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Program Learning Objectives:

By the end of the course the participant will be able to:
-Describe an example of gender-role conflict specific to loss of relationship power.
-Explain two forms of psychological abuse that your client may experience in a relationship.
-Identify three ways shame can be used to maintain control in a relationship.
-List three steps in increasing your clients awareness of verbal aggression related to intimate partner violence.
-Explain three techniques regarding the client’s good or bad guy frame of reference.
-List five forms of coercion in an abusive relationship.

Program Narrative/Description: Program content focuses on application of psychological intervention methods that have overall consistent and credible empirical support in the contemporary peer reviewed scientific literature.
This course is designed to present practitioners with example of gender-role conflict specific to loss of power relationship. Two forms of psychological abuse that your client may experience in a relationship. Three ways shame can be used to maintain control in a relationship. Steps in Increasing your clients' awareness of verbal aggression. Forms of coercion in an abusive relationship.