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Domestic Violence Differentiation and Implications for Mediation: A Framework for Understanding Different Levels of Intimate Partner Violence

Instructor

Dawn Kuhlman

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What You Will Learn

"Domestic violence is not the same in every household. Understanding the different types of domestic violence is important in providing maximum safety for the families. Dawn Kuhlman will explore the characteristics of different types of domestic violence, how to establish safety when working with families, and why mediation is still a viable option when domestic abuse is an issue. This training will also describe various models for screening as well as the types of questions which are likely to yield important information regarding domestic abuse and the conflict patterns in the parties' relationships."

This course has been approved in Kansas for 1 CDRE hour and 1 CLE hour. This course has been approved in Missouri for 1.2 CLE hours.


This section is facilitated by an instructor online. Within 2 business days of the class start date, you will receive instructions about how to access the class online.

 

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$39.00

Domestic Violence Differentiation and Implications for Mediation: A Framework for Understanding Different Levels of Intimate Partner Violence

Days:F

Dates: June 24

Times: 12:00PM-1:00PM

Location: Live Online Campus Map

Other Details

Course Code: MEDIATION-422-2

Category: Mediation

Contact Hours: 1.0

Format: Classroom

After registering for this course, you can come back to the catalog to register for more courses.

Need help registering? Please contact us at CERegistration@jccc.edu or call 913-469-2323.