Mon, Apr 11|
Webinar via Zoom
Intimate Partner Violence 101 Presented by Vanessa Vaughter, LCSW, MDIV
3 CEs will be offered to LPC, SW, LMFT, and Psychologists
Time & Location
Apr 11, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT
Webinar via Zoom
About the Event
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Initimate Partner Violence 101 for Clinicians
3 CE Credits will be offered for LPC, LMFT, SW, and Psychologists
Presented by: Vanessa Vaughter, LCSW, MDIV
Date: April 11th, 2022
Time: 9am - 12pm CDT
Location: Webinar Via Zoom
Cost: Free (This training is supported by Award No. 3012704 by the Texas Office of the Governor and Violence Against Women Act Fund.)
Intimate partner violence is not limited to people of a particular SES, faith, sexual orientation or identity, gender, age, race or any other demographic identifier. Because of the prevalence of IPV, clinicians must be educated to understand the dynamics, identify the markers of victim, survivor and perpetrator, and offer resources and/or appropriate treatment. This workshop will give a high-level overview of these topics and provide an opportunity for clinicians to ask questions, share and gain resources to move towards elimination of IPV in our communities, and break the cycle of intimate partner trauma.
By the conclusion of this webinar clinicians will:
- have an increased awareness of the prevalence of IPV in Texas
- better understand the types and manifestations of IPV
- be able to screen for IPV
- have gained resources to support the survivor
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 late cancellation/no show.
In the event of an emergency situation that causes you to be late or miss the training, email email@example.com.
About Our Speaker:
Vanessa Vaughter, LCSW, MDIV, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a staff psychotherapist at The Center for Integrative Counseling and Psychology, a not for profit where she provides therapy for adolescents and adults, with a specialization in trauma. She earned a B.A. from The University of Texas, Austin, a Masters in Divinity from Duke University, and a Masters of Social Work at UT Arlington. Vanessa served as a pastor in the United Methodist Church and a corporate trainer for Sprint prior to becoming a social worker. As Education Director for Hope’s Door, Vanessa provided dating and intimate partner violence prevention and educational workshops, was keynote speaker for Collin County Council on Family Violence Conferences, and provided trauma therapy for clients. Vanessa then worked as a clinical social worker for Baylor Scott & White Community Care Clinics where she offered therapy for those without insurance. She opened a small private practice, then joined The Center in 2019. She and her husband, Rev. Woody Weilage, attend Wilshire Baptist Church and live in their dream home, a 1910 Arts and Crafts, located just off the Historic McKinney Square.
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