We respectfully acknowledge the planning of this conference is taking place on Treaty 4 land, on the territories of the nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, Dakota, Lakota, and Nakoda, and the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation.
This conference will bring together frontline workers, service providers, policymakers, researchers, students, etc., from a variety of disciplines and fields, to share knowledge, experience, tools, and resources related to the impacts of sexual violence trauma.
Mission & Commitments:
To create a space to foster diverse understandings of sexual violence trauma and elevate best practices, programs, and services being offered, in order to enhance response to victims/survivors and those at risk.
Dr. Lori Haskell is a clinical psychologist who splits her time between delivering professional training and educational presentations across Canada and her clinical private practice. She is a nationally recognized expert on trauma and abuse, and on trauma informed approaches to mental health service delivery and on legal responses. Dr. Haskell has worked on collaborative …Read More
Dr. Jennifer Mullan (she/her) is trained as a Clinical Psychologist and is a published author. She currently serves communities as a Consultant, Therapeutic Coach, and Ancestral wound worker who seeks to unpack the oppressive legacy of modern mental health practices. Dr. Mullan is particularly concerned with this oppressive legacy for Queer Indigenous Black Brown People …Read More
Sabeen Ahmad is born and raised in Regina. Her career has largely been in the media broadcasting world, most notably as one of the hosts of CTV Morning Live in Regina for over four years before she moved into the world of Marketing and Communications with Regina Exhibition Association Ltd. for the past two years. …Read More