Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes
Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, Psychologist CEs, MFT CEUs
By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
- Explain four types of emotional abuse that a batterer may use.
- Explain six areas of control.
- Explain four "If Only" rationalizations commonly used by battered women.
- Explain three topics of discussion to discover sources of guilt.
- Explain the three areas to help alleviate client guilt regarding her children.
- Explain the three components of Learned Helplessness a battered woman may experience.
- Explain the Power House Three of learned helplessness that results in Failure Expectancy.
- Explain the six building blocks in the battered woman's Pyramid of Self-Hate.
- Explain seven Personal Terrorisms experienced by battered women.
- Explain two types of excessive demands battered women often face in daily life.
- Explain five Illusions or Myths many battered women hold on in order to avoid deeper issues.
- Explain the parts in a five-part inventory of illusions
- Explain how a Pains and Pluses Journal is beneficial
- Explain three steps in Killing Her Dragon that help a battered woman gain her self-esteem.
Manual of Articles
- State the number of children who are severely battered annually.
- Explain how experimental and clinical evidence links explosive rage to disorders
- Explain what 90% of two thirds of population seeking police help reports
- Explain what the batterer faces when others respond to provoking partners differently
- Explain what increases the severity and number of risks a battered woman faces
- Explain the drawback in suggesting counseling
- Explain the criterion used to determine if a batterer program is successful
- Explain the difference between using exclusive rather than inclusive language
- Explain the result of the Bruno case
- Explain what causes stress for the therapist with battered women
- State the number of women suffering real violence each year
- Explain how Haley describes the hierarchy of the family
- State what the statistics of income and family violence show
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, Psychologist CEUs, MFT CEUs