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The certificate program in domestic violence and evidence-based practice provides students with the experience and knowledge to intervene safely and effectively on behalf of the survivors of gender-based violence, a vulnerable group that helping professionals are likely to encounter in all areas of practice. Those knowledgeable about the dynamics of intimate partner violence are better equipped to assist those suffering its negative physical and mental health consequences.
Evidence-based care is crucial in domestic violence settings. Students of the certificate program engage in service-based and classroom learning to understand the role of evidence-based interventions in promoting survivor safety and client empowerment. Upon completion of the program, certificate holders become Arizona state-certified advocates for victims of domestic violence.
Domestic Violence and Evidence-based Practice (Certificate)
Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions
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