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If you have any questions, please contact the RICADV office at 401-467-9940.

The Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV) is proud to offer a biannual training calendar with workshops and trainings covering a wide variety of topics related to domestic violence awareness and prevention.

Our advocacy training sessions focus on supporting advocates in their work by exploring best practices, expanding and deepening advocates' knowledge and building skills for work in the field. Through our community workshops, we share information for any individual interested in learning more about domestic violence or related issues and topics.

In an effort to go paperless, we phased out our training calendar brochures and postcards.

Summer/Fall Training Calendar, Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Stay tuned! Additional training sessions will be announced shortly.
In the meantime, please join us for our August workshop. Details below.
Visual Journaling
Wednesday, August 3, 2022
Time: 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost: Free
Location: Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Training Room, 641 Bald Hill Road, suite 1, Warwick, R.I. 02886
Presenter: Cynthia Roberts, PhD, evaluator   Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Would you like to make more room for creativity and joy in your life? Many people find visual journaling helps them relax, process experiences and express themselves. In our work to end domestic violence, we are striving to build a just world where no one experiences violence in the first place. We also support victims and survivors of abuse. We are often survivors ourselves or witnessed domestic violence as children, and we can experience secondary trauma through our work. As colleagues, we need ways to restore ourselves, replenish our vision and find inspiration. This session will give participants the chance to experience and learn the technique of visual journaling, which can help them relax, unwind and integrate their daily lives. From this space, we can renew ourselves and envision a peaceful world, together. Come prepared to create. We will spend time making visual journal entries with everyday art materials.

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Cynthia Roberts is the evaluator at the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV), where she leads the evaluation of prevention strategies funded by the CDC, including Ten Men. Roberts is the empowerment evaluator for the Newport Health Equity Zone and provides strategic planning and evaluation support to the Blackstone Valley Health Equity Zone. Roberts works with communities and organizations to define, design and implement approaches to evaluation that center the community, are anti-racist and anti-oppressive and focus on meaningful use of findings. Roberts is a past co-chair of the R.I. Commission for Health Advocacy and Equity. She co-leads work in her own community to increase civic engagement and equity and is a leader in her church. Roberts actively works to use an intersectional feminist, racial justice lens in all her endeavors. She has found visual journaling and collaging help her integrate what she learns from all aspects of her life, including her work in the movement to end domestic violence.

Past Training Calendars
  • Training Calendars

  • Summer/Fall 2020

    RICADV Training Calendar Summer Fall 2018SummerFall 2020 trainings PART 2



  • Winter/Spring 2020

    RICADV Training Calendar Winter Spring 2020


  • Summer/Fall 2019

    RICADV Training Calendar Summer Fall 2018


  • Winter/Spring 2019

    RICADV Training Calendar Summer Fall 2018


  • Summer/Fall 2018

    RICADV Training Calendar Summer Fall 2018


  • Winter/Spring 2018

    RICADV Training Calendar Winter Spring 2018

  • Summer/Fall 2017

    RICADV Training Calendar Summer Fall 2017

  • Winter/Spring 2017

    RICADV Training Calendar Winter Spring 2017



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