Intimate Partner Violence & Brain Injury TRAINING
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In 2019, working closely with research partners, The Cridge Centre for the Family began to raise awareness and offer training to related service providers about the connection between intimate partner violence and brain injury.
The Cridge Centre for the Family is preparing to offer a wide range of occupation-specific training opportunities to the many professionals who are likely to encounter women with brain injuries due to intimate partner violence. Training formats are being developed to meet the needs of the targeted professional populations and incorporated, where possible, into the education programs required for certification. In order to strengthen the rationale for targeted services for people with brain injuries due to intimate partner violence, The Cridge Centre for the Family is strategically planning to work with local agencies to begin screening and referring clients for brain injury diagnosis in order to access treatment.
For more information about IPV related BI and The Cridge initiatives, please contact Tori Dach at firstname.lastname@example.org or 778-430-0730
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The Cridge Centre for the Family
1307 Hillside Avenue,
Victoria, B.C. Canada V8T 0A2