CFI's 2021 Conference on Domestic Violence will feature the documentary film Finding Jenn's Voice with panel discussions featuring the film maker Tracy Schott, local experts and a domestic violence survivor from the film.
Date: Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Time: 1 pm - 3:15 pm CST
Continuing Education credits (CEUs) (2.25 Contact hours) available for:
Social Work (NASW-Iowa Chapter approved)
Marital & Family Therapists
Mental Health Counselors
*It is the responsibility of the individual to be familiar with the CEU requirements of their professional license board. Licensees should retain course materials and certificates for four years for auditing purposes. NASW has determined that this program
meets the criteria of the Iowa Board of Social Work and the Iowa Board of Behavioral Sciences for up to 2.25 hours of continuing education.
Finding Jenn's Voice examines homicide as a leading cause of death during pregnancy and the nature of abusive relationships. The documentary was inspired by the murder of Jennifer Snyder at the hands of her married boyfriend after he learned she was pregnant. The film includes interviews with leading researchers across the country and features the voices of survivors of intimate partner homicide attempts.
A panel discussion will follow facilitated by Tracy Schott.