Nov 10, 2018

Domestic Abuse and Coercive Control: Lessons From Across Areas of Practice

International Cultic Studies Association
Online Registration







Purpose of the Conference

Join this practice focused one-day conference that will share and examine a range of current work addressing domestic abuse and coercive control across diverse contexts. We will explore ways to collaborate and develop practice further in the future in this vital field of work.

Where
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
1200 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107

When:

Monday, December 10, 2018
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
5:00 - 6:30 PM. Optional exit counseling session

Fees:
$35 per person
$20 student rate per person

Meals:
Coffee will be served. Attendees are on their own for lunch.

Registration:

  • Online Registration
  • Or send a check to ICSA, PO Box 2265, Bonita Springs, FL 34133 - with a note indicating the check is for the coercive control conference.

Purpose of the Conference

Join this practice focused one-day conference that will share and examine a range of current work addressing domestic abuse and coercive control across diverse contexts. We will explore ways to collaborate and develop practice further in the future in this vital field of work.

Agenda

09:00 - 09:30 - Registration

09:30 - 09:40 - Welcome   
Steve Eichel, President, ICSARod and Linda Dubrow-Marshall ICSA, RETIRN UK and University of Salford, UK
09:40 - 10:30     
Opening Plenary - Domestic Abuse and Coercive ControlSusan Higginbotham – CEO Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic ViolenceLinda Dubrow-Marshall, Moderator 

10:30 - 11:00     
Break

11:00 - 12:30     
Approaches to working with survivors (Rod Dubrow-Marshall, Moderator)Beth Sturman, Executive Director, Laurel House
Sarah Lopeta, Laurel HouseCarrie McManus, Director of Programs, Sagesse (Alberta, Canada) 

12:30  -  2:00      
Lunch 
    
2:00   -   3:00      
Prevention and policy implications (Steve Eichel, Moderator)Andrea Silverman, CEO, Sagesse (Alberta, Canada)

Rod Dubrow-Marshall (ICSA) – The Spectrum of Coercive Control Across Relationships and Groups 

3:00   -   4:30
Closing Plenary – Addressing Diverse Needs and the importance of collaboration (Rod Dubrow-Marshall, Moderator)
Linda Dubrow-Marshall - RETIRN and Co-Programme Leader MSc Psychology of Coercive Control, University of Salford
Richie Schulz, Community Educator/Lead Trainer, Lutheran Settlement House

4:30   -   5:00   
Break
5:00   -   6:30


Optional Program: Cult Exit Counseling: Implications for Families and ProfessionalsJoseph Kelly and Patrick Ryan, Exit Counselors, Philadelphia, PA 
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