Grand Rounds: Don’t Hit My Mommy

Grand Rounds: Don’t Hit My Mommy is a training that¬†will use a developmental trauma-focused perspective to explain the effects of witnessing intimate partner violence (IPV) on children growing up in these homes.

This training will be facilitated by Alytia Levendosky, PhD: Director of Clinical Training in the Department of Psychology at Michigan State University, and Nicola Bernard a Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology at Michigan State University.

grand rounds

Alytia Levendosky, PHD: Director of Clinical Training at Michigan State University

The training will cover common problems seen in children and adolescents including:

  • Self-regulation,
  • Developing and establishing relationships,
  • And mental health concerns.

 

The discussion of the concern to those who work with families with IPV, such as the issue of staying or leaving a violent partner will be included. Evidence-based practices relevant to social service staff who work with children and adolescents exposed to IPV will be presented to those who attend.

Location:

St. Vincent Catholic Charities Children’s Home (2800 W. Willow St. Lansing, MI)

Cost:

  • $20 for 3 CE Hours
  • $10 if not seeking CE Hours
  • Free for students and STVCC Staff, Volunteers, and Interns

If interested, please RSVP to:

Josh Lown, Volunteer, Outreach, and Training Coordinator
lownjosh@stvcc.org
517-323-4734 ext. 1356

» Back to all events