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Recognizing Batterers in Our Faith Communities

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YWCA Northeast Kansas

225 Southwest 12th Street

Topeka, KS 66612

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The leaders of our faith-based communities are on the frontlines in our united effort to end domestic violence. This FREE advanced workshop is designed to provide the faith-based community with the most current, cutting edge information regarding intervention in domestic violence. This presentation “cracks the code” on batterers’ behavior. Participants will learn how batterers with different motives create different dangers under different circumstances. Audiovisual will be utilized to illustrate the different motivations and risks. Application of this perspective can lead to improved decision-making among professionals and a higher level of safety for victims of domestic violence.

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Michelle McCormick, LMSW: Program Director of the YWCA Center for Safety and Empowerment

Dorthy Stucky Halley, LMSW: Director of Victim Services, Kansas Attorney Generals’ Office

Steven M.S. Halley, LSCSW: Director of the Family Peace Initiative batterer intervention program

Seating is very limited, so please RSVP at the link provided. Breakfast will be included.


This event is sponsored by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas and Westar Energy.

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