Learn more about domestic violence. Take care of yourself and the people you love. Do something, be someone, be you!
Hello and welcome to our online certification course on Domestic violence – essence, meaning, support. The course consists of 9 topics in which we will examine in detail the problem related to Domestic violence. The topic is important for society and the individual. Knowledge of the problem and methods of dealing with it is crucial for any person and specialist who has contact with people in a similar state. We hope that our course will bring some light to the issues and enrich your knowledge and experience and help you or your loved ones to deal with this problem!
In this course, you will learn what is violence and how exactly is manifested, which factors strengthen the trend toward violence. What is domestic violence and when your partner is prone to it? What are the types of domestic violence? Why it is very important to talk about this problem and what can be the misconceptions about it? How can we help a person who is a victim of domestic violence? How can you help yourself in case of that kind of violence? What are the natural reactions of victims of domestic violence? Consequences of violence against women and what are the signs of identification of the victim of violence.
This course is suitable for: Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Teachers, Pedagogues, Social Workers, Medical Practitioners, Nurses, Parents, Academicians, Students, Parents, Families, Partners and Anyone Interested In the topic of Domestic Violence.
In our training, we adhere to the idea and purpose of providing deep, useful, accurate and clear scientifically-based information, which in theory can be used for any purpose and in practice can help anyone. In each lecture, we show the original text of the course, and the goal is a more accessible and proper understanding of the training. In this way, we believe that we support the easier perception and comprehension of scientific information. Also, this way anyone can take notes. We hope you appreciate our goal of giving you as much as possible for a minimum of time.
About the author – Valentin Boyadzhiev is a trained nutritionist, graduated Master of Psychology in “Psychology and Psychopathology of Development”. He has acquired Professional Qualification “Teacher of Psychology” and Postgraduate Professional Qualification “Psychological Counseling in Psychosomatic and Social Adaptation Disorders”. He has obtained a Psychoanalysis Diploma and he has specialized in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. He is a member of the Association “Bulgarian Psychoanalytic Space”, “International Society of Applied Psychoanalysis” and „International Alliance of Holistic Therapists“. He is a lecturer on issues related to nutrition, diet, supplementation, food and sports. He is also a teacher and a lecturer in the field of psychology, logic, ethics, law, and philosophy. He has been a school psychologist since 2017. He has been participating annually in scientific conferences on psychology, psychotherapy, dietetics and medicine. His main interest and practice are in the field of psychoanalysis and clinical psychology.
The course consists of nine textual modules. After you purchase the course, you will be able to access the course directly in your profile. To receive your certificate, you need to successfully pass all the modules of the training. After passing them, it is necessary to declare your wish for a certificate by writing us an e-mail. After verifying your results, your certificate will be sent to you directly via e-mail.
- Certified Course
- Online learning
- 24 weeks limit for completing your course
What you’ll learn
- What is violence?
- What is domestic violence?
- Types of domestic violence.
- Why domestic violence should not be left unsaid?
- How can we help a person who is a victim of domestic violence?
- Safety plan.
- What are the natural reactions of victims of domestic violence?
- Consequences of violence against women.
- Signs of identification of the victim of violence.
Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?
Who this course is for:
- Social Workers
- Medical Practitioners
- Anyone Interested In the topic of Domestic Violence.