Summer 2013 EADV Training Series Profiling Abusers and Killers: Common Traits and Differences
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 from 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM (EDT)
Domestic Violence and the Workplace
Profiling Abusers and Killers: Common Traits and Differences
EADV is proud to announce part two of a four part training series entitled "Effects of Domestic Violence on your Workplace: A View from Four Different Perspective: Victims/Survivors; Abusers; Your Workplace; and Your Attorney". The Summer 2013 Training Series "Profiling Abusers and Killers: Common Traits and Differences" will be held on June 19, 2013. Dr. David Adams will be the presenter.
Dr. Adams, Ed.D. is co-founder as well as CoDirector of Emerge, the first counseling program in the nation for men who abuse women, established in 1977. Dr. Adams has led groups for men who batter, and conducted outreach to victims of abuse, for 35 years He has led parenting education classes for fathers for 10 years. He is one of the nation's leading experts on men who batter and has conducted trainings of social service and criminal justice professionals in 44 states and 16 nations. He has published numerous articles and book chapters, including "Identifying the Assaultive Husband in Court: You Be the Judge", published in the Boston Bar Journal. Dr. Adams is a Commissioner on the Massachusetts Governor’s Council on Sexual and Domestic Violence and past Co-Chair of the Justice and Accountability Committee (the criminal justice committee) of the Governor’s Commission on Sexual and Domestic Violence. He is Director of the National Danger Assessment Training Project. His book, “Why Do They Kill? Men Who Murder Their Intimate Partners” was published by Vanderbilt University Press in 2007.
***This is event is FREE and LUNCH will be served***
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Employers Against Domestic Violence (EADV)
Employers Against Domestic Violence (EADV) is a non-profit, membership organization uniting Massachusetts employers with experts in the fields of domestic and workplace violence prevention. Committed to proactively addressing the causes and effects of violence in the workplace, EADV identifies and recommends national and local best practices in the areas of public policy, prevention, intervention and training in order to help employers address the effects of violence on the workplace. EADV promotes more productive workplaces that remain intolerant of all forms of violence by supporting comprehensive and safe interventions for those affected by violence.