Confirmed Presenters
Judith Lewis Herman

Daniel Sonkin

Leslie Tutty

Joan Pennell

Attiya Khan

Leigh Goodmark

Lori Haskell

Ian DeGeer

Todd Minerson

Tim Kelly

Pamela Cross

Katreena Scott

Canadian Domestic Violence Conference 3 – 2013

This page is an outline of past Conference Schedules.


Tuesday, February 26 &
Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Friday, March 1, 2013

Pre-Conference Certificate Programs

AM workshops | PM workshops

AM workshops | PM workshops


Pre-Conference Certificate Programs

Tuesday, February 26 & Wednesday, February 27, 2013

9:00 am – 4:30 pm

A1

Domestic Violence Focused Couples Treatment
Sandra M. Stith, Ph.D., LCMFT

A2 Creating Safety, Undoing Aloneness and Promoting Healing with Men Who Have Used Violence in Intimate Relationships
Dale Trimble

A3 Small Acts of Living: Violence, Resistance and the Power in Language
Allan Wade, Ph.D.

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Conference

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Keynote
Looking back to see our way forward: Recognizing accomplishments and facing challenges in domestic violence prevention
– Myrna Dawson

9:00 am – 10:00 am

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Thursday AM Workshop (1.1 to 1.11)


10:30 am – 12:00 pm

1.0

Violence in South Asian Families
–Doris Rajan, Meccana Ali, RSW, MSW, Poonam Jit

 

1.1

Increasing collaboration with women: Survivor Voices Inclusion Project
– Susan Young, Nisha Bansal, Dawn DeSouza, Sue J., and Eva Kratochvil

1.2

Distinguishing Among Types of Intimate Partner Violence: Implications for Policy and Practice
– Michael Johnson

 

1.3

Creating Safety for Children: “Islands of Safety” Program
– Cathy Richardson

 

1.4

Facilitating Change in Family Violence Through a Collaborative Model
– Joanne Ginter, MA

 

1.5

Trance-forming Abuse and Aggression: Exploring how clinical hypnosis can facilitate compassionate interventions that invite change
– Harry Stefanakis

 

1.6

Genetic Vulnerability or Genetic Responsiveness? Implications for Social Responses to Violence
– Brenda Adams

 

1.7

Failure to Protect: Issues for Racial and Ethnic Families
– Sarah Maiter

 

1.8

Safe and Sustainable Housing for Women and Children Leaving Domestic Violence Using a “Housing First” Model
– Leslie HillWomen’s empowerment in a Rural Community: The Survivor to Thriver Model
– Lauren Power

 

1.9

“It Freaks Me Out a Lot Being Called High Risk”: An Exploration of the High Risk Case Coordination Program
– Verona SingerVictimized and Criminalized: Racialized Women’s Experience of Intimate Partner Abuse
– Patrina Duhaney

 

1.10

The Influence of Trauma, Shame and Language Processing on Men in IPV Groups
– David DelayThe 4 R’s of Domestic Violence and Disability
– Susan Wheeler, BSW, NGH

 

1.11

Requisites for a Non-Violent Society
– Diane Delaney

 

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Lunch

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm


Thursday PM Workshop (1.12 to 1.22)


1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

1.12

Breaking the Silence Around Violence in African Nova Scotian Communities
– Wanda Bernard and Rajean Boudreau

 

1.13

Gender Violence, Substance Use and Mental Health: Conversations About Safety – Identifying Risks and Resources
– Angela MacDougall

 

1.14

Couples in Groups: Ending IPV
– Cindy King and Dan Beckett

 

1.15

Conversations about Women’s Abuse with Men Who Have Abused
– Tod Augusta-Scott

 

1.16

Developing Provincial Standards for Mandated Offenders: Alberta’s Provincial Family Violence Treatment Program
– Aggy King-Smith, Deanna Frey, Sheila Mellon and Jay Buhler

 

1.17

“Challenges in Family Law in Cases of Intimate Domestic Violence”
– Allan Wade, Shelly Bonnah, Linda Coates

 

1.18

Enhancing Victim and Child Safety Through Supervised Access Services
– Judy Newman and Valya RobertsDomestic Violence, Custody Access: An Office of the Children’s Lawyer Perspective
– Carolyn Leach and Silvia Novak

 

1.19

Risks and Strengths Among Religious Immigrant Women: An Analysis of the Maritimes
– Cathy HoltmannExploring the Influence of Religious and Spiritual Beliefs in the Context of Intimate Partner Violence
– Leland Maerz

 

1.20 Parental Alienation: Helping Alienated Families and Dispelling Misunderstandings
– Kathleen ReayThe Journey Away From Abuse: Conversations With Men and Women About Domestic Abuse and Violence
– Marilee Burwash-Brennan and Jane Donovan

 

1.21

Mothering and Woman Abuse: A Group Program
– Debbie Zweep and Katreena ScottNew Technology to Challenge Violence
– Andrea Gunraj

 

1.22

Understanding the Impact of IPV: Training Programs for Professionals
– Carmen Gill and Rina Arseneault

 

1.23

Responding to Non-Status, Refugee and Immigrant Women (NSRIW) Who Experience IPV: From Settlement to Empowerment –
– Rosa Arteaga

 


Keynote
Distinguishing Among Types of Intimate Partner Violence: Research Evidence – Michael P. Johnson, Ph.D.


