Registration is Open!
Registration is open for the 8th Safe & Together™ Model North America Conference: Domestic Violence & Children — December 9-11, 2020
We are so disappointed that we can’t all be together in Santa Fe, New Mexico this year, but we hope the Safe & Together Conference, hosted through our interactive Virtual Academy, can still provide an opportunity to stay connected. Our REVISED schedule will now be:
Wednesday, Dec 9 – Friday, Dec 11, 2020
9am-12pm Mountain Time / 11am-3pm Eastern Time
Instead of two full days of conference presentations (plus one full day of masterclass options), we will be simplifying the timing for everyone by offering three half-days of conference sessions online. The masterclass is canceled to accommodate all participants joining all three days of programming.
Registration will remain open through November 30!
Can’t join us live? All sessions will be recorded for viewing at any time. Register now to gain on-demand access.
David Mandel, S&TI Founder & Executive Director, will address
- How the intersectionalities of cultural oppression, racial injustice and status with domestic violence has been a critical component of the Safe & Together Model
- And how the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the necessity for domestic violence-informed practice.
Certified Trainer Seminar
The Trainer Certification Program (TCP) has produced professionals certified to train on the Safe & Together Model around the globe, paving the way for sustainable practice change that leads toward better family outcomes. This session is an exclusive invitation for Certified Trainers to attend a roundtable discussion with the Model’s founder, David Mandel.
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Past Conference Feedback
Download the full evaluation report from the 2018 Safe & Together™ Model North America Conference. Check out the feedback we received from last year, in addition to the feedback from the 2019 Asia Pacific Conference and the 2019 European Conference.
Call for Presenters are open before each conference, allowing professionals to highlight the work being done by co-located advocates, subject matter experts, domestic violence consultants and other specialist positions that have been bridging the gap between child welfare and domestic violence competency. Read about submitting a proposal.
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