Gender based violence and Domestic violence isn’t just a “domestic” issue; it doesn’t just happen at home. It affects employers, organizations, organizational culture, schools, community groups, co-workers, family members, friends, and even strangers. Knowing how to navigate gender based violence and intimate partner violence, understanding the trauma brain, supporting the needs of a survivor, and creating a culture that provides safety and dignity is a part of our social responsibility.
Intimate Partner Violence Track
These 1.5 hour workshops emphasize the myriad forms of gender-based violence, including but not limited to: intimate partner violence, physical violence, sexual violence, mental and emotional abuse, verbal abuse, financial abuse, religious abuse, stalking, technology abuse, and abuse targeted toward an individual’s minority identity or status. These workshops reflect how internalized, interpersonal, institutional, and systemic gender based oppression manifests and the implications of gender based oppression.
Contact Taylor Curtis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-762-2408 for a free consultation.
DV Injury Patterns & Healthcare
Domestic Violence Injury Patterns and Survivors in the Healthcare System