BIPP Ed Series: Religion, Power and Intimate Partner Violence     $25.00
April 19, 2018 (Thu)  10:00 AM  US/Central

This webinar will include techniques for working with men who use faith as a rationale for their abuse. In addition, we will discuss the use of faith to build bridges of understanding within the group itself. The presenter, Alyce LaViolette, has done work with Christian, Jewish and Muslim perpetrators of domestic violence and case studies will be discussed. Alyce has worked with survivors of abuse since 1978, first at WomenShelter of Long Beach and then in private practice. She founded one of the first programs in the country to work with perpetrators of intimate violence in 1979. Alyce speaks nationally and internationally and has worked through the Speaker's Bureau of the U.S. Department of State. She has co-authored one of Sage Publication's best-selling books, "It Could Happen to Anyone: Why Battered Women Stay".

Webinar length: 1.5 hours
CEU hours: 1.5 CJAD BIPP | 1.5 SW, LPC, LMFT

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