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Parenting Awareness and Education for Perpetrators of Domestic Violence: Fathering After Violence and the Responsible Fatherhood Program

Event Date
Wednesday, September 27, 2017, 02:00PM

Join the Center for Court Innovation for a webinar that describes best practices in providing parenting education for men who have perpetrated intimate partner violence (IPV). Juan Carlos Arean of Futures Without Violence will describe the Fathering After Violence curriculum, which is designed to be integrated into a batterer intervention program. David Adams of Emerge will describe the Responsible Fatherhood Program at Emerge, a 12-session stand-alone parenting education program for fathers who have completed, or are still attending, a batterer intervention program. Adapted from the Caring Dads curriculum in Canada, the Responsible Fatherhood Program combines lessons that are common to many parenting programs with ones that are specifically geared for men with histories of IPV.
 

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Event Contact Information

Event Contact Name
Center for Court Innovation