Domestic Violence, Coercive Control
and the Traumatic Effects
on Children and Adults
For Family Court Personnel & Attorneys
Also aligns to the education requirements of Colorado House Bill 21-1228
Domestic violence and coercive control have a deep and lasting impact on children, families and communities. This training will explore the dynamics of these events and tactics and the traumatic effects it has on those involved. It will give court personnel and other family service professionals the tools to better understand an individual's trauma and respond to their immediate and future needs.
Domestic violence and other forms of coercive control within family and community systems
Neurobiology of trauma
Traumatic effects on the emotional, physical and mental growth of the survivor
Resiliency factors encouraged through positive, trauma-informed interventions
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Format: Live, online course.
Duration: 6 Hours
Who Should Attend: Ideal for CFI's, GAL's, judges, magistrates, mediators, attorneys and others working in the judicial system with families and children.
Instructor: Jessica Mars, LCSW
Attendees receive a Certificate of Attendance upon completing the course.
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