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Training/CEU Workshop Calendar

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

Suicide: Signs & Aftermath


DATE(S):
Thurs. Jan. 14, 2021
TIME:
12:00PM to 1:00PM
LOCATION:
GoTo Meeting


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Bridges to a New Day, nfp is offering a series of workshops lasting from 1 hour to 3 hours in a Go to Meeting Format.  We will offer Counselor’s CEU and CDVP CEU for all workshops. We have scheduled the 1 hour workshops at lunch time so you can eat lunch and learn at the same time.  To register go to our website;
CEU’S: 

COST:
$20    

NAME:
Bridges to A New Day
EMAIL:
carolyn@bridgestoanewday.org
WEBSITE:
www.bridgestoanewday.org.

go to the tab for professional training link.

Application form

Pandemic Anxiety:  Surviving the Stress, Fear and Loss of Turbulent Times

 


DATE(S):
February 10, 2021
TIME:
9:00AM. to 12:00PM
LOCATION:
LIVE Webinar


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
The pandemic has brought with it not just fear of infection but significant negative impact on mental health throughout the population, from children through the elderly. Its impact on society and the way therapists interact with clients will reverberate for some time to come. Anxiety has risen in all age groups because of changes in the way we conduct school, work and social life and the limitations on being in community to celebrate or mourn life's passages. Depression too has increased as most of us have dealt with the losses of important disappointments and deaths of loved ones. To add to the difficulty, therapists have had to personally work through the same kinds of issues. We will explore how the pandemic has brought new stressors and how to reduce their impact on mental health.  The speaker  will describe how to deal directly with disappointment to reduce the risk of depression and how to create new rituals to process grief and loss while we are restricted from the kinds of community gatherings we formerly had. 
CEU’S: 3.0 clock hours

COST:
$59 + $9 processing fee   

NAME:
Oakton Community College
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu

PHONE:
847.635.1438

WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted

 

Registration information:

For online registration:  visit www.oakton.edu/conted and select Continuing Education for Health Professionals.

Within 24 hours of the webinar date, you will receive a confirmation and a link to log on to information to participate in a Zoom meeting.   This is a live event and all participants require internet access and an email address.  

Understanding the Grief Process


DATE(S):
Thurs. Jan. 21, 2021
TIME:
1:00PM to 4:00PM
LOCATION:
GoTo Meeting


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Bridges to a New Day, nfp is offering a series of workshops lasting from 1 hour to 3 hours in a Go to Meeting Format.  We will offer Counselor’s CEU and CDVP CEU for all workshops. We have scheduled the 1 hour workshops at lunch time so you can eat lunch and learn at the same time.  To register go to our website.
CEU’S: 

COST:
$40    

NAME:
Bridges to A New Day
EMAIL:
carolyn@bridgestoanewday.org
WEBSITE:
www.bridgestoanewday.org.

go to the tab for professional training link.

Application form

Teaching Parenting Skills


DATE(S):
Thurs. Feb. 4, 2021
TIME:
12:00PM to 1:00PM
LOCATION:
GoTo Meeting


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Bridges to a New Day, nfp is offering a series of workshops lasting from 1 hour to 3 hours in a Go to Meeting Format.  We will offer Counselor’s CEU and CDVP CEU for all workshops. We have scheduled the 1 hour workshops at lunch time so you can eat lunch and learn at the same time.  To register go to our website.
CEU’S: 

COST:
$20    

NAME:
Bridges to A New Day
EMAIL:
carolyn@bridgestoanewday.org
WEBSITE:
www.bridgestoanewday.org.

go to the tab for professional training link.

