Tag: Intimate Partner Violence

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(Online) Intimate Partner/Domestic Violence Intervention for Mental Health Professionals Certification Program – Day 2 of 2

This two-day program, presented in partnership with New Hope for Women of Rockland, is designed for social workers, substance abuse counselors and other mental health professionals, as well as clergy, police officers and first responders to become certified in intimate partner violence training.

The following topics will be covered during the 12-contact hours of the program: foundations of domestic abuse, addressing the lasting impact of domestic abuse, intervention strategies of domestic abuse and trauma-informed and culturally competent responses to domestic abuse.

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(Online) Intimate Partner/Domestic Violence Intervention for Mental Health Professionals Certification Program – Day 1 of 2

This two-day program, presented in partnership with New Hope for Women of Rockland, is designed for social workers, substance abuse counselors and other mental health professionals, as well as clergy, police officers and first responders to become certified in intimate partner violence training. The following topics will be covered during the 12-contact hours of the […]

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(Online) March 2021 Two-Day Intimate Partner Violence Certification Program

The two-day program, from 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. each day, is designed for social workers, substance abuse counselors and other mental health professionals, as well as clergy, police officers and first responders. The fee is $150 per person; $60 per University of Maine student, with need-based scholarships available. A continental breakfast and catered lunch will be provided each day.

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(Online) March 2021 Two-Day Intimate Partner Violence Certification Program

The two-day program, from 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. each day, is designed for social workers, substance abuse counselors and other mental health professionals, as well as clergy, police officers and first responders. The fee is $150 per person; $60 per University of Maine student, with need-based scholarships available. A continental breakfast and catered lunch will be provided each day.

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(Online) Intimate Partner Violence Certification Program

The two-day program, from 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. each day, is designed for social workers, substance abuse counselors and other mental health professionals, as well as clergy, police officers and first responders. The fee is $150 per person; $60 per University of Maine student, with need-based scholarships available. A continental breakfast and catered lunch will be provided each day.

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hands holding purple awareness ribbon

(Online) Intimate Partner Violence Certification Program

The two-day program, from 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. each day, is designed for social workers, substance abuse counselors and other mental health professionals, as well as clergy, police officers and first responders. The fee is $150 per person; $60 per University of Maine student, with need-based scholarships available. A continental breakfast and catered lunch will be provided each day.

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Intimate Partner Violence Certification Program – March 2020

The two-day program, from 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. each day, is designed for social workers, substance abuse counselors and other mental health professionals, as well as clergy, police officers and first responders. The fee is $150 per person; $60 per University of Maine student, with need-based scholarships available. A continental breakfast and catered lunch will be provided each day.

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Intimate Partner Violence Certification Program – March 2020

The two-day program, from 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. each day, is designed for social workers, substance abuse counselors and other mental health professionals, as well as clergy, police officers and first responders. The fee is $150 per person; $60 per University of Maine student, with need-based scholarships available. A continental breakfast and catered lunch will be provided each day.

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