FRIDAY, April 4, 2014
6 CEUs / 6 Act 48 Credits (full day credit only)
Program Booklet (pdf format)
The day begins with Keynote Speaker, Dr. Sandra Bloom. Participants pre-select morning and afternoon workshops that follow. This full-day symposium is co-sponsored by Laurel House, a comprehensive domestic violence agency servicing individuals, families and communities throughout Montgomery County, PA, and The Center for Professional Development at Bryn Mawr Colelge GSSWSR. Lunch is provided.
PCADV (PA Coalition Against Domestic Violence) Programs Staff; Laurel House Service Recipients; and Students - $20
All Other Professionals - $125
Deadline: Fee must be paid by March 28 to retain space; no refunds after March 28.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Sandra L. Bloom, MD
Dr. Sandra L. Bloom is a Board-Certified psychiatrist, graduate of Temple University School of Medicine and recently was awarded the Temple University School of Medicine Alumni Achievement Award. In addition to her faculty position at the School of Public Health at Drexel, she is President of CommunityWorks, an organizational consulting firm committed to the development of nonviolent environments. Dr. Bloom currently serves as Distinguished Fellow of the Andrus Children’s Center in Yonkers, NY. From 1980-2001, Dr. Bloom served as Founder and Executive Director of the Sanctuary programs, inpatient psychiatric programs for the treatment of trauma-related emotional disorders. In partnership with Andrus Children’s Center, Dr. Bloom has established a training institute, the Sanctuary Leadership Development Institute, to train a wide variety of programs in the Sanctuary Model®. The Sanctuary Model® is now being applied in residential treatment programs for children, domestic violence shelters, group homes, homeless shelters and is being used in other settings as a method of organizational development. Dr. Bloom is a Past-President of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies and author of Creating Sanctuary: Toward the Evolution of Sane Societies and co-author of Bearing Witness: Violence and Collective Responsibility.