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1 Credit Domestic Violence CE Program - PDF Format
1 Credit Domestic Violence CE Program - PDF Format

Children Exposed to Domestic Violence - Domestic Violence CE Program (PDF FORMAT) - 1 Credit/Hour

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***A link to the PDF download will be included in a confirmation email when your order is submitted. No materials will be mailed to you.***
Order Code :CDVCEP
PLEASE NOTE: This is a PDF version* of this CE program available for download. A link to the download will be included in an email sent to you once your order is submitted. You will be required to print out the answer sheet, registration, evaluation, and CE Broker forms. The completed forms can be faxed, emailed, or mailed to PRP for scoring.

If you would like to purchase and complete the Online Course, please click the link:
Children Exposed to Domestic Violence - CE Program (Online Course)

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Children Exposed to Domestic Violence - CE Program (self-contained packet)

*CE programs in PDF format are for one-time use only. Once the CE programs are returned and scored,
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Order any two, 1-credit domestic violence CE programs for $25.00
(self-contained packets or PDF Format only).
Click here: DVPAKP (PDF Format)

• Complete monograph-based CE Program (monograph and CE test module)
• PDF Format
• Also available in self-contained packet or as an Online Course

A 1-credit, 10 question monograph-based domestic violence CE program based on the title, Children Exposed to Domestic Violence by Kathryn Kuehnle, PhD, and Lenore E. A. Walker, EdD, ABPP.

Upon successful completion, this program
awards 1 domestic violence credit that can be used to meet Florida's (and other state's) requirement for licensure.

Target Audience
Psychologists | School Psychologists | Marriage & Family Therapists | Mental Health Counselors | Social Workers

Learning Level

Learning Objectives

  • Explain how exposure to domestic violence affects children.
  • Discuss the public health implications of domestic violence.
  • Identify the relationship between domestic violence and child abuse.
  • Present factors in conducting custody evaluations when there are allegations of domestic abuse.
About the Authors
Kathryn Kuehnle, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Florida Mental Health Institute's Department of Mental Health Law and Policy at the University of South Florida.  She is also a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Tampa, Florida, specializing in the evaluation of children alleged to have been sexually abused and in the treatment of children and other victims of family violence.

Lenore E. A. Walker, PhD, ABPP, is a Professor of Psychology in the Center for Psychological Studies at Nova Southeastern University and coordinates their doctoral forensic psychology concentration.  She also teaches in the Criminal Justice Institute and is the Executive Director of the Domestic Violence Institute.  Dr. Walker introduced the concept of Battered Woman Syndrome in assessment and treatment, and pioneered its use in the courts.

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