Now in its 10th year, Cornerstone’s Midwest Conference on Interpersonal Violence and Abuse offers a broad spectrum of workshops by nationally and locally renowned experts on issues related to domestic violence, sexual violence and human trafficking. This conference is designed for healthcare professionals, social service providers, educators, justice system professionals, law enforcement and concerned community members.
The 10th Midwest Conference on Interpersonal Violence and Abuse conference features an engaging opening keynote presentation by Lt. Mark Wynn with the Nashville Police Department, and a moving closing keynote address by attorney, author, and survivor Olga Trujillo.
Additional workshops include: Victim and Officer Safety; Introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) and Trauma-Informed Care; Decoding Rape Culture: Challenging Narratives that Normalize Sexual Violence; Domestic Violence and the Elderly; The Family Court Enhancement Project and A SAFeR Approach to Cases Involving Intimate Partner Violence and Children; Developing a Response to Youth Victims of Labor Trafficking; The Neurobiology of Trauma: Understanding Victim Behavior; Prevalence and Characteristics of Intimate Partner Rape (IPR) Among Domestic Violence and Sexual Offenders Parts 1 and 2; Intimate Partner Violence and Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders; Health Care after Violence; Trauma Across Generations: Domestic Violence and the African American Community.
The 10th Midwest Conference on Interpersonal Violence and Abuse will take place on November 8 and 8, 2018 at the Doubletree by Hilton in Bloomington.
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