Intimate partner violence is not merely a family problem. It is a public health concern that has been estimated to cost billions of dollars in our society. According to the National Coalition on Domestic Violence, 10 million people are physically abused by an intimate partner and 1 in 15 children are exposed to domestic violence in a given year. Youth that are exposed to domestic violence are at greater risk for mental and physical health difficulties. This interactive presentation will explain Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), explore myths surrounding IPV, examine the impact it has on families and communities, and provide both treatment and practical recommendations for working with survivors of and youth exposed to IPV. 


  • The power and control wheel
  • The difficulty and danger in leaving an abusive relationship 
  • Cultural implications 
  • Lethality and risk for homicide 
  • Exposure to IPV  
  • Suggestions for when using virtual platforms with this population
  • Therapeutic interventions 


  • Define intimate partner violence (IPV)  
  • Identify the impact of IPV on families and communities 
  • Acquire strategies for identifying survivors of IPV
  • Provide treatment and practical recommendations for working with survivors of and youth exposed to IPV. 


  • Empower clients who are survivors of IPV
  • Have confidence in the way you support a loved one impacted by IPV
  • Be able to create a safety plan

DURATION: 2 hours

FORMAT: Live interactive webinar ("Synchronous") on Zoom

WHEN: Ongoing


INVESTMENT: $200 per person

Workshop Facilitator

Dr. Danniella Jones, Licensed Psycholgist

Dr. Danniella Jones is a licensed psychologist (Florida and Georgia-in progress) with over a decade of experience in the advocacy and mental health field. She earned her bachelor’s in psychology at Berry College in Rome, Georgia and her doctorate degree in clinical psychology at Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky. Dr. Jones completed her doctoral internship at Cherokee Health Systems, an integrated primary care and community mental health center in Tennessee and her post-doctoral fellowship with Palm Beach County Youth Services Department at Highridge Family Center. Dr. Jones is currently a psychologist at GlobeCoRe where she is provides a variety of services including individual, family and group therapy, psychological evaluations, and clinical supervision and consultation. In addition, she is a certified Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) therapist. Dr. Jones offers workshops and trainings to the community on topics related to equity, diversity, and inclusion and trauma. Dr. Jones was featured and broadcasted on several local platforms in Florida such as WPEC CBS 12 news and PBC channel 20 news stations to provide information on racial and ethnic implicit bias and microaggressions. She has also been interviewed on the several podcasts to talk about trauma and has written blogs featured on the Children Service’s Council EveryParent website and app discussing how to talk to children about race and racism.

Dr. Jones has worked in a variety of treatment settings including outpatient offices, domestic violence shelters, residential centers, inpatient settings, schools, and community mental health based agencies. Dr. Jones is passionate about working with children and adults who have been exposed to childhood trauma and/or adversity and supports clients through concerns related to parenting, depression, substance misuse, and identity exploration. She also enjoys providing clinical supervision and mentorship to clinicians in training. Dr. Jones utilizes an integrative approach to therapy using evidence-based interventions such as CBT, ACT, and attachment theory with an overlaying systemic lens. She believes it is imperative to understand the impact of an individual’s environment, family of origin, culture, and positionality on the way they perceive and experience themselves, others, and the world. Her goal is to reduce the stigma of mental health in marginalized communities and increase access to services. Dr. Jones enters the therapeutic space authentically and strives for cultural humility in order to create an atmosphere of safety and trust where her clients feel seen, valued, and empowered. In her spare time, Dr. Jones enjoys creating new recipes and trying new food, watching thrillers, and dancing. She also enjoy spending time with loved ones and relaxing near large bodies of water.

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