Trauma Informed Care Resources
Addiction Recovery and Intimate Violence (ARIV) Online Course
About the Course:
This 5-hour self-paced course is based on industry awareness that Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is a frequent issue for clients. Addiction counselors and peer-recovery specialists understand that Intimate Partner Violence impairs the opportunity for recovery (Illinois Department of Human Services, 2005; SAMHSA, 1997). However, they are often less familiar with a systematic and easily integrated method for dealing with such issues. The ARIV model (and this course) was created to fill that need.
Summing Up ARIV - Video 2 from ATTC Network on Vimeo.
About the Content Expert: Larry W. Bennett, Ph.D., L.C.S.W.
Dr. Bennett is Professor, Jane Addams College of Social Work, University of Illinois at Chicago. He has worked as both a practitioner and researcher for 40 years, contributing numerous peer-reviewed papers and book chapters on co-occurring domestic violence and substance abuse, intervention with domestic violence offenders, and evaluation of domestic violence programs. He is co-author of Evaluation of services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault (Sage Press, 2002). Curriculum Vitae
The ATTC Network is committed to keeping our educational offerings affordable. Each self-paced course is available for FREE. Participants will earn a certificate of completion after successfully finishing the course.
IF you need to earn continuing education units/clock hours, this course offers 5.00 units/hours for $25.00 (a rate of $5 per unit/hour).
National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) units
National Board for Certified Counselors and Affiliates, Inc. (NBCC) clock hours
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
2) Under ON DEMAND COURSES, click Behavioral Healthcare
3) Click on ARIV course to enroll
Resources by Pamela Woll, MA, CADP, Human Priorities:
Addressing Stress & Trauma in Recovery-oriented Systems and Communities: A Challenge to Leadership
The Power and Price of Survival: Understanding Resilience, Stress, and Trauma - A Quick Guide
Finding Balance: Understanding and Optimizing Your Stress System After Deployment