Emerge's Counseling Abusers 3-Day Intro Course

  • Wednesday, September 12, 2018
  • 8:00 AM
  • Friday, September 14, 2018
  • 5:30 PM
  • Arlington Unitarian Universalist Church - 630 Massachusetts Ave. Arlington, MA 02476

Who should attend?

This course is intended for anyone working with families affected by domestic violence. This course is especially useful for those who wish to become Intimate Partner Abuse Education Program (IPAEP) group facilitators. Past participants have included IPAEP group leaders, supervisors and administrators, social workers, victim advocates, correctional staff, psychologists, violence prevention educators, substance abuse counselors, healthcare workers, probation and police officers, clergy, military personnel, and program managers. Over the past 6 years, over 1,000 people from 45 states and 15 nations have taken this course.

Participants will learn the Emerge curriculum and how it compares to other models. The training is structured to be highly interactive and includes several participant role plays. This interactive structure allows participants to acquire and practice skills to be used in leading groups. For participants who work with victims and do not intend to lead groups, this training will help to inform them about what happens in abuser education groups. The course meets IPAEP group leader training requirements in Massachusetts and in many other states.

Tuition

Course tuition is $250 for the first person and $175 for each additional person from the same agency. Tuition includes continental breakfast and refreshments, as well as an Emerge program manual.

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