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Trainings throughout the state that will offer ICDVP ceu's. Check back if calendar is empty. To add your training information to this calendar, please email the following information to ilcdvp@ilcdvp.org. Training Name, Date/Time/Location, Brief Discription of Training and CEU Credits, Cost, and Contact information. Contact information should include Name, address, email address, phone number and website of individual to contact for registration for training events. Or visit our TRAINING CALENDAR SUBMISSION FORM page.

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View the The Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV) Training Events Site. Training provided by ICADV is approved by ICDVP.

 

Training Name

Date(s)/Time/ Location

Overview/Provided CEU's

Cost

Contact for Registration

40-Hour Domestic Violence Training


DATE(S):
Saturdays, August 18-October 13, 2018
TIME:
9:00AM-4:00PM
LOCATION:
7300 S. Main Street Downers Grove, IL 60187


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
This 40-hour in-person domestic violence training, provides a solid base of knowledge for anyone working with individuals affected by domestic violence. Family Shelter Service is an approved ICDVP training site.  
CEU’S:

COST:
See Website for details


NAME:
Kedri Ladewig
Family Shelter Service
EMAIL:
kladewig@familyshelterservice.net
PHONE:
630-221-8290
WEBSITE:
www.familyshelterservice.org

60-Hour Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Certification


DATE(S):
September 11 - October 6, 2018
TIME:
Tu/Th 6pm-10pm &
Sat 8am-4:30pm
LOCATION:
North Aurora Police Department
200 S Lincolnway St
North Aurora, IL 60542


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Completion of this training is required for all volunteers, interns, and staff who work directly with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Illinois. Mutual Ground is an ICDVP and ICASA approved training site. The certificate earned through this training is recognized statewide.
CEU’S: 60 Social Work CEU's; 60 IODAPCA CEU's

COST:
$250 Professional / $75 volunteer

NAME:
Jenaleigh Turner
Mutual Ground
EMAIL:
jturner@mutualground.org
PHONE:
630.897.0084 ext 162
WEBSITE:
mutualground.org

40-Hour Domestic Violence Advocacy Training


DATE(S):
Fall 2018 Training Dates - Workshops will held over a series of 7 Saturdays
Sept. 15, 2018, Sept. 22, 2018, Sept. 29, 2018, Oct. 6, 2018,
Oct. 13, 2018,
Oct. 20, 2018 and Oct. 27, 2018

TIME:
9:00AM-3:30PM

LOCATION:CAWC
1116 N Kedzie,
5th Floor
Chicago, IL 60651


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
This course provides participants with an overview of the complex social dynamics of domestic violence and intervention principles for working with domestic violence victims and their children. Includes all ICDVP required topics for the 40-hour training.
CEU’S:

COST:
$250 
group discounts may be available, please call for information


NAME:
Megan Rosado, Direct Service Volunteer and Education Coordinator
CAWC
EMAIL:
mrosado@cawc.org
PHONE:
773.489.9081
WEBSITE:
www.cawc.org

Beyond One size fits all:  New directions for differentiated treatment of offenders


DATE(S):
September 17, 2018
TIME:
9:00AM-4:00PM
LOCATION:
Par-a-dice Hotel
1 Blackjack Blvd.
East Peoria, IL



BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
This training will feature Colorado’s innovative approach to differentiated treatment for IPV perpetrators.  The Colorado Standards implement an evidence based risk assessment to refer perpetrators to graduated levels of intensity for PAIP treatment.
CEU’S: 7

COST:
$40

NAME:
Illinois State University and Center for Prevention of Abuse
EMAIL:
socialwork@ilstu.edu
PHONE:
309-438-8187
WEBSITE:
socialwork.illinoisstate.edu/alumni/continuingeducation.shtml

20 Hour Partner Abuse Intervention Program Facilitator Training


DATE(S):
September 19-21, 2018
TIME:
8:30AM-5:00PM
LOCATION:
Community Crisis Center
37 S Geneva St
Elgin, IL 60120


