FFI and our five project partners are pleased to announce that applications are currently being accepted for teams of 5-8 people, based in California, to participate in the new Learning from What Goes Well project. The teams will learn new ways to address domestic violence and other forms of violence and oppression in their own communities, and will be a part of a learning community with FFI and the project partners. The deadline for applications is August 10, 2015. Learn more about this opportunity!
Archives for July 2015
Trichia Long and Jennifer Booher from Missouri Division of Youth Services presented a workshop at the annual Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative conference in Springfield, MO at the end of June. They introduced the Five Domains of Wellbeing to an audience of juvenile officers, judges, detention supervisors, private residential managers and Office of State Courts Administrators staff members. Trichia and Jennifer facilitated a rich discussion on putting a focus on people’s wellbeing and understanding tradeoffs. The participants were interested and engaged, recognizing some of the system’s barriers to wellbeing but eager to learn more about the framework. We thank Trichia and Jennifer for their expert facilitation skills and continually strong partnership with FFI!