on the difficult and complex subject of domestic violence in two parts. Part one of the course will provide an overview of the problem, including defining domestic violence, understanding the various reasons victims don’t come forward, and how to assess for this in your practice. Before jumping into the work we will examine the response therapists have and explore how to be aware and contain responses that get in the way of treatment. The core struggles and clinical issues for therapists working with victims of domestic violence will be addressed, and fundamental tasks and common themes in treatment. Understanding the role of advocacy and when and if it becomes an appropriate role for the therapist.

When are abusive behaviors, not domestic abuse? Part two of this training will address the differential assessment when dealing with domestic violence. Abusive behaviors show up in many relationships. They are not always indicative of domestic violence. This is an essential part of our training and education to make the appropriate recommendation, provide the right treatment, and ensure safety. This training will go through the different possible etiologies of various abuses in marriage or intimate partnerships. We will also explore the ancillary issues in working with domestic violence such as being a help or resource to friends or family members as well as understanding the fundamental struggles when children are involved. 

 

Trainer, Lisa Goodman-Twerski, LCSW, has been working with victims of domestic violence for over 30 years, maintains a private practice in Brooklyn, NY and lectures locally, nationally and internationally on many subjects including domestic abuse, marriage, and dating. She has also published a book entitled, “I’m So Confused, Am I Being Abused: Guidance for the Orthodox Spouse and Those Who are Trying to Help”

This One Day Seminar provides 6 CEs. The cost of the seminar is $99.

 

In hour 1, we will be defining domestic violence and understand why victims don’t come forward, what might compel them to do so and how to recognize subtle attempts to let the therapist know what’s going on.

Hour 2 will cover a safe way to make an assessment for domestic violence and understanding our role(s) and possible goals when working with victims, and the self of the therapist.

Hour 3 will cover core struggles and clinical issues for therapists when treating domestic violence. This will include addressing: balancing our roles – the advocate versus the therapist;  safety planning – in a crisis, in planning to leave in the future, in the case of returning; and understanding the fundamentals of a plan for change.

Hour 4 will address complexities that arise and struggles faced by victims when children are involved; as well, as how to be a resource to friends and family members.

Hours 5 & 6 will address understanding when abusive behavior isn’t domestic abuse. We will explore the differential assessment using a key measures matrix. Case examples will be used to illustrate when abusive behaviors should be defined as a dysfunctional marriage or as mental illness

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Core Competencies in Domestic Violence:
Treatment struggles, differential assessment and the self of the therapist

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Presenter: Lisa Twerski, LCSW

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Course Length: 5 Hours & 30 Minutes

Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants will be able to define domestic violence.
  2. Participants will be to explain the experiences of DV victims and how to assess and respond when someone comes forward.
  3. Participants will learn to understand and manage tier own reactions to sitting with the victim and ongoing trauma.


Core Competencies in Domestic Violence: Treatment Struggles, Differential Assessment and the Self of the Therapist

5.5 Hour Recorded Webinar

By Lisa Goodman-Twerski, LCSW

 

To register Click "BUY IT NOW".

If you have any difficulty registering, please email us here.

 
Core Competencies in Domestic Violence: Treatment Struggles, Differential Assessment and the Self of the Therapist

 

This course will provide a thorough training on the difficult and complex subject of domestic violence in two parts. Part one of the course will provide an overview of the problem, including defining domestic violence, understanding the various reasons victims don’t come forward, and how to assess for this in your practice. Before jumping into the work we will examine the response therapists have and explore how to be aware and contain responses that get in the way of treatment. The core struggles and clinical issues for therapists working with victims of domestic violence will be addressed, and fundamental tasks and common themes in treatment. Understanding the role of advocacy and when and if it becomes an appropriate role for the therapist.

When are abusive behaviors, not domestic abuse? Part two of this training will address the differential assessment when dealing with domestic violence. Abusive behaviors show up in many relationships. They are not always indicative of domestic violence. This is an essential part of our training and education to make the appropriate recommendation, provide the right treatment, and ensure safety. This training will go through the different possible etiologies of various abuses in marriage or intimate partnerships. We will also explore the ancillary issues in working with domestic violence such as being a help or resource to friends or family members as well as understanding the fundamental struggles when children are involved. 