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Participants can expect to learn best practices in group dynamics, group co-facilitation, and intervention methods. Completion of this training is required for those working with Domestic Violence perpetrators as well as those seeking the CPAIP certification. The Community Crisis Center is an IDHS-approved program, and is certified as a Training Site by ICDVP, Inc.. This training is intended for people who have already completed the 40 hour Domestic Violence Training.
CEU’S: 20 for Counseling, Social Work, CDVP

COST:
$125 per person

NAME:
Anna Whitmer
Community Crisis Center
EMAIL:
awhitmer@crisiscenter.org
PHONE:
847.622.8888
WEBSITE:
www.crisiscenter.org/

Adoption:  Lifelong Development Ages and Stages


DATE(S):
September 21, 2018
TIME:
8:30AM - 4:15PM
LOCATION:
Oakton Community College
7701 N. Lincoln
Skokie IL


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Every one of us, therapist or not, has encountered adoptive families.  Adoptive families face challenges that often go unnoticed, even by the clinical community.  This comprehensive presentation will outline how adoption issues arise at various points in development, from infancy through adulthood.  It’s important to consider ethical approaches to working with anyone in the adoption cycle.  Issues unique to internationally adoptive families and domestic families will be explored. Insight and tips will be provided for how to support clients during various developmental stages. 
CEU’S: 6.5 hours

COST:
$99 early bird by 8/28 after 8/28 $119 regular.    $129 walkin

NAME:
Gloria at Oakton Community College CEHP
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu
PHONE:
847.635.1438
WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted/

Is it Me Or Did Something Bizarre Just Happen? Understanding Personality Disorder


DATE(S):
September 28, 2018
TIME:
8:30AM - 4:15PM
LOCATION:
Oakton Community College
7701 N. Lincoln
Skokie IL


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Every one of us, therapist or not, has encountered adoptive families.  Adoptive families face challenges that often go unnoticed, even by the clinical community.  This comprehensive presentation will outline how adoption issues arise at various points in development, from infancy through adulthood.  It’s important to consider ethical approaches to working with anyone in the adoption cycle.  Issues unique to internationally adoptive families and domestic families will be explored. Insight and tips will be provided for how to support clients during various developmental stages. 
CEU’S: 6.5 hours

COST:
$99 early bird by 9/7 after 9/7 $119 regular.    $129 walkin

NAME:
Gloria at Oakton Community College CEHP
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu
PHONE:
847.635.1438
WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted/

Self-Compassion:  Pathway Toward Professional Resilience


DATE(S):
October 3, 2018
TIME:
8:30AM - 4:15PM
LOCATION:
Oakton Community College
7701 N. Lincoln
Skokie IL


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Working in the helping services is rewarding, yet it can
its toll on the well-being of professionals, whether they be new counselors or experienced veterans.  In this interactive workshop, we examine the importance of self-compassion to building resilience to manage such hazards as professional burnout and vicarious traumatization.  In group exercises and discussions, we highlight specific actions which counselors can use to enhance their personal and professional development
CEU’S: 6.5 hours

COST:
99 early bird by 9/14 after 9/14 $119 regular.    $129 walkin

NAME:
Gloria at Oakton Community College CEHP
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu
PHONE:
847.635.1438
WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted/

Perspective Taking at the Core of Cultural Competency


DATE(S):
October 3, 2018
TIME:
8:30AM - 4:15PM
LOCATION:
Oakton Community College
7701 N. Lincoln
Skokie IL


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Perspective taking is at the core of our social interactions. We attempt to consider another's perspective in order to help us predict their future actions in all areas of work and play. This experiential workshop allows people to actively explore their own perspective in comparison and contrast with others that will enrich our cultural competency. Activities will help participants understand that we see things through our own lenses that are affected by our psycho-cultural heritage, education, experiences and the nature we are borth with that fram our perspectives. Examples come from conducting this work in 7 countries with 18 different nationalities
CEU’S: 6.5 hours

COST:
$99 early bird by 9/7 after 9/7 $119 regular.    $129 walkin

NAME:
Gloria at Oakton Community College CEHP
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu
PHONE:
847.635.1438
WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted/

