Impact of DV on Children

Class Description

This 4-hour class is designed to assist parents in supporting children who have witnessed, or have been affected by domestic violence. Upon completion of the seminar you will be given a certificate of attendance. This class is offered twice a month: one for men and one for women.

Classes are provided by a certified parenting instructor.

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Topics Include

  • What is Domestic Violence?

  • To what extent are children impacted by domestic violence?

  • What can parents do to help children?

  • What actions should parents avoid?

  • What are strategies for parenting after the violence?

  • How do Moms and Dads interact after domestic violence?

  • What is the long-term impact of parental conflict on children?

Registration Information

The seminar fee is $75 per person. Payment is requested 5 days in advance of the class and can be made over the phone with a Visa/MasterCard, money order or by PayPal with your registration.

To register for a class call 360-754-7629, toll free 1-877-813-2828 or online by clicking the links below. You may also mail in a money order to:

Family Education and Support Services
1202 Black Lake Blvd. #B
Olympia, WA  98502

To register, click here:  Men’s Class      Women’s Class 

 

Every effort will be made to locate an interpreter for non-English speaking participants. Washington Relay Service for Hearing and Speech impaired (ONLY) 1-800-833-6388.

Additional information

Classes are presented separately for Moms and Dads. All participants who register will be screened for restraining orders to avoid conflicts in attendance. The seminar fee may be discounted for those whose incomes can be verified to fall below poverty guidelines. Examples of income verification are:

  • paycheck stubs

  • DSHS financial assistance documents