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The Coalition is hosting three webinars for mental health professionals with clients experiencing or perpetrating domestic violence. Presented by Chris Huffine of Allies in Change, the webinars will address the dynamics of domestic violence, screening, response procedures, and other related topics like suicidal ideation and the differences between anger management and abuse intervention.
Understanding Domestic Violence: Beyond Physical Abuse
April 9, 10-11:30AM, PST
Screening for Domestic Violence by Mental Health Professionals
April 23, 10-11:30AM, PST
Intervening in Domestic Violence for Mental Health Professionals
May 14, 10-11:30AM, PST
Attendance is free of charge. Contact Chloe Massarello, Research and Publications Program Coordinator with any questions.
We are pleased to offer continuing education credit through the Oregon chapter of the National Association of Social Workers for our webinar, Safety and Ethical Considerations for Mental Health Providers Responding to Domestic Violence. The accompanying toolkit provides basic information about domestic violence for mental health professionals, including types of abuse, indicators, screening and risk assessment, safety planning, and connecting with community programs.
It has come to our attention that "Predatory Sex Offender Alert" flyers with the Oregon Coalition's logo have appeared in several public locations in the Portland area. We DID NOT create or distribute this flyer, so we cannot comment on its nature or content.
If you need support or assistance regarding domestic or sexual violence issues, please call the Statewide Crisis Hotline at 1-888-235-5333.
Domestic Violence Counts is an annual census-type survey conducted by The National Network to End Domestic Violence, which measures the scope and magnitude of domestic violence as experienced by survivors and advocates across the country.