Understanding Interpersonal Violence & A Treatment Framework with Kelly Lynch, LCSW
This week’s episode is all about Interpersonal Violence also known as IPV. My guest, Kelly Lynch, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, shares statistics on IPV, the emotional and physical impacts related to IPV, understanding our therapeutic role as a therapist when working with someone who has experienced IPV and she shares why psychoeducation on IPV is really important, for the therapist as well as the client.
A little bit about Kelly:
Kelly Lynch, LCSW, EMT, CPT, PN-1 is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Emergency Medical Technician, certified life coach, certified Fitness Trainer, and certified nutrition coach. Kelly owns two businesses, a private life coaching practice, The Unapology Project, and a private psychotherapy practice, Turning Point Wellness. She has ten years experience as an EMT, and over eleven years experience in helping guide people into a space of realizing and unlocking their greatest potential. Kelly's clinical experience is diverse, including working with children, families, and people with severe and persistent mental health disorders and substance addictions. She has contributed to the development of multiple emergency services programs, clinical programs, and education curriculums for emergency services personnel and clinical therapists, as well as taught these programs. Kelly specializes in trauma related disorders, and teaches her clients how to define what it means to live life on their terms by being in control of themselves, the choices they make, and taking the best possible care of themselves.
The objectives of this training are to help participants:
List statistics related to IPV.
Describe emotional and physical impacts related to IPV.
Summarize the therapeutic role in working with IPV survivors.
We hope you find value in this episode.
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