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We are sad to inform you that due to low registration for our online event, we will be postponing our conference until next year when we can meet in person. We've been thrilled in past years with the vibrant learning and networking that has occurred at our conference. We hope that you join us for the first Friday in June, 2022 (details to come Spring 2022).
This conference will present an overview of the various issues that impact interpersonal violence for sexually and gender diverse individuals and families. The conference will prepare professionals and advocates to address a range of issues including trauma informed care and ethical considerations. Hope and resilience will be an underlying theme for all sessions, providing inspiration for expanding resources. There will be a keynote, panel, and three workshops allowing attendees to more fully customize their conference experience.
You can register for one half day for a total of 3 CEUs or both half days for a total of 6 CEUs. Our conference will be virtual this year due to the ongoing nature of the pandemic.
Thursday June 3
Keynote: Adam Messinger, Associate Professor, Women's Gender & Sexuality Studies Northeastern University, 2PM-3:30PM
Panel: Wasatch Forensic Nurses, Pride Center, Refuge of Utah to discuss services provided to clients within LGBTQ+ IPV 3:30PM-5PM
Friday June 4
Breakouts 1 or 2 (choose one): Michelle Anklan, Therapist - Utah Pride Center or Andi Tremonte, Education Coordinator - Utah Domestic Violence Center 9AM-1030AM
Joint Workshop for All: Em Capito 10:30AM-12PM
The cost is $30 for either Thursday afternoon or Friday morning, but $45 if you register for both. $30 for current students to attend both days.