2012 BIPP Annual Conference
Thank you for attending Tools for Transformation, TCFV’s 9th Annual BIPP Conference. This year our conference drew in over 90 BIPP facilitators, coordinators, and directors from 35 Texas cities and a cross section of professionals working in our movement including victim-service stakeholders, family violence programs, and program auditors, evaluators and researchers.
This annual conference drew professionals working in the BIPP field and others who are a part of a community’s coordinated response to family violence. Topics ranged from administrative issues such as human resources to best practices in group facilitation.
The 9th Annual BIPP conference entitled Tools for Transformation: Victim-Centered Services was an opportunity for the exploration and exchange of information regarding trends and tools for facilitation, best practices and remaining victim-focused throughout BIPP sessions.
We look forward to seeing you next April as we celebrate ten years of Battering Intervention and Prevention Program education in Texas!
The videos below are short summaries of our keynote presentations from the 2012 BIPP Annual Conference.
|Name||Last Modification Date|
|Alvin Williams||27 April 2012|
|Anne Prichard Grady||27 April 2012|
|David Almager||27 April 2012|
|Fernando Mederos||27 April 2012|
|Jim Henderson||27 April 2012|
|Name||Size||Version||Last Modification Date|
|24 Hour Initiative Final Report June 2011||1.09 MB||09 April 2012|
|Man To Man Book Ed Gondolf||2.37 MB||03 April 2012|
|Tcfv Flyer Addressing Fatherhood With Men Who Batter||382.68 kB||04 April 2012|
|Tcfv Membership||141.72 kB||03 April 2012|