PAIP 20 hour Training


DATE(S):
October 3-5, 2018
TIME:
8:30AM - 5:00PM
LOCATION:
Center for Prevention of Abuse
720 Joan Ct
Peoria, IL 61614


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
The PAIP Facilitator Training provides individuals with the essential skills and tools necessary to facilitate partner abuse intervention groups, reviews the Illinois Partner Abuse Protocol, and teaches best practices for group co-facilitation.
CEU’S: 20

COST:
Cost $125

NAME:
Center for Prevention of Abuse
EMAIL:
chennon@centerforpreventionofabuse.org
PHONE:
309.698.2874

Transforming Blocks to Change


DATE(S):
October 23, 2018
TIME:
8:30AM - 4:15PM
LOCATION:
Oakton Community College
7701 N. Lincoln
Skokie IL


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Working in the helping services is rewarding, yet it can its toll on the well-being of professionals, whether they be new counselors or experienced veterans.  In this interactive workshop, we examine the importance of self-compassion to building resilience to manage such hazards as professional burnout and vicarious traumatization.  In group exercises and discussions, we highlight specific actions which counselors can use to enhance their personal and professional development
CEU’S: 6.5 hours

COST:
$99 early bird by 9/28 after 9/28 $119 regular.    $129 walkin

NAME:
Gloria at Oakton Community College CEHP
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu
PHONE:
847.635.1438
WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted/

Stop the Silence: End Domestic Violence


DATE(S):
October 25, 2018
TIME:
7:00PM
LOCATION:
Elgin Community College
Seigle Auditorium Bldg E


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Featured Speaker Dr. Buck Blodgett gives a moving call to action. His daughter Jessie was brutally murdered in a Domestic Violence incident. Since Jessie’s passing, Dr. Blodgett has created the “Love is greater than Hate” project, and has worked tirelessly to educate, motivate and inspire minds and hearts to add Love to our world and to end violence.
CEU’S: 1.5

COST:
Free! No pre-registration necessary, just attend.

NAME:
Kim Schellin-Rog at Community Crisis Center
PHONE:
847.742.4088 x 112

The First Six Sessions in Therapy


DATE(S):
October 27, 2018
TIME:
8:30AM - 11:30AM
LOCATION:
Oakton Community College
7701 N. Lincoln
Skokie IL


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Research reveals that clients make most of their progress within the first six sessions of counseling, yet nearly 50% of clients are no-shows at their second session.  Participants will learn how to increase the probably that clients will make it to six sessions and strategies to engage clients in counseling within the first five minutes of contact.   Evidence based approaches will be presented which help clients successfully complete a minimum of 6 sessions that include feedback informed counseling;  behavioral couples counseling, the use of motivation incentives and stage based interventions
CEU’S: 3 hours

COST:
$69 early bird by 10/6 after 10/6 $119 regular.    $129 walkin

NAME:
Gloria at Oakton Community College CEHP
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu
PHONE:
847.635.1438
WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted/

Parenting In the Context of Domestic Violence & Trauma


DATE(S):
November 8, 2018
TIME:
9:00AM - 12:00PM
LOCATION:
JCFS/ Elaine Kersten Children's Center
255 Revere Drive, Northbrook, IL


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
This presentation will explore the challenges of parenting when primary caregivers experience intimate partner violence and other trauma or adversities. We’ll look at the effects on the parent-child relationship, ongoing struggles post-separation, and how intergenerational trauma may impact parenting capacity. The presenter will also examine practical strategies for how to support parents to strengthen and repair relationships with their children as part of the process of healing from trauma and abuse. Throughout the session, participants will have opportunities to reflect on and share their professional experiences, struggles and successes with supporting clients who are parenting in the context of domestic violence and other trauma

Learning Objectives:
• Understand how domestic violence may undermine parenting and caregiving, and impact parent-child relationships.
• Explore the effects of intergenerational trauma on parenting capacity in the context of family, culture, community and society.
• Learn ways to support clients to strengthen parent-child relationships, and foster family resilience and healing from domestic violence and trauma.
Presenter: Susan Blumenfeld, MSW, LCSW National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health

CEU’S: 3.0 CEUs:
- No additional CE fee for Social Work/Counseling.
- $5 additional fee for ICDVP credits through our partnership with Between Friends


COST:
$25 for program
Payment is at the door.


