Facilitators Past Trainings
Basic Training for Batterer Intervention Program Providers (PC 1203.098)
This 40-hour course meets the requirements of California PC 1203.098 for facilitators of domestic violence batterer intervention programs. In addition to the required subject matter, participants will learn how to use adult-learning principles and evidence-based interventions to increase client retention and participation. Course includes one set of “Another Way...Choosing to Change”, a 52-week curriculum. This course is available as an online, self-directed study with personal consultation.


Managing Mandated Clients-A Working Model
This 8-hour workshop is for persons in agencies and counseling programs working with mandated clients who are often “RESISTANT” to our best efforts! This can lead to frustration, fatigue and eventually ‘burn-out’!! So many times we learn ‘theories’ of what we should be doing, but unfortunately are not taught how we should be doing it! Attendees at this workshop will learn: 1) Strategies to reduce resistance and increase program retention; 2) Trauma- informed care procedures to improve client compliance and promote recovery/behavioral change; 3) Case management techniques to mediate frustration, fatigue and burn-out!


How Do You Know It’s Working? Principles & Practical Strategies
One of the biggest challenges for batterer intervention programs is the question “does it work”? Many times the answer is reduced to anecdotal, situational examples to “prove” that what we’re doing is working. What if we could answer with solid data that measures cognitive changes in the participants and reoffending rates? What if we could assess batterer risk and typologies and employ appropriate interventions to help them change their abusive behaviors? This 16-hour workshop, for batterer intervention/anger management providers will cover assessing for cognitive change; identifying evidence-informed solutions and measuring program effectiveness. Participants will be able to 1) recognize batterer typologies and employ appropriate evidence-informed interventions to impact their client’s thoughts, feelings and behaviors regarding abuse; distinguish between the “right answer” and true acceptance of personal responsibility; utilize two measurement tools to evaluate program effectiveness; apply adult-learning strategies to enhance group interaction and learning opportunities.




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