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This is the line-up of workshops for our 2019 Conference. Workshop titles below may be truncated for space.

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Most of our conference workshops are aligned with one or more of the tracks listed below.

Prevention Through Liberation (PTL)

The Prevention Through Liberation project supports community-driven culturally-specific and –responsive activities that address sexual violence at its deepest roots. Workshops in this track will help attendees incorporate anti-oppressive principles and practices into their primary prevention activities. 

We Choose All of Us (WE)

Workshops in this track will educate and empower attendees to champion changes toward equity and inclusion within their organizations, through their work, and in their wider communities. 

Support group facilitation (SG)

Workshops in this track will detail successful strategies for planning, developing, and facilitating support groups for survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and/or stalking. 

Trauma-informed supervision and leadership (TISL)

Workshops in this track will focus on agency-level policies and supervisory practices that effectively focus on trauma resilience, stewardship, and organizational sustainability. 


Monday, May 13th

: The presenter(s) of this workshop session have provided downloadable materials. Click the workshop title to learn more and download. 
7:45am Check-in desk opens
Landmark Gallery
8:00am Breakfast
Great Hall
9:00am Opening Keynote Speaker: Amita Swadhin
Great Hall
10:00 - 11:30am

Understanding Intersections: Supporting LGBTQ POC Survivors (WE)
Heritage 1

Deconstruyendo mitos con Latinas sobrevivientes de violencia sexual (SG)
Heritage 2

Digging Up the Roots of Sexual Violence (PTL)
Landmark 1 & 2

Supervising Survivor Advocates (TISL)
Homestead 2 (next door)

11:30am - 12:45pm Lunch / OCADSV annual meeting
Great Hall
12:45 - 1:00pm

Group photo
Location to be announced

1:00 - 2:30pm

White Fragility (part 1) (WE)
Heritage 1

Liberation Through Organization (part 1) (PTL)
Heritage 2

Reimagining Shelters (part 1) (TISL)
Landmark 1 & 2

Mind Matters (WE; SG)
Homestead 2 (next door)

2:30pm Refreshments
Great Hall Foyer
2:45 - 3:45pm Networking: Birds of a Feather
Great Hall
4:00 - 5:30pm

White Fragility (part 2) (WE)
Heritage 1

A Resilient Tune (WE; SG) 
Cancelled due to
family emergency

Liberation Through Organization (part 2) (PTL)
Heritage 2

Reimagining Shelters (part 2) (TISL)
Landmark 1 & 2

Healing Trauma Through Movement (SG)
Homestead 2
(next door)

Listening Session: Improving Access for LGBTQ+ Survivors
Cascade Gallery 712 (River Lodge building)
5:45 - 7:30pm

People of Color Dinner
Fireside Room

Aspiring Allies Gathering
Great Hall

Tuesday, May 14th

: The presenter(s) of this workshop session have provided downloadable materials. Click the workshop title to learn more and download. 
7:45am Check-in desk opens
Landmark Gallery
8:00am Breakfast
Great Hall
9:00am Plenary session: Anjela Ford-Glueckert
Great Hall
10:00 - 11:30am

Living Bridges (WE; SG)
Heritage 1

Peer Mentorship: No Really! It's Literally Survivor-Led and Therefore Trauma-Informed (SG)
Heritage 2

Supporting survivors who use substances (WE)
Landmark 1 & 2

Building Communities of Consent Through Peer Ed and Improv Theater (PTL)
Homestead 2 (next door)

Making SA Services Accessible to LGBTQ Survivors (WE; TISL)
Homestead 3 (next door)

11:30am - 1:00pm Lunch / Awards Ceremony
Great Hall
1:00 - 2:30pm

Trans Inclusion and Healthcare Advocacy (part 1) (WE)
Heritage 1

Working Together (TISL)
Heritage 2

Identifying and Working with Women Veterans (WE)
Landmark 1 & 2

Taking the ego out of prevention: Radical vulnerability in social justice programming (PTL; WE)
Homestead 2 (next door)

Services for Confined Individuals (part 1) (WE)
Homestead 3 (next door)

2:30pm Refreshments
Great Hall Foyer
2:45pm

Workgroup and Caucus Open House
Great Hall

Survivors' Privacy Rights: Advocate Privilege, Funders' Requirements, Mandatory Reporting, and More
Homestead 2 (next door)

Break
4:00 - 5:30pm Trans Inclusion and Healthcare Advocacy (part 2) (WE)
Heritage 1

Processing Historical Trauma (WE)
(workshop in Spanish)
Heritage 2

Dealing with Nightmares and Disturbing Dreams (SG)
Landmark 1 & 2

Services for Confined Individuals (part 2) (WE)
Homestead 3 (next door)

5:45pm Last call for silent auction bids and raffle ticket sales
5:45 - 7:30pm Marginalized Communities Gathering
Great Hall

Circle of Celebration
For those in recovery from alcohol/substance use
Cascade Gallery 712 (River Lodge building)

Wednesday, May 15th

: The presenter(s) of this workshop session have provided downloadable materials. Click the workshop title to learn more and download. 
8:00am

Check-in desk opens / Breakfast
Great Hall

9:00 - 10:00am Plenary session: Joshua Safran
Great Hall
10:00 - 10:30am

Closing: Vanessa Timmons
Great Hall

10:30 - 11:00am Collect silent auction items