Application form

Pandemic Anxiety:  Surviving the Stress, Fear and Loss of Turbulent Times


DATE(S):
February 10, 2021
TIME:
9:00AM to 12:00PM
LOCATION:
LIVE Webinar


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
The pandemic has brought with it not just fear of infection but significant negative impact on mental health throughout the population, from children through the elderly. Its impact on society and the way therapists interact with clients will reverberate for some time to come. Anxiety has risen in all age groups because of changes in the way we conduct school, work and social life and the limitations on being in community to celebrate or mourn life's passages. Depression too has increased as most of us have dealt with the losses of important disappointments and deaths of loved ones. To add to the difficulty, therapists have had to personally work through the same kinds of issues. We will explore how the pandemic has brought new stressors and how to reduce their impact on mental health.  The speaker  will describe how to deal directly with disappointment to reduce the risk of depression and how to create new rituals to process grief and loss while we are restricted from the kinds of community gatherings we formerly had. 


CEU’S: 3.0 clock hours

COST:
$59 + $9 processing fee   

NAME:
Oakton Community College
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu

PHONE:
847.635.1438

WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted

 

Registration information:

For online registration:  visit www.oakton.edu/conted and select Continuing Education for Health Professionals.

Within 24 hours of the webinar date, you will receive a confirmation and a link to log on to information to participate in the Zoom meeting.   This is a live event and all participants require internet access and an email address.  

 

Developing a Strategic Plan


DATE(S):
Thurs. Feb. 11, 2021
TIME:
12:00PM to 1:00PM
LOCATION:
GoTo Meeting


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Bridges to a New Day, nfp is offering a series of workshops lasting from 1 hour to 3 hours in a Go to Meeting Format.  We will offer Counselor’s CEU and CDVP CEU for all workshops. We have scheduled the 1 hour workshops at lunch time so you can eat lunch and learn at the same time.  To register go to our website.
CEU’S: 

COST:
$20    

NAME:
Bridges to A New Day
EMAIL:
carolyn@bridgestoanewday.org
WEBSITE:
www.bridgestoanewday.org.

go to the tab for professional training link.

Application form

Parenting in the Cannabis Culture:  Tools to Help Families Cope with Adolescent Substance Use & Addictive Disorders 


DATE(S):
February 19, 2021
TIME:
9:00AM to 12:00PM
LOCATION:
LIVE Webinar


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Adolescents may benefit from an educational intervention before their use of substances rises to the level of a substance use disorder. This workshop will identify the risks posed by adolescent use of substances, particularly marijuana. It will offer strategies to help parents discuss the issue with their teens and set appropriate boundaries. When treatment of adolescents for substance use disorders is warranted, it must take into account the developmental stage of adolescence and the nature of the family dynamic. This workshop will provide counselors with tools to engage the family members of adolescents in treatment for substance use disorders and thereby support the recovery of the primary client, the members of his or her family, and the family unit, as a whole.
CEU’S: 3.0 clock hours

COST:
$59 + $9 processing fee   

NAME:
Oakton Community College
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu

PHONE:
847.635.1438

WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted

 

Registration information:

For online registration:  visit www.oakton.edu/conted and select Continuing Education for Health Professionals.

Within 24 hours of the webinar date, you will receive a confirmation and a link to log on to information to participate in a  Zoom meeting.   This is a live event and all participants require internet access and an email address.  

 

Bullying 101


DATE(S):
Thurs. Feb. 25, 2021
TIME:
12:00PM to 1:00PM
LOCATION:
GoTo Meeting


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Bridges to a New Day, nfp is offering a series of workshops lasting from 1 hour to 3 hours in a Go to Meeting Format.  We will offer Counselor’s CEU and CDVP CEU for all workshops. We have scheduled the 1 hour workshops at lunch time so you can eat lunch and learn at the same time.  To register go to our website.
CEU’S: 

COST:
$20    

NAME:
Bridges to A New Day
EMAIL:
carolyn@bridgestoanewday.org
WEBSITE:
www.bridgestoanewday.org.

go to the tab for professional training link.

Application form

Presentation 101


DATE(S):
Thurs. Mar. 4, 2021
TIME:
12:00PM to 1:00PM
LOCATION:
GoTo Meeting


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Bridges to a New Day, nfp is offering a series of workshops lasting from 1 hour to 3 hours in a Go to Meeting Format.  We will offer Counselor’s CEU and CDVP CEU for all workshops. We have scheduled the 1 hour workshops at lunch time so you can eat lunch and learn at the same time.  To register go to our website;
CEU’S: 

COST:
$20    

NAME:
Bridges to A New Day
EMAIL:
carolyn@bridgestoanewday.org
WEBSITE:
www.bridgestoanewday.org.

go to the tab for professional training link.

