This presentation will provide opportunities for exploration of a range of emotional responses to typical personal and family situations that may lead couples to get angry and express their responses in harmful and dangerous ways. It will also address ways for individuals to increase their capacity to create positive outcomes in their emotional responses to conflict in their primary relationships. Topics of abuse include verbal, emotional, sexual, physical, bullying, and sex trafficking.
Three Objectives for Continuing Education Credits:
Learn what true identity theft is and how self-worth helps.
Learn the process of domestic violence and how to prevent it.
Learn ways how individuals can increase their capacity to create positive outcomes with healing from abuse.
The topics discussed in this break out session are universal principles but will provide insight to the challenges of violence and abuse in families. This is blended with culturally sensitive ways in which to help victims and abusers overcome the cycle of abuse and violence and the disturbing effects it causes in the lives of families and communities. This break out session will also help parents understand forms of violence and abuse, the use of submission, exploitation, sex trafficking and the process of how hurt and anger become hatred and revenge. The importance of understanding true identity theft, self-worth and moving forward in thought and sight to heal from the trauma of abuse.