NAME:
Betsy Lazerow
Jewish Child & Family Services
EMAIL:
betsylazerow@jcfs.org
PHONE:
847.745.5430
WEBSITE:
www.jcfs.org


REGISTRATION:
Click here http://jcfs.formstack.com/forms/jcares_training_submissions_institute

Ethical Considerations with Boundary Issues


DATE(S):
November 16, 2018
TIME:
8:30AM - 4:15AM
LOCATION:
Oakton Community College
7701 N. Lincoln
Skokie IL


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Ethical issues related to professional boundaries are among the most problematic and challenging. Boundary issues arise related to personal disclosure, dual relationships and potential conflicts of interest. The use of technology (social media, electronic records, email, texts, video conferencing, etc.) has dramatically increased the situations in which boundary consideration occur. Practitioners in rural areas face additional challenges. Best practices result from living into the standard of care through informed and thorough critical thinking.

This seminar will explore the distinction between boundary crossings and boundary violations, including a conceptual framework for ethical decision-making. The appropriate application of relevant laws, codes and standards. This program satisfies the ethics requirement for social workers and psychologists.
CEU’S:  6.5 hours

COST:
99 early bird by 10/19 after 10/19 $119 regular.    $129 walkin

NAME:
Gloria at Oakton Community College CEHP
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu
PHONE:
847.635.1438
WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted/

The New Social Anxiety:  New Pespectives and Treatment of Social Anxiety in the IGeneration and Beyond


DATE(S):
November 28, 2018
TIME:
8:30AM - 4:15AM
LOCATION:
Oakton Community College
7701 N. Lincoln
Skokie IL


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Therapists have to deal with a changing world of causes and symptoms of social anxiety. In 2008 the Internet was placed into our hands on phones for 24/7 electronic connection and the iGen became the first generation to grow up with the impact of social media profoundly affecting social learning. This seminar will take a look at the new social anxiety - from anxiety over 'adulting' due to lack of competence (genuine deficits of skills) to lack of confidence from lack of life experience. Constant exposure to negative self-comparison over social media also spurs anxiety that has interesting new names like FOMO (fear of missing out) that may or may not be grounded in reality. Other age groups experience this impact as well. Millenials, Gen X, parents, and the aging population are distinctly affected by the changes in social structure brought about by electronic connection. This practical and skills-based seminar will take a look at the changing landscape of causes for social anxiety and the impact on treatment.
CEU’S:  6.5 hours

COST:
$99 early bird by 10/31 after 10/31 $119 regular.    $129 walkin

NAME:
Gloria at Oakton Community College CEHP
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu
PHONE:
847.635.1438
WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted/

Mindfulness in Clinical Practice


DATE(S):
December 5, 2018
TIME:
8:30AM - 4:15PM
LOCATION:
Oakton Community College
7701 N. Lincoln
Skokie IL


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
The term mindfulness is everywhere these day from magazines to television to MBA courses and mental health settings.  In this interactive workshop, participants will have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of this buzzword and discover strategies for incorporating mindfulness into their personal and professional practice.  The focus of this program is group settings but the resources provided are also relevant to individual clinical work.
CEU’S: 6.5 hours

COST:
$99 early bird by 11/9 after 11/9 $119 regular.    $129 walkin

NAME:
Gloria at Oakton Community College CEHP
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu
PHONE:
847.635.1438
WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted/

Helping Clients Manage Anxiety


DATE(S):
December 6, 2018
TIME:
9:00AM - 12:00PM
LOCATION:
Bridges to a New Day, nfp
215 W. Romeo Rd
Romeoville, IL 60446


