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First Friday Webinars are FREE for LPCANC members, and $10 for non-members. First Friday Webinars are held at noon, and last one hour. These webinars are online but the audio portion is on your phone (for best audio). First Friday Webinars earn 1 contact hour.

When: January 5, 2018
12:00 PM
Where: Online
United States
Presenter: Joan Dolores Hudson, M.S., LPCS (NC), LPC (VA)
Contact: Sara Whitley

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First Friday Webinar – January

January 5, 2018

12pm – 1pm

 The Effects of Domestic Violence on Children          

Presented by Joan Dolores Hudson, M.S., LPCS (NC), LPC (VA)

LPCANC Members – Free!

Non-Members - $10

Earn 1.0 Contact Hour


According to the Center for Child & Family Policy, approximately six to 8 thousand children reside in North Carolina Domestic Vilence shelter for some time during each calendar year. However, only 90 Domestic Violence shelter are able to provide child-focused services.  Children who reside in a home where domestic violence occurs are affected in a variety of ways.  The child may present with symptoms which may be misdiagnosed,secondary to the lack of disclosure that client has witnessed domestic violence. This webinar will discuss the prevalence of domestic violence in North Caroling (statistics),  review the cycle of abuse in domestic violence relationships,  discuss differential diagnosis associated with presenting symptoms, and discuss modalities of treatment for the children and families affected by domestic violence.

Learning Objectives:

1. To gain awareness of the prevalence of domestic violence homes where children reside in the State of North Carolina.

2.  To gain insight regarding the cycle of abuse in domestic violence.

3.  To gain awareness of presenting symptoms which may reflect the possibility that abuse is occurring in a child’s home.

4.   To briefly review therapist’s role in reporting suspected domestic violence in home.

5.   To briefly review modalities of treatment and provide a list of those resources.

Bio of Presenter:

Joan Hudson is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor in both Virginia and North Carolina.  She presented this topic in November of 2017 at the Virginia’s Counselor’s Annual Conference.  She is currently a doctoral student at Regent University with a dissertation topic of  “The experience of female African American doctoral students enrolled in Counselor Education at PWI” with anticipation completion in Spring of 2018.  She is currently employed as an Outpatient Therapist at Easter Seals UCP Inc of NC/VA (Mount Airy, NC location).

All First Friday Webinars are 1-hour long and receive 1 contact hour of continuing education credit. LPCANC is an NBCC-approved provider (ACEP) #5807.

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