Event date: 5/5/2023 Export event
Mark Wills
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Critical Practice Approaches in DV/IPV Setting: Anti-oppression & Trauma Informed Frameworks

NASW California

This interactive training is intended to support the work of advocates, service providers, and leaders in the Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence Setting field in efforts to integrate trauma informed and anti-oppression frameworks in multiple levels of service. Attention is given to direct service approaches, a case example that analyzes an organizational policy change, and resources for ongoing staff development.

Learning Objectives:
  • Identify trauma-informed approach principles and anti-oppression/social justice frameworks
  • Understand how to consider trauma informed principles and anti-oppression frameworks in domestic violence/intimate partner violence service settings
  • Critically reflect on your personal/professional identities in relation to your work
  • Engage in collaborative discussion with colleagues related to practices you utilize/know about that align with trauma-informed and anti-oppression approaches and frameworks
  • Identify resources to utilize in ongoing learning related to trauma-informed and anti-oppression approaches in the DV/IPV field
3 CEU available

Register for Critical Practice Approaches in DV/IPV Setting at https://www.naswca.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1738812&group=.
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