Stalking, Homicide, and Sexual Violence / Healthy Sexuality Continued

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Date(s) - 01/28/2022
8:45 am - 3:00 pm

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Friday, January 28, 2022

9am – 1:30pm: Stalking, Homicide, and Sexual Violence Within an Abusive Relationship with Lisa Smith, MS, DVS

1:30pm – 3pm: Continuation of Healthy Sexuality Presentation with Dr. Stu Leeds

4 Social Work CEUs (non-clinical) and 4 APA CEs are available

Registration Required with the following fees:

  • Member (Individual and agency members): Free
  • Member with 4 CE/CEU credits: $30
  • Non-member: $5
  • Non-member with 4 CE/CEU credits: $45

 

9am – 1:30pm: Stalking, Homicide, and Sexual Violence Within an Abusive Relationship with Lisa Smith, MS, DVS

Training Goals and Objectives

  • Describe societal perception of stalking and why is it’s danger is often minimized.
  • Define stalking and types of sexual violence.
  • Cite the incidence rates of stalking, homicide and sexual violence.
  • Recognize the general profile of stalkers.
  • Recognize the warning signs of potential lethality in abusers.
  • Interpret how incidents of strangulation impacts a victim’s risk.
  • Cite methods of risk reduction for victims of stalking and potential victims of homicide.
  • Recognize the issues relating to the co-occurrence of sexual violence and domestic violence.
  • Extrapolate dynamics of stalking and sexual violence by viewing clips of survivors.
  • Define and describe legal issues relating to sexual violence.

Lisa Smith is the Coordinator for Domestic Violence Services in the Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey in New Brunswick.  She began her work at Rutgers in February 2001 after serving as Director of Outreach Services for the YWCA of Eastern Union County New Jersey, Union County’s lead domestic violence agency.   Lisa has been working in the field of interpersonal violence for over twenty five years, and has conducted many speaking engagements and training sessions on domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, diversity and LGBT issues.  As part of her role at VPVA, Lisa provides direct service to survivors of interpersonal violence and helps to coordinator the Crisis Response Advocate program.  Lisa is also an Instructor for the Rutgers University Graduate School of Social Work and Department of Continuing Education.  She is a former member of the Board of Trustees for the NJ Coalition to End Domestic Violence.  She received her Master’s Degree in Counseling and Student Development from Radford University, and is certified as a Domestic Violence Specialist in the State of New Jersey.

 

1:30pm – 3pm: Continuation of Healthy Sexuality Presentation with Dr. Stu Leeds

At the request of attendees of the 10/15/21 presentation on Healthy Sexuality, Dr. Stu Leeds will continue his discussion of Healthy Sexuality.

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