This interactive training on May 5 is intended to support the work of advocates, service providers, and leaders in the Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence Setting field in efforts to integrate trauma informed and anti-oppression frameworks in multiple levels of service. Attention is given to direct service approaches, a case example that analyzes an organizational policy change, and resources for ongoing staff development.
Space is reserved for 95 registrants.
- Identify trauma-informed approach principles and anti-oppression/social justice frameworks
- Understand how to consider trauma informed principles and anti-oppression frameworks in domestic violence/intimate partner violence service settings
- Critically reflect on your personal/professional identities in relation to your work
- Engage in collaborative discussion with colleagues related to practices you utilize/know about that align with trauma-informed and anti-oppression approaches and frameworks
- Identify resources to utilize in ongoing learning related to trauma-informed and anti-oppression approaches in the DV/IPV field
- Member: $20
- Nonmember: $40
Refund policy: No refunds will be processed after April 25, 2023 at 12pm PST. No exceptions. For refunds before this date & time, please submit a request to Sylvia Montijo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presenter Bio: molly m. heck, MSW
molly teaches and learns at California State University, Chico in the Multicultural & Gender Studies Department as well as the School of Social Work. Some of her favorite courses include MCGS: Leading Social Change; SWRK: Supervision, Leadership and Administration; WMST: Feminist Theory and WMST: Introduction to Women’s Studies. She is the Faculty Advisor for a campus based activist organization, the Gender & Sexuality Equity Coalition where she gets to support student activists everyday. As a consultant, molly loves to collaborate to develop and implement training and capacity building opportunities related to strengthening equity and inclusion practices, use of anti-oppression, feminist and social justice frameworks, staff supervision strategies, and creating healthy organizational culture. For 12 years, molly was part of the executive leadership team at Catalyst Domestic Violence Services, a non-profit organization in northern California where she was responsible for the development and implementation of Catalyst’s intervention, education and outreach programs as well as staff development. Ever the learner, molly is currently pursuing her doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of California, Davis, focusing on changing higher education systems so they more equitably serve students who are Black/African American, Latinx, Hmong, Native American and First Generation college goers. molly received her undergraduate degree in Women’s Studies and her Master of Social Work, both from California State University, Chico. She also attended the inaugural Diversity Academy at CSU, Chico in 2009 and was a fellow in the Sierra Health Foundation’s Health Leadership Program in 2007. Feminist. Teacher. Learner. Advocate. Mother.
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