Presented by: Julie L. Williams, MSEd, LMHC
1 CE Hours: FL Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling
Provider Number: 50-20291
This course defines intimate partner abuse and relationship violence, identifies and explains the power and control tactics used in domestic violence, explores the batterer attitudes and effects of abuse on all affected parties, and reviews the prevalence of domestic violence. Additionally, treatment goals and interventions are practiced through discussion of case scenarios, as well as a review of relevant local and online resources pertaining to domestic violence.
Define intimate partner abuse and relationship violence
Differentiate between DV and Anger Management
Identify and explain power and control tactics used in DV
Identify and assess Batterer Attitudes
Understand the effects of DV on batterers, victims, and children
Understand the prevalence and incidence of relationship abuse/violence
Develop individualized treatment goals for batterers and victims
Become familiar with local and online resources for DV batterers and victims
About the Presenter
Julie L. Williams, MSEd, LMHC evaluates and treats individuals who perpetrate and are victims of intimate partner violence within domestic violence relationships. She has extensive presentation and has research interests regarding the assessment and treatment for perpetrators of sex trafficking. Julie is the co-owner of Thrive Counseling & Consultation, LLC where she provides individual and couples counseling as well as clinical supervision and consultation in the Tampa Bay Area.
At the conclusion of the course, you will receive an email link to complete an evaluation to receive CE credit. CE's are reported through CE Broker within 24 hours of the receipt of your evaluation form. If you have difficulty accessing this form or further questions/concerns, please contact us.