Application form

A Quick Guide to Brief Therapy of Personality Disorders


DATE(S):
March 5, 2021
TIME:
9:00AM. to 12:00PM
LOCATION:
LIVE Webinar


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Personality disorders are difficult to treat.  This webinar will offer a focused description of what personality disorders are and how to rapidly intervene in their patterns.  Emphasis will be placed upon rapid assessment and linking presenting problems to core schemas in the cognitive styles of the clients.  Participant will learn how to assess cognitive styles and how to tie them to presenting problems.   In addition, how early recollections can be used to assess style will be discussed.
CEU’S: 3.0 clock hours

COST:
$59 + $9 processing fee   

NAME:
Oakton Community College
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu

PHONE:
847.635.1438
WEBSITE:

www.oakton.edu/conted

 

Registration information:

For online registration:  visit www.oakton.edu/conted and select Continuing Education for Health Professionals.

Within 24 hours of the webinar date, you will receive a confirmation and a link to log on to information to participate in a Zoom meeting.   This is a live event and all participants require internet access and an email address.  

 

Understanding Culture Through Film 


DATE(S):
March 8, 2021 to April 11, 2021
TIME:
ONLINE
LOCATION:
LIVE and D2L Webinar


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Examine the films within a cultural framework to enhance awareness and knowledge of other cultures—two essential components of cultural competence. Watch the films CrashThe Joy Luck ClubBend it Like Beckham, and Real Women Have Curves. This is an online D2L course which is accessed through d2l.oakton.edu. Participants watch films independently and then participate in an asynchronous online discussion board. Course satisfies the IDFPR cultural competence
CEU’S: 15 clock hours 

COST:
$139+ $9 processing fee 

NAME:
Oakton Community College
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu

PHONE:
847.635.1438

WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted

 

Registration information:

For online registration:  visit www.oakton.edu/conted and select Continuing Education for Health Professionals.

Within 24 hours of the webinar date, you will receive a confirmation and a link to log on to information to participate in the Zoom meeting.   This is a live event and all participants require internet access and an email address.  

 

WHEN CLERGY HARM 


DATE(S):
March 11, 2021
TIME:
ONLINE
LOCATION:
LIVE and D2L Webinar


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Clergy have been abusing vulnerable children, women and men for decades. Public awareness of the sheer numbers of abused and abusers have increased. This brings clients forward who continue to live with symptoms directly related to the abuse. Other clients have relapsed into their symptoms as they have come to understand how little Church leadership seems to have done to prevent further predatory behavior. Many of the abused report lives that have been devastated by the abuse and seem unable to integrate the abuse and their own resilience into their understanding of themselves and they are "stuck." Many clinicians, unaware of discreet injuries that are activated, shift therapeutic work from depth to support thus accidentally exacerbating client symptoms. 
CEU’S: 15 clock hours 

COST:
$59 + $9 processing fee

NAME:
Oakton Community College
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu

PHONE:
847.635.1438

WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted

 

Registration information:

For online registration:  visit www.oakton.edu/conted and select Continuing Education for Health Professionals.

Within 24 hours of the webinar date, you will receive a confirmation and a link to log on to information to participate in the Zoom meeting.   This is a live event and all participants require internet access and an email address.  

