Spousal/Partner Abuse Detection and Intervention (Abridged) CE Course – Online CE Course
Spousal/Partner Abuse Detection and Intervention (Abridged) CE Course Objectives and Outline:
- Identify and distinguish between at least two different types of abuse.
- Identify at least two spousal/partner abuse symptoms.
- Describe at least two effects of spousal/partner abuse.
- Explain at least two same gender abuse dynamics.
- Discuss at least two relevant cultural factors.
- Explain the clinical impact of domestic violence on children.
- Identify at least two national domestic violence applicable laws and other legal considerations.
- Discuss the relationship between substance abuse and spousal/partner abuse.
- Discuss at least two implications for prevention.
- Identify at least two resources and referrals.
- Describe at least two characteristics of spousal/partner abuse later in life.
- Explain at least one characteristic of sexual violence.
- Describe at least one characteristic of stalking.
- Identify at least one characteristic of intimate partner violence victimization.
- Explain the relationship between intimate partner violence and and suicide attempts.
In addition to the course objectives listed above, this course addresses the following content areas related to spousal and partner abuse:
- Counseling theory and practice
- Social and Cultural Foundations
- Professional practice issues
- Wellness and prevention
- Intimate Partner Violence and Domestic Violence: Definitions
- Symptoms and Effects of Domestic Violence
- Screening, Evaluation, Intervention and Treatment
- Trauma Informed Treatment
- Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence
- Children and Domestic Violence
- Domestic Violence and the Law
- Implications for Prevention
- Domestic Violence in Later Life
- Prevalence and Characteristics of Sexual Violence, Stalking, and Intimate Partner Violence Victimization
Instructors: Nicole Hiltibran, MA, LMFT; Julie Campbell, Phd
Author: Nicole Hiltibran, MA LMFT – SAMHSA – US Census Bureau – CDC
Nicole Hiltibran, MA LMFT has been in practice for over 20 years (for more details on Nicole Hiltibran’s credentials view our Principals page). She wrote and compiled the information contained in this course from documents produced by SAMHSA, US Census Bureau, and the CDC.
.7 hour of the 7.0 hours may be used toward ethics
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