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Domestic Violence: Compassion Within Boundaries

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Addresses many issues surrounding domestic violence, and provides information to interpreters regarding appropriate professional behavior and how to maintain this level of behavior without losing compassion. (Continuing Education Units [CEUs] available from the producer of this product. See the “Post Test” for details.) NOTE: This interactive web content is not compatible with iOS or Android devices. Certain versions of desktop browsers may also experience compatibility issues, as this legacy content heavily uses Adobe Flash animations.

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    Victoria S. (Hamilton, AL)
    March 6th, 2019 at 03:19 PM

    This is an excellent webinar, with a presenter who is very knowledgeable about domestic violence, its impact on, not only victims but interpreters as well, and more importantly providing an opportunity for interpreters to self evaluate their of level of ASL competency and whether they have the emotional fortitude to interpret in the domestic violence setting. The presenter also challenges the interpreter to self-evaluate the appropriateness of whether he/she should interpret in the domestic violence setting and can the interpreter emotionally handle situations that involve children and adults in the therapeutic one-on-one or group counseling sessions. Stressing the importance of confidentiality in this presentation and helping the interpreter to stretch their ethical understanding by providing scenarios to engage ethical decision making undergirded and strengthened this presentation as well. Victoria L. Stuard, Ed.D, NADIV