3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

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Friday, March 1, 2013

Keynote
Changing the topic: New ways of thinking about men, women and “failure to protect'” when children witness intimate partner abuse
– Julia Krane, Simon LaPierre, Sarah Maiter, Susan Strega

9:00 am – 10:00 am


Friday AM Workshop (2.1 to 2.11)


10:30 am – 12:00 pm

2.0

Encouraging Positive Outcomes: The Needs ABC Treatment Model for Difficult Clients
– Tom Caplan

 

2.1

Contempt for Men – In Search of Good Masculine
– Dale Trimble

 

2.2

Exploring the Intersection of Substance Use and Violence Against Women
– Stephanie Baker

 

2.3

Trauma Informed Approaches to Care: A Workshop for Clinicians and Consumers dealing With IPV
– Lisebeth Gatkowski and Mary-Lou Martin

 

2.4

Working With Parents and Children in Groups: The Caring Families Program
– Raghida Mazzawi and Rosanne Nunn

 

2.5

“Take a Risk, Take a Chance, Make a Change and Break Away: Protection Practices With Mothers in Situations of Child Sexual Abuse
– Julia Krane and Rosemary Carlton

 

2.6

Together for Justice:  Improving RCMP Responses to Indigenous Families in the Yukon
– Allan Wade, Ann Maje-Raider, Barb McInerney, Kelly MacQuarrier and Cathy Richardson

 

2.7

“Moving Orthopaedic Surgeons to Action! Building Bridges in IPV Awareness Through Collaboration
– Mohit Bhandari, Emil Schemitsch and Douglas Thomson

 

2.8

Understanding IPV: A Workplace Training Program
– Carmen Gill (French) and Rina Arseneault

 

2.9

Key Factors in Community Collaboration and Doordination: Calgary domestic Violence Collective
– Andrea Silverstone, Brigitte Baroday and Corinne OfstieStorming Our Own Castle: Interrupting Violence Against Women Across Idealogical Divides
– Lisa Moy, Robert Lee and Erin McMurren

 

2.10

Abortion and Domestic Violence: Decision-Making Process and the Influence of the Perpetrator
– Isabelle CoteTalk Around the Kitchen Table: How Do We Keep It Shameless?
– Flora Marcelo

 

2.11

What’s Religion Got to do With It? The Use of Religious Commitment and Spirituality in Interventions with Intimate Partner Violence Perpetrators and Victims
– Claire Renzetti

 

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Lunch

12:00 pm – 1:30 pm


Friday PM Workshop (2.12 to 2.22)


1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

2.12

Developing Response- Based Emergency Protection Order Hearings: A Study of the NWT
– Allan Wade, Linda Coates and Rebecca Latour

2.13

The Earliest Warning Signs of Intimate Partner Violence
– Stephanie Lang

2.14

Evaluating IPV Community Responses: The Niagara Region DV Report Card
– Ian DeGeer and Anne Armstrong

2.15

How Technology Impacts Women’s Safety – Rhiannon Wong

2.16

Helping Employers, Supervisors, Union Reps and Workers Respond to IPV
– Barb MacQuarrie

2.17

Who’s Failing? Child Protection Work with Abused Women
– Simon LaPierre and Isabelle Cote

2.18

Beyond Batterers: Exploring Roles for Men in Preventing and Reducing Violence Against Women and Girls
– Todd Minerson

2.19

The Intersection of IPV and Child Protection: The Safer Families Program
– LaRee Walters-Boadway, Barbara Lee and Janet MacLean

2.20

One Stop For Whom? Questioning a Globalized “One-Stop Shopping: Service Model for Addressing Family Violence
– Nicole PeitschStories of Change in Men: A Collaborative Narrative Inquiry
– Yoshiyuki Takano

2.21

Making Connections: When Domestic Violence, Mental Health and Substance Use Problems Co-occur
– Robin Mason and Susan O”RinnThe Impact of Domestic Violence on Infants and Young Children
– Chaya Kulkarni and Angelique Jenney

2.22

Engaging Domestically Violent Men in Child Welfare
– Susan Strega

2.23

Media’s Horrification and Pornification of Rural Culture
– Walter DeKeseredy

Keynote
Blessed are the Peacemakers: Religiosity, Religious Self-control, and Perpetration of Intimate Partner Violence – Claire M. Renzetti, Ph.D.


3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

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