Earn CE credits at the Keys to Me and UTK College of Social Work event

Keys to Decoding Coercive Control: Impacts on Families and Communities

SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2023 

Knoxville, TN  |  SAVE THE DATE: Registration Opens January 1, 2023
Event Speakers, Keys to Me
Left to right: Jacqueline Johnson, DSW, LCSW-R; Lorna Goldberg, LCSW, PsyA; Bill Goldberg, MSW, BCD; Ragan Schriver, PhD; and Debby Schriver, author of Whispering in the Daylight: The Children of Tony Alamo Christian Ministries and Their Journey to Freedom, and Founder and Executive Director of Keys to Me
 
Speakers include survivors and esteemed experts on coercive control to discuss approaches to counseling survivors of human trafficking, domestic abuse, and cultic involvement. The conference is free; however, registration is required. Registration opens on January 1, 2023. Participants range from area social workers and psychologists to insurance providers to criminal justice professionals and crisis responders. The conference is meant to educate professionals whose work supports our healthy communities—counselors, social workers, attorneys, law enforcement, educators, and clergy/church leaders—on the presence and influence of coercive control in our communities, and how to properly handle the aid of their victims. The event is sponsored by Keys to Me nonprofit organization in association with The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Social Work. Jackie Johnson, Doctor of Social Work, LCSW; Lorna Goldberg, LCSW, PsyA; Bill Goldberg, Master of Social Work; and Ragan Schriver, Doctor of Psychology will each speak about coercive control and the ways it appears in our communities. The conference will feature a panel discussion of survivors in conversation about their experiences. The panel will be moderated by Debby Schriver and Ragan Schriver. Please save the date and join us! 
 
Participants will be eligible to receive 6 CE credits. Continuing education clock hours certificates will be issued for Social Workers and Counselors at the end of the program. NOTE: This event will be in person only.
Earn CE credits at the Keys to Me and UTK College of Social Work event

Keys to Decoding Coercive Control: Impacts on Families and Communities

SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2023 

Knoxville, TN  |  8:30am-4:30pm | Registration opens January 1, 2023

Event Speakers, Keys to Me
Left to right: Jacqueline Johnson, DSW, LCSW-R; Lorna Goldberg, LCSW, PsyA; Bill Goldberg, MSW, BCD; Ragan Schriver, PhD; and Debby Schriver
 
Speakers include survivors and esteemed experts on coercive control to discuss approaches to counseling survivors of human trafficking, domestic abuse, and cultic involvement. The conference is free; however, registration is required. Registration opens on January 1, 2023. Participants range from area social workers and psychologists to insurance providers to criminal justice professionals and crisis responders. The conference is meant to educate professionals whose work supports our healthy communities—counselors, social workers, attorneys, law enforcement, educators, and clergy/church leaders—on the presence and influence of coercive control in our communities, and how to properly handle the aid of their victims. The event is sponsored by Keys to Me nonprofit organization in association with The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Social Work. Jackie Johnson, Doctor of Social Work, LCSW; Lorna Goldberg, LCSW, PsyA; Bill Goldberg, Master of Social Work; and Ragan Schriver, Doctor of Psychology will each speak about coercive control and the ways it appears in our communities. The conference will feature a panel discussion of survivors in conversation about their experiences. The panel will be moderated by Debby Schriver and Ragan Schriver. Please save the date and join us! 
 
Participants will be eligible to receive 6 CE credits. Continuing education clock hours certificates will be issued for Social Workers and Counselors at the end of the program. NOTE: This event will be in person only.
Earn CE credits at the Keys to Me and UTK College of Social Work event

KEYS TO DECODING COERCIVE CONTROL: IMPACTS ON FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES

SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2023 

Knoxville, TN  |  Registration Opens January 1, 2023
Event Speakers, Keys to Me
Left to right: Jacqueline Johnson, DSW, LCSW-R; Lorna Goldberg, LCSW, PsyA; Bill Goldberg, MSW, BCD; Ragan Schriver, PhD; and Debby Schriver
 

Speakers include survivors and esteemed experts on coercive control to discuss approaches to counseling survivors of human trafficking, domestic abuse, and cultic involvement. The conference is free; however, registration is required. Registration opens on January 1, 2023. Participants range from area social workers and psychologists to insurance providers to criminal justice professionals and crisis responders. The conference is meant to educate professionals whose work supports our healthy communities—counselors, social workers, attorneys, law enforcement, educators, and clergy/church leaders—on the presence and influence of coercive control in our communities, and how to properly handle the aid of their victims. The event is sponsored by Keys to Me nonprofit organization in association with The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Social Work. Jackie Johnson, Doctor of Social Work, LCSW; Lorna Goldberg, LCSW, PsyA; Bill Goldberg, Master of Social Work; and Ragan Schriver, Doctor of Psychology will each speak about coercive control and the ways it appears in our communities. The conference will feature a panel discussion of survivors in conversation about their experiences. The panel will be moderated by Debby Schriver and Ragan Schriver. Please save the date and join us! 

 
Participants will be eligible to receive 6 CE credits. Continuing education clock hours certificates will be issued for Social Workers and Counselors at the end of the program. NOTE: This event will be in person only.