In Little Shoes: Children and Domestic Violence

Written by Amy Smith. Posted in Training - Descriptions and Information

This training will address issues related to children and their response to living in an environment where they are exposed to an abusive person. The training will discuss different types of abuse and how they impact children, ways in which a child can be changed by violence in the home, characteristics of batterers as parents and how coercive control impacts parenting of the victim, myths and facts around child exposure to domestic violence, risk and protective factors, how domestic violence can impact development, safety planning with children, and supporting the resilience of children. The training will also focus on ways in which to support the non-abusive parent and assist in healing parent-child bonds damaged by domestic violence.


5.5 CEU’s for licensed social workers and counselors

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