 

Integrating Spirituality and Therapy:  Ethical and Cultural Considerations 


DATE(S):
March 21, 2021
TIME:
ONLINE
LOCATION:
LIVE WEBINAR


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Two-thirds of Americans surveyed say they would prefer to work with a therapist who respects their spiritual path and has a spiritual foundation. This skill-building presentation focuses on strategies to integrate spirituality and psychotherapy.  A partial list of topics includes: The Differences between Religion and Spirituality; religious abuse and religious addiction; Clinical models which integrate the spiritual dimension; Ethics and Spirituality; when spiritual interventions are contraindicated; Conducting a Spiritual Assessment; Issues of culture and Spirituality. Helping clients deal with spiritual bankruptcy; Special emphasis will be placed upon working with clients with histories of trauma, addiction and mental illness.  Can be applied to the IDFPR ethics or cultural requirement for social workers and psychologists.
CEU’S: 15 clock hours 

COST:
$59 + $9 processing fee

NAME:
Oakton Community College
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu

PHONE:
847.635.1438

WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted

 

Registration information:

For online registration:  visit www.oakton.edu/conted and select Continuing Education for Health Professionals.

Within 24 hours of the webinar date, you will receive a confirmation and a link to log on to information to participate in the Zoom meeting.   This is a live event and all participants require internet access and an email address.  

 

BEST PRACTICES IN TELEHEALTH TECHNOLOGY 


DATE(S):
MARCH 26, 2021
TIME:
ONLINE
LOCATION:
LIVE WEBINAR


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
COVID-19 has resulted in many more mental health professional utilizing Telehealth. Telehealth includes the use of any information technology to deliver services (PC, laptop, tablets, cell phones, storage modalities, etc.). Practitioners do not need to be doing distance therapy to be involved in telehealth. Any use of electronically mediated devices for communicating, receiving or storing clinical information is practicing telehealth. This includes emails, texts, online scheduling or intake, use of social media sites and arrangements with business associates for billing or other purposes.  Best practices in telehealth require clinicians to be aware of a new range of clinical, legal and ethical considerations. Telehealth competence requires all the skills necessary for effective in person treatment along with an additional expertise. This training will address critical issues including confidentiality, informed consent, HIPAA standards, licensing requirements and social media policy.  Whether you are able to choose your own mediums of communication or need to utilize an employer’s, all mental health providers need to this knowledge to protect clients, agencies and themselves.  Satisfies the IDFPR ethics requirement for social workers
CEU’S: 3.0 clock hours

COST:
$59 + $9 processing fee   

NAME:
Oakton Community College
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu

PHONE:
847.635.1438

WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted

 

Registration information:

For online registration:  visit www.oakton.edu/conted and select Continuing Education for Health Professionals.

Within 24 hours of the webinar date, you will receive a confirmation and a link to log on to information to participate in the Zoom meeting.   This is a live event and all participants require internet access and an email address.  

 

The Ethics of Caregiving in an Increasingly Complex Healthcare    System. 


DATE(S):
April 9, 2021
TIME:
ONLINE
LOCATION:
LIVE WEBINAR


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
 Approximately one in three families in the U.S. cares for an aging, disabled or chronically ill family member. The percentage of families caring for a loved one is expected to increase dramatically over the next decade due to many anticipated changes in our healthcare system and federal entitlement programs. The ethics surrounding caregiving challenges some of our deepest beliefs about family, the sanctity of life, dignity of personhood, and death. This workshop takes a close look at some of the most important ethical issues related to caregiving from the perspective of family members and professionals caring for these individuals. Special emphasis will be made to apply the discussion of ethical concerns in the workshop to practical caregiving topics through case studies and personal exploration of participant’s values.  Satisfies the IDFPR ethics requirement for social workers and psychologists.
CEU’S: 3.0 clock hours

COST:
$59 + $9 processing fee   

NAME:
Oakton Community College
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu

PHONE:
847.635.1438

WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted

 

Registration information:

For online registration:  visit www.oakton.edu/conted and select Continuing Education for Health Professionals.

Within 24 hours of the webinar date, you will receive a confirmation and a link to log on to information to participate in the Zoom meeting   This is a live event and all participants require internet access and an email address.  

