TARGET AUDIENCE: SOCIAL WORKERS AND STUDENTSThis session will present an overview of the contemporary models for sexual violence prevention theory with an in-depth exploration of the impact of oppression on the existence of sexual violence. It will include tools for community-based prevention of sexual violence through the bystander intervention model. The session culminates in combining these principles into skills to empower survivors of sexual violence with culturally competent practices as defined by the NASW Code of Ethics. This training is approved to meet the Ohio CSWMFT Board’s requirement for Social Work Ethics. By the end of this training, participants will be able to:Define Anti-Oppression and connect the link between oppression and sexual violenceDescribe the social ecological public health model for change and the bystander intervention model of preventionUtilize Anti-Oppression ethics and the bystander intervention model of prevention in application to the NASW Code of Ethics standards 1.05 (Cultural Competency & Social Diversity), 2.01 (Respect), 4.02 (Discrimination), 6.01 (Social Welfare), and 6.04 (Social and Political Action)The Ohio State University College of Social Work is an approved provider of the Ohio CSWMFT Board. SW/MFT Provider number: RST111002 Counselor Provider number: RCX011401
Friday, November 4, 2016 9:00 AM - 12:15 PMEastern Time
115 Stillman HallThe Ohio State UniversityCollege of Social Work1947 College RoadColumbus, Ohio 43210USA614-292-7686
CSW Community Engagement
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