Casa de la Familia will offer a 40 Hour Domestic Violence Counselor Certification at the
CRIME SURVIVORS in Orange County.
Facilitated by Patricia Wenskunas, CEO & Founder, CRIME SURVIVORS.
DAYS: July 12, 13, 14 (8am-5pm), July 20, 21 (8am-5pm)
REGISTER TODAY: (CLICK HERE)
History of domestic violence
Dynamics of domestic violence
Cultural aspects of domestic violence
Effect on children
Domestic violence towards people with disabilities
Interpersonal violence in the LGBTQ+ community
Profile of the aggressor
Trauma and mental health
Psychological therapies / support groups
Domestic violence and immigration
Civil and criminal laws related to domestic violence
Attitudes of society and revictimization
Public assistance and other community and financial resources
At the end of the 40-hour training, the participants will receive a certificate of completion.
This training course meets the requirements under California Code 1037.1 as a domestic violence counselor.
REGISTER ONLINE TODAY: (CLICK HERE)
Domestic violence can have severe effects on the victim and his family. The victim of violence can develop emotional problems, usually anxiety or depression, trouble sleeping or nightmares, and even feelings of guilt, frustration, and anger. Casa de la Familia is dedicated to helping these victims, as well as their families. Our team works closely with the community and other mental health professionals to ensure that victims of domestic violence have access to available services.
*Please note: Lunch is not included in registration fees.