October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time when agencies and businesses around the globe come together to raise awareness and provide essential services for survivors of domestic violence.
We’ve partnered with the Willow Domestic Violence Center to provide advanced training and support to organizations on select topics outlined below in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Each online program is 2 hours long and costs US$1,000 for any number of individuals in your company (there are no maximum attendees). Additionally, 50% of all course proceeds will go towards Willow Domestic Violence Center’s mission of preventing domestic violence and supporting survivors. The training date will be scheduled at your convenience.
Preventing Intimate Partner Violence in the Workplace and Educational Environments
A brief overview of domestic violence (DV) and intimate partner violence (IPV) while integrating threat assessment and prevention strategies into your workplace. Learn how DP/IPV affects our communities.
Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence and Healthcare
An examination of DV/IPV threat assessment and prevention integration strategies within a healthcare facility. The curriculum includes tips on responding to survivors and processes to support patients beyond the exam room.
6 Principles to Applying a Trauma-Informed Approach to Traumatic Life Events
Learn how to apply a trauma-informed approach to threat assessment information gathering when addressing victims and individuals with multiple traumatic events. Understand the six principles of a trauma-informed approach as well as the 3 E’s of trauma.
5 Key Considerations to Maintain a Safe Work Environment
Cultivate a safe work environment and enhance your ability to recognize, address and support employees affected by DV/IPV. Understand the attitudes that enable DV/IPV while discerning the dynamics of targeted and lethal violence.
Threat Assessment & Management Special Cases: Stalking, Domestic & Intimate Partner Violence – A Global Perspective
Review proper threat assessment, management, and intervention in cases of DV/IPV within a global spectrum. Understand the dynamics associated with stalking, hostile work environments, and sexually predatory behaviors from a global perspective while defining the issues related to assessing and managing DV/IPV cases around the globe.
Mark Concordia, CTM, MS
AT-RISK International, Inc
Mark Concordia is a Training Manager for AT-RISK International and a Certified Threat Manager (CTM) through the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP). He holds over 20 years of experience in law enforcement with more than a 15-year specialty in targeted violence investigations.
Director of Prevention Education
Willow Domestic Violence Center
Lisa Nolan is the Director of Education & Training at the Willow Domestic Violence Center. She spent 14 years adjudicating behavioral issues and policy violations in higher education and carries a deep understanding of how trauma impacts individuals and the broader community.
US$1,000 (US$500 donated to the Willow Domestic Violence Center)
At your discretion
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