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Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence

Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence

Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence

Jean Clarke-Mitchell, MSW, LICSW,  Silvia Y. Beaupre, MS, RN, NPP, APRN, BC
Jean Clarke-Mitchell, MSW, LICSW, Silvia Y. Beaupre, MS, RN, NPP, APRN, BC
on behalf of Access Continuing Education Inc.

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Launch date: 12 Jun 2017
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Last updated: 28 Aug 2018

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Roseanne is rushing to get ready for work. She finishes helping 3 year old Matthew get dressed and gives him some breakfast. She grabs the baby from her crib and a shooting pain stabs her in the right shoulder. With the pain comes the memory of last night. Roseanne's husband Jack got home late last night-he had been drinking and he was in a foul mood. He finally went to bed-but not before berating Roseanne, as usual, and slapping and punching her multiple times. She has bruises on her face that her makeup can barely hide. She touches up her makeup one last time before dropping off both Matthew and the baby with her mother.

Her mother knows that it's been difficult for Roseanne, but she doesn't know how bad it's gotten. Since Roseanne was pregnant with 5 month old Tara, she has been punched, kicked and sexually victimized repeatedly by her husband. It has become a routine part of her life. While driving to work, Roseanne starts crying. She tries to reapply some more makeup to cover the bruises as she rushes onto the unit. Roseanne is a neonatal nurse.


Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. Define domestic violence/intimate partner violence, particularly in the state of Kentucky.
2. Discuss the statistics related to domestic violence/intimate partner violence.
3. Describe the consequences of violence.
4. Discuss the dynamics of abuse.
5. Identify risk factors related to being a victim of violence and for being a perpetrator of violence.
6. Describe how to initiate the topic of intimate partner violence/domestic violence with your
7. Discuss interventions identified in the Best Practice Guidelines described in this course.
8. Identify resources in Kentucky related to intimate partner violence/domestic violence."
Jean Clarke-Mitchell, MSW, LICSW,  Silvia Y. Beaupre, MS, RN, NPP, APRN, BC

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Jean Clarke-Mitchell, MSW, LICSW, Silvia Y. Beaupre, MS, RN, NPP, APRN, BC
on behalf of Access Continuing Education Inc.

Jean is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) and a practicing psychotherapist, living in the Berkshires. She has performed in various roles during her 20-year career as a professional helper including work as a domestic violence/sexual assault counselor, addictions therapist, clinical supervisor, case manager, as well as an outpatient clinician. Her work at the Elizabeth Freeman Center, in Pittsfield, a domestic violence and sexual assault services agency, centers on trauma work for survivors and providing clinical supervision to staff. The agency provides services to individuals and families experiencing domestic violence and sexual assault issues on a 24/7 hour basis each day of the year.
Jean is also employed at the Brien Center for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services where she performs individual, couples, and family psychotherapy in the outpatient and addictions services departments. She also provides clinical supervision to staff and interns. Jean is a DBT Intensive Trained therapist and utilizes CBT, psychodynamic psychotherapy, anger management and DBT groups when working with clients.
She is an adjunct faculty in the Counseling Psychology Department at Cambridge College in Springfield, MA since 2009.
Jean is a graduate of STCC, UMASS-Lowell, BCC, MCLA, and Smith College where she earned a Masters in Social Work.
She is currently a third-year PhD student in the Smith College for Social Work PhD Program. - Silvia Y. Beaupre, MS, RN, NPP, APRN, BC has many years of experience as an educator and clinician. Providing online continuing education to multiple healthcare professionals has been her mission for many years. Ms. Beaupre's teaching experience has been in staff development in multiple healthcare organizations, as well the education of nursing students at the associates, bachelors and graduate degree level. Ms. Beaupre provides workshops and didactic instruction in face to face educational programs to multiple professionals, as well as provides education consultation to select professional organizations.
Ms. Beaupre is a board certified psychiatric nurse practitioner in private practice in the Capital Region of New York State. Her baccalaureate degree in Nursing is from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois and her Masters degree is in Psychiatric/Community Mental Health Nursing from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her post-masters psychiatric nurse practitioner certificate was completed at the Sage Colleges in Troy, NY.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN)
  • 4.25 Hours -
    Reference: 6-0022

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