WINGS Foundation invites you to the 2016 Soaring to New Heights Conference. The conference covers two days (Oct. 7 & 8) and provide two tracks, Clinical/Professional (10/7) and Experiential/Educational (10/8). All are welcome to attend just one or both days, as we seek to give registrants the opportunity to tailor their experience according to their individual needs and interests.
Day One (Oct. 7, 9am-5:30pm): Clinical/Professional Track
Summary: More advanced workshops around trauma. Workshops are tailored more to clinicians, providers, and criminal justice professionals, while registration is open to all interested non clinicians as well! Check-in begins at 8 am.
Included in Day One: More info coming soon!
Day Two (Oct. 8, 9am-5:30pm): Experiential/Educational Track
Summary: Workshops tailored more to survivors and loved ones, including heavy emphasis on expressive arts, developing grounding skills and body awareness, survivor/loved one experiences, etc. While these workshops are tailored for healing among survivors and loved ones, we encourage the clinical community to attend and experience these processes for themselves. Check-in begins at 8 am.
Included in Day Two: More details coming soon!
*Note: Due to limited seating, there is NO day-of registration. Early Bird Registration ends Sept. 6th and General Registration ends October 1st.
If you are a survivor or loved one in need of financial support to attend the conference, please fill out our CONFIDENTIAL application at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NTCCR3P
Please note your information will remain completely confidential and you will not be identified in any way as a survivor or loved one one your registration, name tag, etc.
Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. If you are selected to receive a scholarship, you will be emailed an access code for your discounted registration.
Want More Conference Info? Visit wingsfound.org/conference
WINGS Foundation, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit agency founded in 1982. WINGS mission is to break the cycle and heal the wounds of childhood sexual abuse by providing support, education and advocacy to adult survivors, loved ones, providers and communities. Our program serves anyone who is 18 and over and has experienced childhood sexual abuse, their loved ones, and professionals who work with survivors.
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