Online Pre-Workshop Presentation
Please scroll through the slides and take the final assessment by noon on January 29, 2021 (linked at the end of the slideshow). The Zoom link for this workshop will only be emailed to participants who have completed the assessment! Please note that not taking the assessment by that time may require you to forfeit your spot as we are limited to 90 participants. The Zoom link for this workshop will be emailed at 1:00pm CST January 29, 2021.
CEUs: You must complete all hours of training to receive .8 CEUs, which will be available after the workshop on February 6, 2021. No partial CEUs will be made available.
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Common ASL Terminology
Abuser or person/woman/man who has perpetrated violence
A person who uses abusive tactics and behaviors to exert power and control over another person with whom the abuser is in an intimate, dating or family relationship.
Resource: “Why Does He Do That?” by Lundy Bancroft
A professional who provides support to people experiencing violence in identifying and accessing resources for safety, justice, and healing.
Rescheduling a court hearing or other event to a later date.
Staying in someone’s home for short or long term. Homeless/houseless.
A time of intense difficulty, trouble, or danger.
Domestic Abuse No Contact Order
Issued by a court against a defendant in a criminal proceeding or a juvenile offender in a delinquency proceeding for domestic abuse, harrassment, stalking, or violations of protective orders.
Resource: Related Minnesota Statute
Unaccompanied youth ages 12 and older (up to age 17, 21, or 24) who are without family support and who are living in shelters, on the streets, in cars or vacant buildings, or who are “coach surfing” or living in other unstable circumstances.
When one person uses threats to cause another person fear and/or coerce them into doing something. Examples include, but are not limited to: facial expressions, actions, gestures, tone of voice/sign, destroying property, abusing pets, displaying weapons.
Using friends, family and social networks to establish and maintain power and control. Examples: limiting or controlling contact with family/friends, disparaging family/friends, managing clothing choices, limiting involvement in social networks or the workplace.
Order For Protection
In Minnesota, a civil order limiting contact between family, intimate partners, or household members.
Unlawful penetrative sexual activity and often sexual intercourse carried out forcibly or under threat of injury against the will of a person, or with a person who is beneath a certain age or incapable of valid consent.
Relationship abuse is a pattern of abusive and coercive behaviors used to maintain power and control over a former or current intimate partner.
Sexual assault is a form of sexual violence, and it includes rape (such as forced vaginal, anal or oral penetration or drug facilitated sexual assault), groping, child sexual abuse, or the torture of the person in a sexual manner.
A person who continues to function or prosper in spite of opposition, hardship, or setbacks. Not always a preferred term by individuals who have experienced violence. If preference is not known, use “person/woman/man who has exeprienced violence.”
Both choking and strangulation refer to a restriction of air (asphyxiation) caused by something other than a disease process, but choking comes from inside the throat and strangulation comes from outside.
Traumatic bonding occurs as the result of ongoing cycles of abuse in which the intermittent reinforcement of reward and punishment creates powerful emotional bonds that are resistant to change.
An approach to service provision that assumes that an individual is more likely than not to have a history of trauma. Recognizes the presence of trauma symptoms and acknowledges the role trauma may play in an individual’s life – including providers.
The intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against oneself, another person, or against a group or community, which either results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death, psychological harm, maldevelopment, or deprivation.