25th Annual Domestic Violence Conference
Moving Forward Together: 25 Years of Resilience
October 5-7, 2016
Utah Valley Convention Center
3-Day Conference Price:
14.5 CEU NASW Credits
6 POST Credits
(for 3 day attendance)
Our annual conference provides attendees an opportunity to share best and emerging practices, learn from the experience and expertise of others - to include local and national experts, connect with fellow advocate and allies, and meet professional training requirements.
Celebrating this year's theme, we will recognize resilience as a core tenet of advocacy in the domestic violence movement - historically and present; as a theory that cuts across experience and as a practice that shapes survivorship, families and communities.
Our definition of resiliency in the anti-violence movement centers on: flexibility, adaptability, a strengths based approach, the complex in the face of power and oppression, and collective courage to face oppression.
We simultaneously recognize the complex and evolving nature of domestic violence and the need for us to continually move forward in our approaches to better prevent, intervene and respond to intimate partner violence.
This year's agenda affords multiple opportunities for learning best practices, new skills and tools to better equip professionals from a variety of disciplines to enhance their work.
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