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Dynamics of Domestic Violence


Dynamics of Domestic Violence

 Duration: 1 Day

 MCLEs/CEUs: 5.5 participatory & 1 ethics

Description: This domestic violence training course is necessary to meet the new guidelines of the Civil Practice and Remedies Code Section 154.052(b).  This intense, single-day class focuses on the following core components: Dynamics of Domestic Violence (myths and facts and impact of trauma and its presentations); Child Exposure and Child Welfare (effect of domestic violence on parenting, the intersection of domestic violence and child abuse, and mandatory reporting requirements); Texas Statutory Framework (Tex/Fam presumptions around conservatorship when domestic violence is present, protective orders, reporting laws and procedures, the impact of statutory requirements); and, Practice Guidance (mediation safety plans, ethical reporting requirements, stalking, and anger management).  This training is recognized by the Texas Council on Family Violence and approved by The State Bar of Texas.

Who Should Take These Classes?
Whether you are an experienced lawyer, counselor, teacher, or just looking for a new career, these classes will facilitate learning new and useful skills to resolve conflict, and to successfully conduct mediations/arbitrations.  You will acquire new methods to synthesize information to lead to positive outcomes.

  • Attorneys Counselors and Social Workers
  • Managers and supervisors
  • Executive directors and board members
  • Real Estate Agents
  • Insurance Adjusters
  • Facilitators, trainers and consultants
  • Anyone looking to start a new career or expand their current business

Mediation and Arbitration Training Courses Available:

  1. Basic Mediation Training
  2. Advanced Family Training
  3. Basic Arbitration Training
  4. Elder Care and Adult Mediation Training
  5. Child Protective Service Mediation Training
  6. Cultural Awareness and Sensitivity Training
  7. Domestic Violence Training

You will learn proven ways to be an effective mediator/arbitrator, leaving with powerful skills to help resolve the most difficult conflicts!