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
This is an interactive workshop designed to review the DSM-5 diagnosis of Anxiety Disorders and furnish clinicians with techniques to use with clients of all ages in managing anxiety.
CEU’S: 3

COST:
$50 ($45 Early Bird fee if registered 3 weeks prior to workshop)

NAME:
Rowana
Bridges to a New Day, nfp
EMAIL:
intake@bridgestoanewday.org
PHONE:
815.838.2690
WEBSITE:
bridgestoanewday.org

Adolescent Social Media Use and Mental Health


DATE(S):
January 8, 2019
TIME:
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
LOCATION:
Bridges to a New Day, nfp
215 W. Romeo Rd.
Romeoville, IL 60446


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Current trends in social media and research on how social media is affecting mental health.  Tips to.  Clinical implications of social media use and tips to keep children safe online.
CEU’S: 3

COST:
$50 (early bird fee of $45 if registered 3 weeks prior)

NAME:
Rowana
Bridges to a New Day, nfp
EMAIL:
office@bridgestoanewday.org
PHONE:
815.838.2690
WEBSITE:
bridgestoanewday.org

Teaching Parenting Skills


DATE(S):
April 25, 2019
TIME:
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
LOCATION:
Bridges to a New Day, nfp
215 W. Romeo Rd.
Romeoville, IL 60446


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
This workshop will focus on teaching parenting skills in a manner that empowers the parent to discipline their child.
CEU’S: 3

COST:
$50 (early bird fee of $45 if registered 3 weeks prior)

NAME:
Rowana
Bridges to a New Day, nfp
EMAIL:
intake@bridgestoanewday.org
PHONE:
815.838.2690
WEBSITE:
bridgestoanewday.org

40-Hour Domestic Violence &
40-hour Sexual Assault training


DATE(S):
January, May, & August
TIME:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
MONDAY - FRIDAY
LOCATION:
Community Crisis Center
Elgin, IL


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Covers all required topics for both Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
CEU’S: For Professional Counselors & Social Workers

COST:
$250 for
DV-only training
$250 for
SA-only training
$400 for both
DV & SA training

NAME:
Kim Schellin-Rog
Community Crisis Center in Elgin
EMAIL:
kschellinrog@crisiscenter.org
PHONE:
847-697-2380
ext. 112
WEBSITE:
www.crisiscenter.org

See the Training Brochure

65-Hour Cross Training in Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault

DATE(S):
Offered 3 times throughout the year: Jan-Feb, May-June, Aug-Sept. Class meets weekly on Mondays, Tuesdays (generally 6:30-9:30pm) and Saturdays (generally 9am-5pm) for a period of approximately 7 weeks.
TIME:
Classes Generally Meet: Monday and Tuesday Evenings 6-9pm and Saturdays 9am to 5pm.
LOCATION:
Guardian Angel Community Services
168 N. Ottawa Street
Joliet, Illinois 6043​2

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Covers all approved training topics for both Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.  Contact us for more information or to register.

COST:
$250 Deposit *Refunded after successful completion of class and 20-hours of direct volunteer service.

NAME:
Amirrah Abou-Youssef, AMFT, ICDVPP
Guardian Angel Community Services
EMAIL:
training@gacsprograms.org
PHONE:
815-729-0930 Ext. 1429

WEBSITE:
www.gacsprograms.org

20 Hour Domestic Violence Training


DATE(S):
TThe training is offered year round and participants can complete at their own pace.
TIME: Tuesdays from 6-9pm and one required Saturday session (Topic is: Overview of Abusers)  from 8:30am-12:30pm

LOCATION
:

The Crisis Center Address Please call for address
Tinley Park, IL 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
This training is 20 hours online through the Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence and then the remaining 20 hours in person with the Crisis Center. To register for the 20 online, go to https://education.ilcadv.org/CME/Default.aspx .Then contact the Crisis Center to register for the 20 hours in person. The training educates and provides participants with an overview of the complex social dynamics of domestic violence and intervention principles for working with victims and their children. Topics include: foundations and history of domestic violence, ethics, cycle of violence, religion and cultural competency, basis crisis intervention skills, children’s issues, overview of abusers, teen dating violence, legal issues and topics, advocacy, self-care, working with unique populations, and much more! Participant who complete the 40- hour training requirements will receive a certificate of completion. The Crisis Center is an approved training site of the Illinois Certified Domestic Violence Professional Board.
CEU’S:

COST:
$250 paid directly to the Coalition for the 20 hours online and then $125 is the fee to the Crisis Center for the 20 hours in person.


