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Training: Addressing and Preventing Intimate Partner Sexual Violence
April 20, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm$52.50
Training description: This workshop addresses sexual assault that is perpetrated within intimate partner relationships (IPSV). We will explore both supporting and advocating for the partner who is victimized, as well as holding accountable the partner who has perpetrated the violence. This workshop also integrates prevention theory and practice into intervention efforts. The content of this workshop is based on a chapter that was recently published in Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence: A Multidisciplinay Approach to Prevention, Recognition and Intervention (Routledge Press 2017). Publication will be available for purchase at this workshop.
The Center for Women and Families is proud to sponsor this workshop by Rus E. Funk, MSW.
Target audience: social workers, therapists, counselors, and other practitioners working with individuals and families affected by intimate partner violence
Level: intermediate to advanced
Learning objectives & outcomes:
a. Participants will have a working definition of coercive control as a framework for understanding intimate partner violence
b. Participants will be able to explain how sexual violence exists within a dynamic of coercive control
c. Participants will be able to convey three key factors that are required for the perpetration of intimate partner sexual violence
d. Participants will locate factors that contribute to the perpetration of IPSV across the social ecology
e. Participants will be able to describe ways to integrate prevention theory and practice into intervention efforts with both women or men who have been victimized, and with men who have perpetrated IPSV.