Molly Thibodeaux, Public Policy Manager, and Hannah Klug, Family Violence Services Coordinator, with Texas Council on Family Violence, will walk advocates through the purpose of a survivor-complaint policy and the dynamics that contribute to survivor-complaints.Register Now
This training is free of cost and will offer 1.5 CEUs for Social Work, LPC and LMFT.
The training will include an overview of the Texas Administrative Code and how complaints are reported, support advocates’ comprehension of the effects of trauma associated with Intimate Partner Violence and evaluate how compassion fatigue, burnout and other organizational dynamics contribute to survivor-complaints.
Michelle Shields, Director of Advocacy with Family Support Services of Amarillo, will join us to explore how she and her team utilize survivors’ feedback to honor their lived experiences and enhance program support, through the implementation of a trauma-informed advocacy approach! She will share about the changes her agency has experienced since participating in TCFV’s ReCentered project, the challenges she and her team have worked through, and how that journey has impacted outcomes regarding survivor feedback.
This training will accommodate language interpretation and translation, including ASL. If you are in need of an accommodation, please send your request to HKlug@TCFV.org by Friday, January 5, 2024. If your request is not received by this date, we will not be able to guarantee the accommodation.