Join us for a training event on Wednesday, August 3rd as Dr. Catherine Cerulli leads an interactive training on The Intersection of Suicide and Intimate Partner Violence.
Registration Opens: June 30, 2022
Registration Closes: August 3, 2022
TDCJ-CJAD Hours: 2.50 BIPP / 2.00 Family Violence
Registration Fee: $50.00 TCFV Members / $75.00 Non-Members
BUY ONE REGISTRATION GET ONE FREE!! We have created a coupon code that will allow you to register for the one BIPP Education trainings happening this summer for free! Once you pay for one of the summer trainings, you will receive a coupon code in your confirmation email that will allow you to register for free for the other two trainings happening this summer.
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM CDT
Overview of Suicide as a Preventable, Public Health Issue – Dr. Catherine Cerulli
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT
The Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence & Suicide – Dr. Catherine Cerulli
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CDT
Wellness Lunch Break
1:00 PM – 1:45 PM CDT
Use of Screening Tools & Steps to Linkage – Dr. Catherine Cerulli
1:45 PM – 2:30 PM CDT
Breakout Groups: Barriers and Facilitators for Screening, Assessing and Referring
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM CDT
Discussion – Dr. Catherine Cerulli
Catherine Cerulli, JD, PhD, has established a unique, scientifically based career path that seeks to combine legal, public health, and mental health perspectives to enhance the human rights and well-being of people marginalized due to economic, safety, health, and legal concerns. As a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) and the Director of the Laboratory of Interpersonal Violence and Victimization, she has promoted research in diverse criminal justice, community, and health settings, and in 2016 cofound an innovative medical-law program that integrates health, legal, and advocacy services for victims of intimate partner violence (IPV). Dr. Cerulli also directs the UR Susan B. Anthony Center, which focuses on translating science regarding social determinants of health into practices that changes lives. Dr. Cerulli, a licensed attorney, has worked directly with IPV victims since 1983 – as a counselor, advocate, attorney, and researcher. She forges collaborative community studies in partnership with survivors as investigators and advisors, guided by principles of community-based participatory research. Dr. Cerulli has worked in Russia, China, Mongolia, the Greater Mekong region, and most recently, in India. NIH Fogarty International Center, the World Health Organization, and the Fulbright Specialist Program have funded her international portfolio. As a national and international leader and trainer, Dr. Cerulli speaks directly to the need for agencies to ground their service programs in scientifically developed evidence and to rigorously evaluate the real-world impacts of their initiatives.