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Supporting Survivors of Interpersonal Violence Living with Serious Mental Illness - Presented by the North Carolina Chapter
This presentation seeks to increase social work provider competencies to identify and screen for relationship violence when working with clients living with serious mental illness (SMI), earn strategies to better clinically intervene with survivors of relationship violence living with SMI and gain strategies to empower survivors to understand the dynamics of abuse within their relationship and create safety for themselves within relationships.
1 Domestic Violence
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