There will be five sessions that make up this series: Tuesday, May 3 through Tuesday, May 8, each taking place from 9am-12:15pm.
1 – History of the Movement & Dynamics of Interpersonal Violence (5/3/22)
2 – Trauma & Self Care (5/4/22)
3 – Crisis Counseling & Safety Planning (5/5/22)
4 – Confidentiality & Systems (5/6/22)
5 – Introduction to Crime Victim Compensation and Closing (5/10/22)
This series is designed for advocates who are new to domestic abuse programs. Topics will include: Movement History, Dynamics of Interpersonal Violence, Trauma Sensitive Practices and Self Care, Crisis Counseling, Safety Planning, Confidentiality, Advocacy and Systems, and Crime Victim Compensation. We will build in time for discussion and practice with your peers.
End Abuse staff will be joined by guest presenters Mandy Chitwood and Kelsey Hood-Christianson (Defy Domestic Abuse, Beloit).
Level: Foundational | This training is designed for advocates who are new to the field of domestic abuse services. No experience or prior training is necessary.
Registration opens in March.