Cultural Intersections in LGB & T Communities and Intimate Partner/Domestic Violence
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
- 2:30 PM
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Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and Domestic Violence (DV) are often a result of unequal power in relationships, both real and perceived. IPV & DV can occur between people of different or same genders, races, socio-economic statuses and can also be influenced by cultural factors and values. This highly interactive workshop provides an overview of the prevalence of IPV & DV among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals. The influence of roles and representations of genders, the role of sexual minority stressors and attitudes toward IPV and DV will be discussed along with screening and assessment tools.
This activity meets the requirements for NJ Psychologists professional development in domestic violence.
Behavioral Health, Education, Psychology, Social Work
- Examine assessment and screening tools for Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) that can be used in clinical practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual (LGB), and transgender individuals.
- Discuss preventative strategies and intervention techniques that are culturally responsive for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals.
- Identify strategies for supporting LGB and T individuals when accessing IPV or Domestic Violence (DV) services through the judicial, health, or other systems.
Registration Fee: $125
Registration fee includes the presentation, breakfast & lunch, as well as a CE Certificate for each attendee.
Parking: Free parking is available in the lot just behind the building.
Last Updated: 02/05/19