This webinar focuses on peer counseling techniques. The movement to end intimate partner violence has a rich history of peer-to-peer support and empowerment-based services, which can be improved upon with the help of social science research. Recent research has highlighted best practices for micro and macro advocacy with survivors of domestic violence. In this presentation, research supported techniques and approaches to peer counseling with be discussed. Survivor-centered interpersonal skills will be emphasized, with strategies for implementation. Self-care planning for addressing occupational stresses when providing peer counseling will be explored.
Meets HHSC Rule Requirement §379.404. cont.
(c) Direct service employees and their supervisors must also receive training on the following:
(3) Peer counseling techniques;
Please note that certificates will be provided only to those individuals who registered and logged into the webinar online.
How To Attend
Join the live program from your office, home, or hotel room using a computer for the web portion
and telephone for the audio portion. You may ask questions, participate in surveys, and post comments
from your computer during the program. You may also invite colleagues to watch the program from a
shared computer or projection screen and speakerphone. Please note that credit (if available) is only provided
to registered attendees participating at their own computer and phone. Simple instructions with a link
to the program will be sent when you register.
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If applicable, you may obtain credit in multiple jurisdictions simultaneously for this program (see pending/approved list below).
Registrants in jurisdictions not listed below will receive a Certificate of Attendance/Completion that may or may
not meet credit requirements in other jurisdictions.
Where applicable, credit will be only awarded to a paid registrant attending the live program at their own computer and phone.
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SeminarWeb and Texas Council on Family Violence programs are non-refundable.