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This webinar for #DVAM2015, hosted by the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence and presented by Kate McCord of the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance, was intended for white aspiring allies interested in deepening their understanding of the connections between racial justice work and our work to end domestic and sexual violence.

This webinar for #DVAM2015, hosted by the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence and presented by Kate McCord of the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance, was intended for white aspiring allies interested in deepening their understanding of the connections between racial justice work and our work to end domestic and sexual violence.

#domesticviolence #dvam Call the ACTS domestic violence crisis line at 703-221-4951. Support Action in Community Through Service... https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/1426967

Wheel highlights the long-term effects of various types of abuse on children. If we can't keep our disagreements civil and constructive, we must keep them away from our children!

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Are you wondering if your relationship might be Consider making a safety plan. This infographic can help you through the planning process: good for helping people leave abusive relationships.have a plan

Writing Resource - PTSD infographic

INFOGRAPHIC: What You Need To Know About PTSD

Research indicates early intervention after a traumatic event can reduce the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This “What is PTSD?” infographic from the USC School of Social Work o…

traumasocialworker:  When working with survivors of sexual or domestic violence, especially teenagers, they can be very slow to open up. Many survivors are understandably weary about trusting people. When working with survivors of sexual violence, many of them will say they do not like to think about or talk about what has happened to them. This leaves many counselors wondering how they can approach the subject. I tell all my clients that they do not have to tell me any details they don’t…

traumasocialworker: “ When working with survivors of sexual or domestic violence, especially teenagers, they can be very slow to open up. Many survivors are understandably weary about trusting people.

How domestics violence impacts children

Think about how deep the effects of domestic violence reach, how it effects the whole family, how it changes lives forever

Great page with a number of PRINTABLE abuse wheels regarding domestic violence, teen dating violence, child abuse wheels, etc

The Duluth Model - Power and Control Wheel and other wheels developed by the Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs (DAIP)

Experience Matters: Inspiration from the 2012 TLC Childhood Trauma Practitioner's Assembly

Experience Matters: Inspiration from the 2012 TLC Childhood Trauma Practitioner’s Assembly

Experience Matters: Inspiration from the 2012 TLC Childhood Trauma Practitioner’s Assembly « creativity in motion

Counselling Skills for Working with Trauma. This book is a practical, introductory guide to counselling survivors of child abuse, neglect, rape, sexual violence, sexual trafficking, religious sexual abuse, and domestic abuse.

Counselling skills for working with trauma : healing from child sexual abuse, sexual violence and domestic abuse (Book, [NorQuest Library]

Great curriculum for teenagers who are angry....might need to tweek it for individual sessions, as this is geared for group anger therapy.

Curriculum for Teens who are violent. Geared for group anger therapy - Great visual for Mutual Respect and Also another one on Abuse of Family Members

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