Symposium: Family Tragedies of Domestic Violence
Posted by Cabrini University on September 18, 2017
Cabrini invites you to two programs on October 16, 2017, focused on the importance of domestic violence education and supporting children of trauma:
THE SEVENTH ANNUAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SYMPOSIUM
Family Tragedies of Domestic Violence
9:30am–12:30pm, Grace Hall
This half-day program focuses on family perspectives on the tragedies of domestic violence through “A Conversation with Janine Rajauski” and a panel discussion including Bill Mitchell of the Kristin Mitchell Foundation; Monica Jenkinson and Minna Davis of Laurel House; Barbara and John Jordan, advocates of domestic violence education; and Eliza Costoso, PsyD, Counseling and Psychological Services at Cabrini University. Each program will be followed by an audience Q&A.
THE OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF THE CENTER FOR CHILDREN OF TRAUMA AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE EDUCATION
The Importance of Domestic Violence Education
5–7 pm, Grace Hall
Cabrini is proud to launch a new Center dedicated to domestic violence education and supporting children of trauma. The program features a keynote presentation by Lynn Rosenthal, Policy Director for Violence Against Women Initiatives for the Biden Foundation, and a ceremonial launch of the new Center. The presentation will be followed by a reception.
Join us at one or both of these events as we further our commitment to ending domestic violence.
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