Partner violence is a serious, preventable public health concern affecting millions of Americans. According to the Bureau of Justice, intimate partner violence accounted for 30% of female homicides and 5% of male homicides between 2001 and 2005. In addition, data shows a strong correlation between partner abuse and child maltreatment. Researchers indicate that counseling was helpful for most victims.
In this conference, Dr. Ratliff will review the impact of partner violence on adults and children and examine the link between partner violence and child maltreatment. In addition, she will offer suggestions for treatment and counseling recommendations.
This web conference is beginning instructional level and designed to help clinicians:
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Very knowledgeable and experienced. It was also helpful to have a cultural perspective and how culture, background and belief systems can play a role and how to handle that sensitively. - Chloe Lankshear, MEd & EdS
Two CE credits will be provided by GoodTherapy.org for attending this web conference in its entirety.
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I call them shades of violence, because I can’t confirm it, but when someone can just openly embarrass the other person and not think twice about it, that causes emotional disturbance to a victim. - Candy Ratliff, EdD, LPC
If we can start with one family, start with one child, every child who we can help—I tell my students this all the time: For every child that we change or we help change, we touch generations. - Candy Ratliff, EdD, LPC
Dr. Candy Ratliff has more than 20 years of teaching experience in the elementary, secondary, and higher education systems. She serves as an Assistant Professor in counseling and the Assistant Dean for Student Services in the Thomas F. Freeman Honors College at Texas Southern University. Dr. Ratliff was also a Faculty Fellow at The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, and she has been a presenter at Texas Counseling Association's annual conferences on the topics of domestic violence and career counseling. Dr. Ratliff earned her MA in Sociology and a Doctorate degree of Education in Counselor Education from Texas Southern University. For more information on Dr. Candy Ratliff, please visit her here.