Through Her Eyes 2018
October 25 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm$40 - $150
Through Her Eyes, presented by CHD in partnership with Cambridge College, is a professional conference packed with best practices, practical workshops, inspirational keynotes, and high-quality networking for anyone working in social work, direct care, education, or other helping professions. With a focus on at-risk girls and young women, this conference will provide you with tools to better serve vulnerable populations.
Learn the latest techniques and best practices for social work, direct care, education, psychology from other professionals, especially those who work with girls and young women.
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Thursday, October 25, 2018
“From Trauma to Triumph”
This year’s keynote speaker: Laura Prescott
Laura Prescott is the President and founder of Sister Witness International Incorporated. The organization focuses on addressing the multiple forms of violence and retraumatization in the lives of women and girls who have been institutionalized in psychiatric and criminal justice settings. The Sister Witness mission is to reverse decades of silencing and misrepresentation by creating opportunities for people to speak for themselves, supporting the development of national and international networks to become a visible, active and diverse presence that works toward global justice and peace.
She has traveled internationally for the last 22 years conducting trainings and giving presentations: as a United States Delegate to the World Congress for Mental Health in Finland; on fact-finding missions with Disabilities Rights International in Kosovo, Macedonia, Armenia, Hungary, Guatemala, Mexico and presented to the Psychiatric Congress in Holland; at the United Nations meeting on Disability in Hong Kong; to the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, International Psychiatric Nurses Association in Malta and; the World Bank meeting on Mental Health and Trauma.
Call for presenters! Are you interested in leading the conversation?
What do you think people in our community need to know as they work to make positive changes for the populations they serve? Workshop topics should have some connection to the theme, “From Trauma to Triumph” They must focus on providing education and support to the professionals in our community as they work with our girls to make positive changes and assist them in overcoming the challenges that today’s girls face. We encourage you to involve girls in your workshop as co-presenters, speakers, or assistants.