Stop Family Violence
Monday, November 20, 2017
2pm ET/1pm CT/12pm MT/11am PT
Register today! 


Trish Kohl, PhD
Associate Professor
Associate Dean for Social Work
Washington University in St. Louis, Brown School

Jill Messing, MSW, PhD
Associate Professor
School Of Social Work
Arizona State University School of Social Work

Shanti Kulkarni, MSW, PhD
Associate Professor
UNC Charlotte School of Social Work

Richard Barth, PhD
Dean of the School of Social Work and Professor
University of Maryland School of Social Work

Assaults by parents, intimate partners, and adult children lead to injury, health and mental health consequences, and homicide. Such violence costs billions of dollars annually in social service and criminal justice spending. Emerging interventions can prevent and identify abuse, assess risk of violence and homicide, and help families find safe alternatives. Join this 90-minute webinar to learn about the Grand Challenge to Stop Family Violence and the work underway to clarify the shared and unique factors influencing the different types of violence that occurs within families and to develop innovative and effective responses.

Register today!
Note: If you would like to participate in the webinar but are unable to be at a computer, you can join by phone: Dial: 1.888.240.2560 and use meeting ID : 725167029


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