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How to Work Effectively With & For Victims of Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence 101
Mandated Reporting & Domestic Violence
Predictors of & Factors in Violence & Victimization
Who is a “Mandated Reporter” & What are
They Mandated to Report?
Duty to Warn in a Military Environment
When “Reporting” is Actually Just a Breach
of Confidentiality
The Impact of Violence in the Family
Dispelling the Prevailing Myths
Answering the ‘Why?’
The Demographics of Abuse
The Impact of Culture on Families Affected
by Domestic Violence
Military Families
Poverty
Ethnicity
Age
Gender
Elder Abuse
Pregnancy
7:30
8:00
11:30-12:30
3:30
The Rural Dilemma
Relationship Building
Dare to be a Hero
What NOT to Do
How to Avoid Colluding with an Abuser
Dangers to Male Advocates Who Provide
Services to Female Victims
Preparing for Court
Enabling vs. Empowering
Letting Go When the Victim Can’t
Registration, Sign-In, & Course Materials
Course begins
(a.m. and p.m. breaks determined by Ms. Wheeler.)
Lunch (on your own)
Evaluations, Adjournment, & Certificates
At the conclusion of this program, you will have the knowledge required to:
• Describe the impact of family violence on the victim, the perpetrator, and society as a whole.
• Explain how culture, ethnicity, age and gender help to empower the abuser.
• Develop interventions that address the ‘Why’ of abuse that will empower the victim.
• Perform self-assessments to determine your own efficacy, personal biases,
vulnerabilities, and strengths in order to work effectively with victims of domestic violence.
Comprehensive Program Manual Included with Your Registration!
How to Work Effectively With & For Victims of Domestic Violence, designed specifically
for this program by Kerrie Wheeler, will be provided to each registrant.
“Ethical, cultural, boundary, and legal issues must be considered along with assessment,
diagnosis, and treatment interventions. This workshop covers all the bases and does so in
a culturally sensitive manner.”
Judith Kay Nelson, MSW, PhD
“Domestic violence may appear to the clinician as depression, anxiety, panic attacks,
and even substance abuse. This seminar will help the clinician parse out the underlying
etiology that may appear as different clinical presentations.”
Thomas Smith, MS, LMHC
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Kerrie K. Wheeler, MS, LCPC • Linda Shumaker, RN-BC, MA • Judith Kay Nelson, MSW, PhD
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Statistics tell us that 1 in every 4 females will experience some form of violence in their lifetime. They also
tell us that chances are strong the perpetrator of that violence will be someone in their immediate family.
Even though the human services field has known this for almost 20 years, academic curriculums preparing
counselors and social workers still fail to address this issue in a meaningful way. Providing direct services
to families absolutely means encountering domestic violence. Victims may not admit it or even ask for
help, but your involvement in their lives becomes a factor in the dynamics of those relationships. You may
never learn the influence of your role, but it exists, nonetheless. This workshop will help ensure that the
part you play empowers the victims, not the perpetrator. However insignificant your involvement may
seem, at the time, never under estimate the potential impact you might have on an individual. I have
heard hundreds of stories about how a “helper” was an unwitting partner in an abusive situation. But the
ones that inspire me to facilitate this workshop are about the most unlikely of heroes who probably never
realized they saved a life as the result of a single conversation. I invite you to be that hero.
A Personal Message from the Presenter
KERRIE K. WHEELER, MS, LCPC, has graduate degrees in both Human Services and Counseling.
She began her counseling career at a community mental health center where she completed her
supervision requirements for licensure. Intrigued by the challenges of working with traumatized
youth, Ms. Wheeler found a home for her skills and interests as the children’s program director for
a community domestic violence shelter. During her seven year tenure she built a clinical program
and secured funding for several community projects through her grant writing and creative use
of resources. During this time, Ms. Wheeler completed hundreds of continuing education credits
that focused on effective advocacy for victims of domestic violence and the treatment of trauma.
Her expertise in the area of domestic violence has made her a sought after speaker on the subject.
Recent events featuring her presentations have included the 2011 American Counseling Association
National Convention and the Montana Counseling Association annual state conference.
Presenter
The goal of this program is to provide a foundation for professionals to recognize how they
can impact the dynamics of an abusive relationship. Participants will develop an understanding
of how families are affected by culture, age, gender, and poverty. You will learn intervention
techniques as well as tools and strategies for preventing collusion with the abuser and how
to avoid enabling the victim. Although the general principles of abuse will be reviewed, this
workshop assumes attendees have at least a basic understanding of domestic violence, its
victims, perpetrators and implications for children.
Domestic violence affects every segment of our population. The wealthy are not immune, and
the impoverished are not the most affected victims. Every race, creed and cultural ethnicity
experiences abuse. While females are more likely to be victimized by males, this dynamic is
present in intimate relationships between same sex couples as well as in reverse roles where
the female is the aggressor. This workshop will review case studies and explore real life
scenarios with recommended interventions based on current research and best practice
methodology to improve outcomes.
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