NAME:
Deonne Senese, Volunteer and Training Coordinator
Crisis Center for South Suburbia
EMAIL:
dsenese@crisisctr.org
PHONE: 708-429-7255
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WEBSITE:
www.crisisctr.org

40 Hour Domestic Violence Training


DATE(S):
Trainings are year round and participants can complete at their own pace.
TIME: Tuesdays from 6-9pm and Saturdays from 8:30am-12:30pm. All participants must attend the 6 required Tuesdays and the 6 required Saturdays to fulfill the 40- hour training requirements.
LOCATION
:

Crisis Center for South Suburbia
Please call for Address
Tinley Park, IL 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
This training educates and provides participants with an overview of the complex social dynamics of domestic violence and intervention principles for working with victims and their children. Topics include: foundations and history of domestic violence, ethics, cycle of violence, religion and cultural competency, basis crisis intervention skills, children’s issues, overview of abusers, teen dating violence, legal issues and topics, advocacy, self-care, working with unique populations, and much more! Participant who complete the 40- hour training requirements will receive a certificate of completion. The Crisis Center is an approved training site of the Illinois Certified Domestic Violence Professional Board.
CEU’S:

COST:
$250 per person


NAME:
Deonne Senese, Volunteer and Training Coordinator
Crisis Center for South Suburbia
EMAIL:
dsenese@crisisctr.org
PHONE: 708-429-7255
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WEBSITE:
http://crisisctr.org/

40-Hour Domestic Violence Training


DATE(S):
Offered in January and July each year
TIME:
Noon-5:00 PM
Monday- Friday
LOCATION:
Mid Central Community Action Inc.

1301 West Washington Street
Bloomington, IL

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
This course provides participants with an overview of the complex social dynamics of domestic violence and intervention principles for working with domestic violence victims and their children. Includes all ICDVP required topics for the 40-hour training. Mid Central Community Action-CDV-Neville House is an approved training site of the Illinois Certified Domestic Violence Professionals Board (ICDVP).

CEU’S:


COST:
$150


NAME:
Senna Adjabeng
Mid Central Community Action Inc.
EMAIL:
sennaa@mccainc.org
PHONE: 309-834-9249

WEBSITE:
http://www.mccainc.org/clarion_rocket/programs/countering-domestic-violence/cdv-40-hour-training/

 

40-Hour Domestic Violence Training--

DATES: Four times per year February, May, August and November
TIME: check online
LOCATION:
Prairie State College
202 S. Halsted,
Chicago Heights, IL

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Includes 40-hour training approved topics
CEU’S: Counseling and Social Work CEUs provided

COST:
Varies, group discounts are available

NAME:

EMAIL:
Brianne@ssfs1.org

WEBSITE:
www.ssfs1.org

40-Hour Domestic Violence Training

DATES: check online Every Jan., Mar., May, July, Sept., Nov. during the day;
TIME: check online
Jan-Feb in the evening; Sept.- Oct. in the evening
LOCATION:
Center for Prevention of Abuse
720 W. Joan Ct.
Peoria,IL 61614

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
History and Politics of DV, Dynamics of DV, Direct Service Issues, Special Populations, Effects of DV on Children, Suicide, Safety Planning, Legal Issues, Cultural Competency, Referrals, Self Care
CEU’S:

COST:
Varies, group discounts are available

NAME:
Carol Hennon,   
EMAIL:
chennon@ centerforpreventionofabuse.org
PHONE:

309-698-2874
WEBSITE: