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26th Annual Domestic Violence Conference - Friday, October 18, 2019

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Thank you to all who attended the conference.  Links to workshop materials are at the bottom of this page.
CONFERENCE DESCRIPTION
The 26th Annual County of Santa Clara Domestic Violence Conference will examine the journey of the survivor of violence from crisis to empowerment. Our goal is to provide practical information for the clinician, medical practitioner, attorney, program administrator, and survivor alike, with a focus on prevention, response and empowerment. Workshops will take a deeper dive into topics such as engaging men and boys, custody laws, safety planning, and holistic approaches to transform violence into empowerment.  Participants will also receive an update on the County's historic investment in prevention and response for survivors of violence.  Given anticipated interest and limited space, we urge you to register groups early.​

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

Details of continuing education credits  offered for MFT, LCSW, Judges, Lawyers, Interpreters and Nurses can be access here​.​ Registrants need to sign in and sign out and attend the entire program – no partial credit will be awarded.  

ADA ACCOMMODATION
If you require assistance under the American with Disabilities Act, please contact the Office of Women’s Policy at (408) 678-1028 or dvc@ceo.sccgov.org and let us know the assistance you require.
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AM 2: Moving from Post-Traumatic Growth: A Focus on Resilience
AM 3: Survivors' Panel: From Surviving to Thriving
AM 5: The Domestic Violence Forensic Exam
AM 6: Engaging Men and Boys to End Gender-Based Violence
PM 1: Domestic Violence Death Review: Lessons Learned from the Last 20 Years
PM 2: The Science Behind California's Custody Statutes for Domestic Violence Survivors
PM 3: A Collaborative, Survivor-Centered Approach to Safety Planning
PM 4: The Intersection between Mass Shootings and Domestic Violence
Last updated: 10/31/2019 5:17 PM