CLE: DV Conference, south Seattle
The Children & Families Experiencing Domestic Violence Conference on March 25th at South Seattle Community College is an opportunity for professionals and community members to learn more about how domestic violence affects the families in your community. The Conference is planned around four main themes including:
Engaging and Working with Domestic Violence Perpetrators as Parents
Supporting the Needs of Domestic Violence Survivors and their Children
Working with Maltreated Children and their Families in Court Dependency Processes
Conference presenters are some of the best in the domestic violence field from across the country. Three nationally known presenters include: Larry Cohen, Executive Director and Founder of the Prevention Institute; Professor Jeffrey Edleson, University of Minnesota; and Anne Ganley, University of Washington PLUS 18 additional speakers from the Puget Sound area will present. Laura Porter, Staff Director of the Family Policy Council, will present on The Dynamics of Thriving in Washington State!
The Conference fee of $55 includes all materials, continental breakfast and lunch with registration before March 23rd (registration increases to $75 on March 23rd). A brochure is attached to this email for you to check out.
To register simply log onto http://www.skccn.com/ChildDVconf.asp and click on the registration button. You will be able to view the full agenda plus speaker bios. Registration is by purchase order or credit card. Special arrangements for checks can be made by contacting conference coordinator, Dianne Heide, at firstname.lastname@example.org.