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FEMALE SURVIVORS OF VIOLENCE
July 22nd - July 23rd, 2022
COLLIN COLLEGE - SPRING CREEK CAMPUS
Violence against women continues to be a major issue in Texas. It causes long-term problems that not only affect the women involved but also their children, families, and their greater communities.
This conference seeks to provide resources, insights, and tools for Law Enforcement Personnel, Lawyers, Other Criminal Justice personnel, Victim service providers, Advocates, Counselors, Social Workers, and Community Leaders as they help female survivors go from surviving to thriving.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
When: July 22 - July 23 | 8:00am - 5:00pm Daily
Where: Collin College - Spring Creek Campus, 2800 E Spring Creek Pkwy, Plano, TX 75074
Topics: Presentations over these 2 days will include trainings discussing Neurobiology of Trauma, Stalking, Trafficking, Vicarious Trauma & Self Care, Female Victims and the Criminal Justice System, IPV in Minority Populations, In Her Shoes, and more!
Up to 12 CE Credits will be available.
Courses Eligible for LPC, LMFT, SW and Psychologists. (This training meets the requirements for professional development as outlined in the Texas board rules for LPC, LMFT, SW, and Psychologists, and Trauma Care Institute is an Approved Continuing Education Provider through NBCC.)
Courses Eligible for TCOLE (Texas Commission on Law Enforcement) Credit. (Hours will be reported by Plano Police Department)
Multiple presenters, experts, and speakers from across the state of Texas will be joining us for this event.
HOW TO ATTEND THE CONFERENCE
(The educational components of this training are provided at no cost by Award No. 3012704 through the Texas Office of the Governor and the Violence Against Women Act Fund. This is a non-refundable fee that covers the additional costs for the conference, such as food and beverages, which are not supported by the grant.)
Who Should Attend: Law Enforcement Personnel, Lawyers, Other Criminal Justice personnel, Victim service providers, Advocates, Counselors, Social Workers, Community Leaders, and anyone else who works with victims.