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Continuing Ed

Online Training Conference on Abuse and Disabilities!

Office of Victims of CrimeFunded in part by a Grant from the United States Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime (Office of Justice Programs)


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  • Up to 36 units California Bar Association (Lawyers) --Up to 12 units for completion of the 12 approved Webinars, up to an additional 24 units for full participation in the follow-up training activities.
  • Up to 22 units: APA (Psychologists) -- Applies to completion of the live Webinars.
  • Up to 66 units: California Board of Behavioral Sciences (Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists), National Board of Certified Counselors, Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors (for Substance Abuse Counselors.) -- Applies to completion of the 22 webinars, and full participation in all follow-up training activities.
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Additional credits are under review for police officer training.

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This program is co-sponsored by the Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute (FVSAI) Alliant International University of San Diego, CA, and Arc Riverside of California. FVSAI offers continuing education credits for this program in the categories described in this paragraph. FVSAI maintains responsibility for the continuing education program. FVSAI is an approved CE provider by American Psychological Association (for Psychologists); California Board of Behavioral Sciences (for Social Workers & Marriage & Family Therapists); National Board of Certified Counselors (for Certified Counselors); California Board of Registered Nurses (for Registered Nurses); California Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors (for Substance Abuse Counselors); and the State Bar of California (for Attorneys).



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  • check this out!Group rates multiply any community's power to protect victims with disabilities
  • Access 22 one-hour workshops online, with world-class faculty
  • Extensive online resources are provided for each workshop
  • All workshops are archived for later viewing by registrants.
  • All registrants have access to all materials.
  • Membership in private listservs and forums included!
  • Link up with an international network of professionals dedicated to protecting children and adults with disabilities who have been victims of crime



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