Training Seminars and Workshops

The Julian Center has extensive experience providing training to inform professionals about effective strategies for working with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.  Julian Center Trainers are knowledgeable in the field and share years of experience working with survivors so you receive the most current information and learn best practices. All Julian Center trainers are excellent communicators who know how to make complex issues understandable. Participants in our training sessions feel safe, connected, valued, and informed. Above all, they feel more empowered and equipped to help survivors.  CEU’s are available.

DV-101
Participants will be introduced to the dynamics of abusive relationships, why victims stay, the impact of trauma, safety planning and community resources to help victims and their children. Free

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The Impact of Domestic Violence on Children and Youth
Exposure to violence in the home has long-term and pervasive impacts on children into adulthood.  Participants will learn how children are affected, the long term impacts and resources for working with children and youth exposed to domestic violence. $20

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Introduction to Trauma Informed Care
The impact of trauma is long-term and pervasive and therefore caregivers, service providers, agencies and institutions must understand trauma and its impacts if we are to be effective in helping survivors to heal and become empowered. $30

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Legal Remedies for Victims

The Julian Center in conjunction with The Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic (The Clinic) and The Center for Victims and Human Rights (CVHR) is pleased to offer a training on Legal Remedies for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. The training shall cover the following: An overview on Victims’ Rights, Protective Orders, Lease Protections and Custody Issues.  This training will be beneficial to all direct service advocates and your work with victims. Free

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