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National Indian Health Board: Webinar: Safety Planning/Immediate Interventions After Abuse Occurs Intimate Partner Violence Series
September 9 @ 3:00 pm CDT
Join National Indian Health Board (NIHB) for its third webinar in the Intimate Partner Violence Series featuring Lisa Morad-McCoy, LCSW from the UNM Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences who will provide an overview of the benefits of providing clinical care and addressing emotional and/or physical safety of clients who disclose abuse in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
The Intimate Partner Violence Series (IPV) is a three-part webinar series covering IPV topics in Indian Country, such as IPV among men and women, youth, and available resources.
Visit NIHB’s website to learn more about NIHB’s work in behavioral health.
For questions, contact Chyna Locklear at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Continuing education credit will not be offered for this webinar.
What: Safety Planning/Immediate Interventions Webinar
Who should attend?
Public health/Behavioral health professionals, education staff, and partners who work with AI/AN communities around IPV.
Lisa Morad-McCoy LCSW is a Senior Program Therapist in the UNM Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Division of Community Behavioral Health. Lisa received her MSW from the University of Michigan in 1995. She has over 20 years of experience providing therapy for adults, children, and families. Currently, Lisa provides clinical tele-supervision for LMSWs in New Mexico seeking independent licensure. Lisa provides Comprehensive Community Support Service (CCSS) and American Society for Addiction Medicine (ASAM) trainings for community members and professionals throughout New Mexico. Clinically, Lisa provides trauma focused therapy for children, adolescents and families through the UNM ACTION Clinic and the IHS Tele-health clinic for children at Havasupai Elementary School in Grand Canyon, AZ.