Understanding the Intersection of IPV and Reproductive Health through a Social Justice Lens

Working with clients who are survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) poses a unique area of learning in order to offer individuals and families the best support. In recent years, the field has paid larger attention to the intersection of IPV and reproductive health. Importantly, reproductive health intersects with almost all aspects of social service work; from child welfare and policing to addressing homelessness and the cycle of poverty. This webinar will offer an introduction to understanding this intersection and assist participants in building knowledge and skills in how best to support survivors as they navigate their reproductive health. At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will have a strong understanding of key concepts, related policies, and critical next steps. Drawing on the presenters extensive experience in maternal health work and intimate partner violence, participants will leave understanding why addressing the overlap is a core component to serving families and communities. (Elective for VAW certificate)

This webinar does not have any offerings for this semester.