This educational course is based on the CDCs: Training Professionals in the Primary Prevention of Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence publication. Prevalence of intimate and sexual violence has linkage to substance use. In this training participant will learn how to develop, implement, and evaluate a training process, taking into account your available level of resources – by turning awareness and knowledge into mastered skills and practices to prevent sexual or intimate partner violence. It is intended for use by state-level entities providing training to community based organizations (CBOs) or to other state- level entities as well as for CBOs providing training within their own organizations or to other professionals in their communities. This education covers the Treatment Planning skill of the Eight Counselor Skill Groups ascribed by NAADAC and NCC AP.
- Demonstrate knowledge of definitions of sexual violence and intimate partner violence;
- Assess the role of communicate partnerships in planning prevention programs for sexual and intimate partner violence;
- Demonstrate knowledge of risk factors for sexual and intimate partner violence
- Identify strategies for training with cultural competence;
- Undestand the role of supervision for staff in prevention of sexual and intimate partner violence.
Fisher D, Lang KS, Wheaton J. Training Professionals in the Primary Prevention of Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence: A Planning Guide.
Atlanta (GA): Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 2010.
Exam written by: Tamika Lett, PhD Human Services, NCAC II, CSAC, CCTP, QMHP A/C
Training Professionals in the Primary Prevention of Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence
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