2011 CoWAP Conference
June 2, 2011 · The Conference Center at JP Morgan Chase
One Chase Manhattan Plaza, NYC
One Size Does Not Fit All:
Advancing the Dialogue on Working with Abusive Partners
The second conference of the NYC Coalition on Working with Abusive Partners (CoWAP)
About the Conference
The groundbreaking 2009 CoWAP Conference was the first of its kind in NYC, highlighting a broad range of approaches being used to intervene with people who abuse in intimate relationships. The second CoWAP conference will continue to explore the complex issues related to prevention of abusive behavior and intervention with domestic violence perpetrators.
This one-day conference is designed for anyone working in the anti-domestic violence movement, as well as other legal and social service professionals who work with survivors, abusers, teens and children impacted by domestic violence and relationship abuse. Experts in the area of domestic violence prevention and intervention will discuss the research, strategies and controversies surrounding abusive partner intervention and prevention.
Registration fee $60.
For more information on the CoWAP Conference, call Rebecca Tangen at 212-503-6842 or email CoWAPNYC@gmail.com
About the Coalition on Working with Abusive Partners (CoWAP)
The Coalition on Working with Abusive Partners (CoWAP) is comprised of representatives of organizations concerned with preventing and ending abusive behavior in intimate relationships. CoWAP’s mission is to identify effective strategies for addressing the complex factors contributing to abusive behavior; to encourage and support behavior change while simultaneously holding abusive partners accountable; and to support service providers and community members in their efforts to prevent and intervene in intimate partner violence. This mission is in the interest of our primary goal of safety and well-being for survivors of domestic violence and their children and of our vision for healthy children, safe families and peaceful communities. For more information email CoWAPNYC@gmail.com.
Bridge Back to Life · The Center for the Study of Family Abuse · The Child Center of New York · The Children’s Aid Society’s Family Wellness Program · Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services · Kaerensa Craft, LCSW · Men Can Stop Rape · The New York City Anti-Violence Project · NYC Children’s Services · NYC Human Resource Administration · New York State Offi ce of Children and Family
Services · Peter Glick, Esq.· Project Permanent Group, LLC · Seafield Center · The Unifying Center