September 2nd KDVA will be in Hazard to conduct a training titled Considerations for Women’s Health in Kentucky. The training will be held from 9am-5pm at the LKLP on 398 Roy Campbell Drive. The registration fee is $40 and includes materials and Continuing Education hours (CEUs).
Women who have been in domestic violence situations have experienced possible physical violence, reproductive coercion, endangerment, and emotional distress, amongst other things. These women benefit most from comprehensive treatment, counseling, and support that is complete and unbiased.
The KDVA training aims…
- To provide participants with resources to reproductive health care, motivational interviews, and knowledge of biological and social factors that influence a woman’s health decisions.
- To provide clear steps for how to create, maintain, and support referrals made during counseling.
- To encourage providers/health workers to provide a supportive clinical environment for clients to engage around issues of sexuality, pregnancy, and counseling.
To hear from women who have experienced domestic violence, please watch Black and Blue on this website. Learning to support women in the healing process is worth our time.
Register KDVA TI PH Training 2011.