My Account  |  0 item(s)    View Cart
12 Credit Continuing Education Program - PDF FORMAT
12 Credit Continuing Education Program - PDF FORMAT

Innovations in Clinical Practice: Focus on Violence Treatment & Prevention - CE Program (PDF FORMAT) - 12 Credits/Hours

Retail Price:$74.95
Your Savings:$10.00(13%)
***A link to the PDF downloads will be included in a confirmation email when your order is submitted. No materials will be mailed to you.***
Order Code :IFVCEPP

Choose Options

Book & CE Program - PDF FORMAT
CE Program Only (requires access to book) - PDF FORMAT
PLEASE NOTE: This is a PDF version* of this CE program available for download. A link to the downloads 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:

If you would like the book and CE module shipped to you, please click the link:
Innovations in Clinical Practice: Focus on Violence Treatment & Prevention - CE Program (Book & Test)

*CE programs in PDF format are for one-time use only. Once the CE programs are returned,
PRP keeps records of all completions.

***Downloadable PDF versions of these books contain only the material necessary to complete the test. 
For complete contents, you must order the printed copy.***

A 12-credit, 120 question book-based CE program based on book:
Innovations in Clinical Practice: Focus on Violence Treatment & Prevention

Upon successful completion, this program awards 12 CE credits, including 2 documented domestic violence credits and 1 documented ethics credit.

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

Learning Level

Learning Objectives
  • Discuss the developmental consequences of pervasive community violence.
  • Recognize stalking victimization and intimate partner abuse.
  • Summarize the impact of client characteristics and therapist variables when working with battered women.
  • Assess risk of violent youth.
  • Demonstrate prevention and postvention of workplace violence.
  • Explain the importance of settings in understanding school-based bullying.
  • Define maternal filicide.
  • Describe how psychology responds to terrorism.
  • Summarize clinical and ethical issues in the treatment of violent individuals.
Topics for Study
Culturing Violence: The Developmental Consequences of Pervasive Community Violence  Stalking Victimization and Intimate Partner Abuse  The Impact of Client Characteristics and Therapist Variables When Working With Battered Women  Comprehensive Risk Assessment of Violent Youth  Prevention and Postvention of Workplace Violence  The Importance of Settings in Understanding School-Based Bullying  Understanding Maternal Filicide  Psychology Responds to Terrorism  Clinical and Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Potentially Violent Individuals

For information about our approved continuing education sponsorships
and acceptance by state, please click here:
 Continuing Education

Related Items


Recently Viewed Titles