 

Trainer, Lisa Goodman-Twerski, LCSW, has been working with victims of domestic violence for over 30 years, maintains a private practice in Brooklyn, NY and lectures locally, nationally and internationally on many subjects including domestic abuse, marriage, and dating. She has also published a book entitled, “I’m So Confused, Am I Being Abused: Guidance for the Orthodox Spouse and Those Who are Trying to Help”

This One Day Seminar provides 6 CEs. The cost of the seminar is $99.

 

In hour 1, we will be defining domestic violence and understand why victims don’t come forward, what might compel them to do so and how to recognize subtle attempts to let the therapist know what’s going on.

Hour 2 will cover a safe way to make an assessment for domestic violence and understanding our role(s) and possible goals when working with victims, and the self of the therapist.

Hour 3 will cover core struggles and clinical issues for therapists when treating domestic violence. This will include addressing: balancing our roles – the advocate versus the therapist;  safety planning – in a crisis, in planning to leave in the future, in the case of returning; and understanding the fundamentals of a plan for change.

Hour 4 will address complexities that arise and struggles faced by victims when children are involved; as well, as how to be a resource to friends and family members.

Hours 5 & 6 will address understanding when abusive behavior isn’t domestic abuse. We will explore the differential assessment using a key measures matrix. Case examples will be used to illustrate when abusive behaviors should be defined as a dysfunctional marriage or as mental illness

Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants will be able to define domestic violence.
  2. Participants will be to explain the experiences of DV victims and how to assess and respond when someone comes forward.
  3. Participants will learn to understand and manage tier own reactions to sitting with the victim and ongoing trauma.
Agenda:

In hour 1, we will be defining domestic violence and understand why victims don’t come forward, what might compel them to do so and how to recognize subtle attempts to let the therapist know what’s going on.

Hour 2 will cover a safe way to make an assessment for domestic violence and understanding our role(s) and possible goals when working with victims, and the self of the therapist.

Hour 3 will cover core struggles and clinical issues for therapists when treating domestic violence. This will include addressing: balancing our roles – the advocate versus the therapist;  safety planning – in a crisis, in planning to leave in the future, in the case of returning; and understanding the fundamentals of a plan for change.

Hour 4 will address complexities that arise and struggles faced by victims when children are involved; as well, as how to be a resource to friends and family members.

Hours 5 & 6 will address understanding when abusive behavior isn’t domestic abuse. We will explore the differential assessment using a key measures matrix. Case examples will be used to illustrate when abusive behaviors should be defined as a dysfunctional marriage or as mental illness


Refund Policy: Full Refund until 48 hours before scheduled date.
48 hours before: full refund less $5.00 processing fee. After event no refund will be given.
*exclusions apply for reasonable need and cause.
This presentation is open to:
  • Social Workers
  • Professional Counselors
  • Therapists
  • Psychologists
  • Licensed Mental Health Practitioners
  • Other professionals interacting with populations engaged in mental health based services
Course Level: intermediate
Level of Clinician: intermediate
  • New practitioners who wish to gain enhanced insight surrounding the topic
  • Experienced practitioners who seek to increase and expand fundamental knowledge surrounding the subject matter
  • Advanced practitioners seeking to review concepts and reinforce practice skills and/or access additional consultation
  • Managers seeking to broaden micro and/or macro perspectives

Participants will receive their certificate electronically upon completion of the webinar and course evaluation form.

Disability Access - If you require ADA accommodations, please contact our office 30 days or more before the event. We cannot ensure accommodations without adequate prior notification. Please Note: Licensing Boards change regulations often, and while we attempt to stay abreast of their most recent changes, if you have questions or concerns about this course meeting your specific board’s approval, we recommend you contact your board directly to obtain a ruling. The grievance policy for trainings provided by the NEFESH INTERNATIONAL is available here Satisfactory Completion Participants must have paid the tuition fee, logged in and out each day, attended the entire webinar, and completed an evaluation to receive a certificate (If this is a pre-recorded program, a post-test with a passing grade of 80% to receive a certificate.) Failure to log in or out will result in forfeiture of credit for the entire course. No exceptions will be made. Partial credit is not available. Certificates are available after satisfactory course completion by clicking here.

This training does not offer ASWB ACE CE credit
  • CE You! is an approved sponsor of the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners for continuing education credits for licensed social workers in Maryland. CE You! maintains responsibility for this program..
  • CE You LLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0437
  • This program is co-sponsored by NEFESH International and CeYou! NEFESH International is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. NEFESH International maintains responsibility for the program and its content.