Recognizing and Responding to Intimate Partner ViolenceFree Self-Paced Learning Course
Recognizing the signs of intimate partner violence (IPV) goes beyond identifying bruises or waiting for someone to show up in the emergency room. It’s not a single moment in time, but a pattern of actions that compound.
About 1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men report having experienced severe physical violence from an intimate partner in their lifetime.¹ Victims span all socioeconomic and education levels, racial demographics, genders and age groups.
To recognize and respond to IPV, it’s vital to understand the types of abuse, ways power and control are used to perpetuate it, and how IPV and sexual violence intersect.
During this free self-paced learning course, you’ll learn you’ll learn how to:
- Identify essential elements of intimate partner violence
- Respond and help victims experiencing intimate partner sexual violence
- Recognize ways society impacts our views on violence against women
- Determine appropriate responses to victims of intimate partner violence
Interested in receiving CEUs?
The “Recognizing and Responding to Intimate Partner Violence” self-paced learning course is free for all attendees. All participants who complete this course have the option to receive two Category II Social Work continuing education units. You can request to receive CEUs after you register for the course. The cost is an administrative fee of $20.00.
Sponsored by Comcast.
¹Center for Disease Control, National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey