DV Class Guarantee
At DVclass.com we take great pride in our curriculum as well as the acceptance of
our programs. Domestic Violence classes are often taken for a variety of reasons.
Some people take our classes as part of a legal requirement or stipulation of the
court, while others may take the class at the request of a concerned family member.
Our Guarantee and Disclaimer
We stand behind the quality and acceptance of our classes. If our class is not accepted for a legal requirement, we will refund your course fee in full with written decline from the court or other legal entity. Refund requests must be made within 60 days of purchase. It is your responsibility to get prior approval from the court to take this class online. You must get prior approval to take an online class in some states. Some states require domestic violence classes to be taken in person only while other states will allow an online course. This class is not to substitute for medical or psychological advice or counseling. This is an educational course only.
This online class is also approved for continuing education requirements by the
Better Business Bureau verified and approved with A+ rating; Approved for CEU’s
by CAADE (California: certificate # CP-20965H1217), NAADAC (Provider #570),
(certificate number IN-06-745-0112), California Board of Behavioral Sciences (PCE#
3128), The Board for Certification of Addiction Specialists (Provider Number 5063),
Texas Certification Board of Addiction Professionals as Provider of Continuing Education
for Certification and Recertification for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors in
the State of Texas (Provider Number: 1739-06), and Continuing Educator Provider,
Florida Certification Board (Provider Number 5107-P)
Course topics will include:
- What is Domestic Violence?
- Who are the Victims?
- Recognizing the Signs of Domestic Violence
- Why Victims Stay with Abusers
- How You Can Help Victims of Domestic Abuse
- Gaining Skills in Communication and Listening
- Betting understanding the legal process
- Common parenting and co-parenting issues
- Developing and maintaining a safety plan
- What to do when thing get bad
- Learning about the cycle of violence
- How to move past a domestic abuser or relationship
- The effect of DV on families
- Developing a plan for sustained change
- How to seek help
- Stopping the Cycle of violence
- Recap and review