This two-day seminar is for facilitators who have attended the three-day Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter training within the last ten years, and have been using the curriculum in a class for at least one year. The seminar is highly interactive and helps participants go further in-depth with the skills learned in the Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter training.
The topics are designed around the needs of the participants, drawing from the following topics:
- Establishing an authentic dialogue in a men’s nonviolence class
- Identifying and developing themes
- Finding teachable moments
- The dynamics of co-facilitation
- More practice logging the Power and Control and Equality wheels
- Working with men who batter in a compassionate manner without colluding
**Along with your confirmation letter after you have registered you will provide you with an email survey. We ask that prior to the training you complete the survey. The information gathered from your surveys will be used to inform the trainers regarding relevant topics for your discussion.
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Fax number: 218-722-0779
All DAIP training events are led by experts with years of experience as men’s nonviolence group co-facilitators and co-facilitation trainers. This training event will be facilitated by Scott Miller. Please contact DAIP’s National Training Project staff at 1-218-722-2781, ext. 205, with any questions.
Please DO NOT make any travel arrangements until receiving a registration confirmation from DAIP via email. Any potential participant who makes travel arrangements prior to receiving a registration confirmation does so at their own expense and their own risk.
Registration begins at 8:30 AM on Wednesday, August 12th. Training days will run from 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM. DAIP will provide coffee, tea, and snacks. Participants are responsible for their own lunches. Participants who do not complete all sessions may not receive certificates of completion. Dress is casual.
DAIP’s training facility is at 202 East Superior Street in downtown Duluth.
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Please contact Jennifer Rouse (218-722-2781 ext. 108) in the DAIP National Training Project, to make accessibility arrangements.
Refunds (minus a $75 service charge) will be granted for cancellations at least two weeks before the event.
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