3 hours of continuing education
Please note: In order to receive any CE credit you must arrive on time and stay for the entire workshop.
This workshop will address the issue of domestic violence in social work practice. It will include information that guides the assessment and treatment of sexual violence in the context of domestic violence, including social and institutional conditions that impact service delivery. The course will cover theories of domestic violence in general; assessment of individuals who experience violence; crisis intervention; clinical issues; and types of service available for victims, survivors, perpetrators, families and children.
Special emphasis will be on professional risk management, experience with vicarious trauma, and transference and countertransference phenomena as they affect practice with this population. This workshop is beneficial for both domestic violence specialists and practitioners who may have clients experiencing domestic violence in their practice.
Bonnie Glass is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). For over ten years, Bonnie has served as program coordinator, supervisor, clinical therapist, clinical forensic specialist, crisis counselor, advocate and consultant at a variety of social work agencies in New York City. Bonnie maintains a clinical social work private practice in New York City where she provides psychotherapy, yoga and mindfulness, and consultation services to individuals, families, communities and professionals. Bonnie is also a member of Gilda’s Club New York City (GCNYC) as an independent contractor where she facilitates a variety of support groups to the population of people affected by cancer. Bonnie attended Miami University (Ohio) for her undergraduate studies, where she received a BA in psychology with a minor in criminology. She attended Columbia University School of Social Work (CUSSW) for her graduate education and earned a MS in social work.
Josie Torielli, LCSW’s professional career has involved working with interpersonal violence, trauma, PTSD, sexual violence, depression, and intimate partner violence. She is currently a Program Manager at The New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault, where she leads the Training Institute and Direct Service program. She also has a private psychotherapy practice specializing in working with trauma. An important component of her work includes mind-body healing for both clients and fellow practitioners, via the use of yoga and mindfulness techniques. Of particular interest is trauma work with communities, supervision, development of professional self, and recognition of vicarious trauma with direct service practitioners. Josie earned her BA from Syracuse University, her MSSW from Columbia University, and has completed post-graduate training in Advanced Trauma Treatment and EMDR. Prior experience includes work with the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, Aldea Counseling Services, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Safe Horizon and The Long Island College Hospital, all focusing on victim-centered treatment.
NASW New York City Chapter is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0027. This workshop has been approved.