You will not want to miss this opportunity to build your facilitation toolbox as David Garvin and Jeffrie Cape offer guidance on developing conceptual clarity to enhance our work with men who batter. 

Over the course of two days, participants will explore:

  • Developing a clearly defined concept of battering intervention work centered on accurate etiology of battering behavior
  • Unpacking substance abuse and other complexities in men's lives that may be connected to, but not the root cause of their abusive choices
  • Defining the key components of building an FVIP
  • Incorporating a trauma informed approach in FVIP
  • Understanding and applying the Accountability Model
  • Constructing a curriculum and FIVP model built on conceptual clarity

CEUs: This training has been approved by the Georgia Commission on Family Violence for 12 FVIP hours.

Cost: This training is $120 for all Certified Facilitators and facilitators in training in the state of Georgia. It is $250 for all others. Mail your check or money order to 

Georgia Commission on Family Violence
Attn: Conceptual Clarity
270 Washington Street, Suite 5-145
Atlanta, GA 30334

Registration: Seating is limited. Registration is not complete until we receive a check from you in the correct amount owed.