 

Integrating Spirituality and Therapy:  Ethical and Cultural Considerations

 


DATE(S):
April 21, 2021
TIME:
ONLINE.
LOCATION:
LIVE WEBINAR


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Two-thirds of Americans surveyed say they would prefer to work with a therapist who respects their spiritual path and has a spiritual foundation. This skill-building presentation focuses on strategies to integrate spirituality and psychotherapy.  A partial list of topics includes: The Differences between Religion and Spirituality; religious abuse and religious addiction; Clinical models which integrate the spiritual dimension; Ethics and Spirituality; when spiritual interventions are contraindicated; Conducting a Spiritual Assessment; Issues of culture and Spirituality. Helping clients deal with spiritual bankruptcy; Special emphasis will be placed upon working with clients with histories of trauma, addiction and mental illness.  Can be applied to the IDFPR ethics or cultural requirement for social workers and psychologists.
CEU’S: 3.0 clock hours

COST:
$59 + $9 processing fee   

NAME:
Oakton Community College
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu

PHONE:
847.635.1438

WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted

 

Registration information:

For online registration:  visit www.oakton.edu/conted and select Continuing Education for Health Professionals.

Within 24 hours of the webinar date, you will receive a confirmation and a link to log on to information to participate in a Zoom meeting.   This is a live event and all participants require internet access and an email address.  

What Drug is my Client Using?

 


DATE(S):
May 7, 2021
TIME:
ONLINE.
LOCATION:
LIVE WEBINAR


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Recognizing and documenting the physical symptoms of client substance abuse has become more challenging as many new drugs of abuse are not detectable on a standard urine drug screening test.  Whether the substance is an exotic designer synthetic narcotic drug such as Metoniazene, a counterfeit prescription drug such as Metizolam, or an over the counter drug such as Benadryl, all intoxicating drugs produce physical symptoms when consumed at abusive levels.  Counselors, therapists, and other licensed professionals should be alert to the signs that a client has relapsed with a substance that is not easily detected in urine drug screening tests.  This live webinar will provide attendees with the observational skills to recognize and document unique eye clues and matching physical clues displayed by persons under the influence. The new guidelines promulgated under the Illinois recreational cannabis law for workplace cannabis use investigations will also be discussed.
CEU’S: 3.0 clock hours

COST:
$59 + $9 processing fee   

NAME:
Oakton Community College
EMAIL:
cehp@oakton.edu

PHONE:
847.635.1438

WEBSITE:
www.oakton.edu/conted

 

Registration information:

For online registration:  visit www.oakton.edu/conted and select Continuing Education for Health Professionals.

Within 24 hours of the webinar date, you will receive a confirmation and a link to log on to information to participate in the Zoom meeting.   This is a live event and all participants require internet access and an email address.  

PAIP 20 Hour Facilitator

 


DATE(S):
May 12-14, 2021
8:30AM-5:00PM
October 13-15, 2021
8:30AM-5:00PM
LOCATION:
Center for Prevention of Abuse
720 Joan Ct
Peoria, IL


BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
Participants can expect to learn best practices in co-facilitation, intervention models and group dynamics for facilitating adult male intimate partner violence programs. CFPA is recognized as a DHS and ICDVP training site.
CEU’S: 20

COST:
$150   

NAME:
Carol Hennon
Center for Prevention of Abuse
EMAIL:
chennon@centerforpreventionofabuse.org

PHONE:
309-698-2874

WEBSITE:
www.centerforpreventionofabuse.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:
Uzma Hussaini
Community Crisis Center in Elgin
EMAIL:
uhussaini@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:
Erica Pharr
Guardian Angel Community Services
EMAIL:
epharr@gacsprograms.org
PHONE:
815-729-1228

WEBSITE:
www.gacsprograms.org

Note: Classes may be suspended at this time due to COVID, please call for the most current information.

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:
Sol Ennis-Klyczek, Volunteer and Training Coordinator
Crisis Center for South Suburbia
EMAIL:
education@crisisctr.org
PHONE: 708-429-7233
x135
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:
Michell Cervantes
Mid Central Community Action Inc.
EMAIL:
michellc@mccain.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:
Jan. 11, Mar. 15, June 7, Aug. 16 and Nov. 8.  The evening training is Jan. 19-Mar. 18
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: