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Utilizing Cultural Humility to Understand LGBTQ+ Intimate Partner Violence

Presented by Julian Rangel, One Safe Place 2 CEs will be offered to LPC, SW, LMFT, and Psychologists - NBCC Approved

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Utilizing Cultural Humility to Understand LGBTQ+ Intimate Partner Violence
Utilizing Cultural Humility to Understand LGBTQ+ Intimate Partner Violence

Time & Location

Feb 14, 2024, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM CST

Webinar via Zoom

About the Event

"Utilizing Cultural Humility to Understand LGBTQ+ Intimate Partner Violence"

2 CE Credits will be offered for LPC, LMFT, SW, and Psychologists - NBCC Approved

Presented by: Julian Rangel

Date: February 14th, 2024

Time: 11:30am - 1:30pm CST

Location: Webinar Via Zoom

Cost: Free (This training is supported by Award No. 3012706 by the Texas Office of the Governor and Violence Against Women Act Fund.)

LGBTQ+ individuals experience intimate partner violence (IPV) at rates higher than cisgender, heterosexual individuals. This presentation will utilize the cultural humility framework as we cover LGBTQ+ language and terminology as well as gender roles and how they affect IPV services. Using this knowledge, we’ll come to understand how LGBTQ+ IPV is unique and not so unique when compared to cisgender, heterosexual relationships. This presentation will provide advocates, law enforcement, clinicians, and other professionals the tools they need to support LGBTQ+ individuals, especially those who are experiencing intimate partner violence.

Learning Objectives:

Upon conclusion of this workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Understand what cultural humility is and the three pillars that form the framework.
  • Understand LGBTQ+ terminology, issues, and words to avoid.
  • Understand and identify how gender and gender roles affect IPV services and help-seeking behaviors of LGBTQ+ individuals.
  • Understand how IPV affects the LGBTQ+ community and identify differences in experience compared to cisgender, heterosexual individuals.
  • Identify basic and actionable strategies to be an advocate for LGBTQ+ individuals who may be experiencing intimate partner violence.

If you register for this training, you must attend for the entire training.

*Partial CEs will not be provided.*

Leaving the training early will count as a No Show.

In the event of an emergency that causes you to be late or miss the training, email

About Our Speaker:

Julian Rangel, MPH, BSN, RN, CPH - One Safe Place EHE Coordinator

Julian is a DFW native, born & raised. He graduated from University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) in 2018 with a Bachelor's in Biology and minor in Political Science. In 2020, he graduated from UNT Health Science Center (UNTHSC) with a Master's in Public Health. In 2023, he graduated from UTA with a Bachelor’s in Nursing and officially became a licensed registered nurse in June 2023. During his time at UNTHSC, he interned at One Safe Place working to increase LGBTQ+ outreach at One Safe Place. He continues to do so today as a staff member of One Safe Place in addition to advancing knowledge on the intersection of HIV and IPV. Julian works full time as a registered nurse at Cenikor Dallas where he works with individuals who are in recovery from substance use disorders. Julian’s life passion is advancing public health. Julian enjoys work in many fields including healthcare policy, injury & violence prevention, sexual health, substance use recovery, oncology nursing, and hospice nursing. 

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*All events are subject to cancellation*


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    Utilizing Cultural Humility to Understand LGBTQ+ Intimate Partner Violence


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