Suncoast Mental Health Counselors Association

Batterers' Intervention Program: A Process of Accountability for Batterer's

  • Friday, February 16, 2018
  • 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Troy University, Tampa Campus, 5201 W. Kennedy Blvd., Room 110
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Batterers' Intervention Program: A Process of Accountability for Batterers

Speaker: David Swindall, LMFT, Pinellas County Domestic Violence Task Force (1994 - present), Chair Subcommittee of Providers of Batterers' Intervention Programs

Website: https://davidswindall.com/

3.0 CEUs for Domestic Violence 

The presentation will focus on domestic violence, treatment and abuse, coordinated community response to domestic violence: recognizing signs of domestic violence, the difference between anger management and batterer's intervention program, beliefs and intention of the abuser.

Key Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognizing the Signs of Abusive Behaviors - after completing this module, participants will be able to do the following: define vocabulary related to abuse and help clients recognize abuse in their own experiences * identify the forms of abuse * understand the roles of abuser, target, and bystanders in abuse
  2. Determining if Anger Management or Batterer's Intervention and Prevention Program is appropriate Treatment and Referral - after completing this module, participants will understand the nucleus and benefits of intervention programs on changing abusive behaviors and differences from anger management programs focused on a person's ability to control anger and triggers
  3. Recognizing the Need for a Coordinated Community Response and the Role of MH Clinicians in the Coordinated Community Response to Domestic Violence - after completing this module, participants will understand the need for a coordinated response to domestic violence abuse
  4. Developing an Understanding of Beliefs of Abuser - after completing this module, participants will understand common beliefs, and misconceptions, about abuse * become aware of how beliefs affect our ability to acknowledge and effectively respond to the problem of abuse

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    $15 Member Walk-in 

    $30 Nonmember Walk-in

    $5 Student Walk-in

    Trainings will be at Troy University, Tampa Campus, 5201 W. Kennedy Blvd., Room 110


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