DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: CREATING AN ETHICAL THERAPEUTIC ENVIRONMENT
Licensed professional counselors and licensed marriage and family therapists in southwest Oklahoma who are seeking continuing education opportunities will be able to earn up to six hours of continuing education credits during “Domestic Violence: Creating An Ethical Therapeutic Environment.” The one-day training session will be presented by the Cameron University Department of Psychology in partnership with Marie Detty Youth & Family Services in the Johnson Auditorium, located in Ross Hall on the south side of the Cameron University campus in Lawton.
As seating is limited, registration is required. Virtual attendance is also available. The cost to attend and earn CEUs is $100. There is no charge for those wishing to attend without earning continuing education credits.
For more information, contact Marie Detty Youth & Family Services at (580) 248-6450.
Numerous professionals have expressed concerns about working with clients who are either actively in a domestic violence relationship or who have a history of domestic violence relationships. Many times, those clients can have many layers of trauma from the relationship, family history, and/or judicial system. This population often lacks a support system due to isolation resulting from the abuse and are unsure about their rights and next steps. Best practice and quality of care are touchstones that professionals can utilize to contribute to a coordinated community response to end violence and abuse.