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Roger Wolfe Memorial Retreat 2023

  • Sat, October 28, 2023
  • 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Cascadia Pizza and Brewery
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2023 Roger Wolfe Memorial Retreat 

When: Saturday October 28, 2023 12-6

Where: Cascadia Pizza and Brewery in Bellevue                                         

6 CEUs available

WATSA is a Washington State DOH approved CE provider. CE Hours earned at this training count towards hours needed to renew your SOTP credential and/or your underlying health care license. We are not an approved provider for organizations such as the APA, NASW, AAFT or NBCC.

The Annual Roger Wolfe Retreat has long been a favorite for WATSA members, colleagues, and friends.  The Retreat traditionally serves as an opportunity to come together, discuss events and developments in the field, learn from and share experiences with old and new friends, and camaraderie.

This year the retreat will be in-person again.   We took feedback from last year and the retreat is indoors.  Also, we ensured that the UW Huskies are playing an away game.


12-1215 - Introductions

1215-115  KCSARC will lead a discussion of Judith Herman's book Truth and Repair regarding trauma survivors' views of what is justice.

115-2  Dr. Lisa Trifiletti will lead a discussion regarding working with clients in the ABDL community.

2-3   Tim Kahn will talk about his office's abbreviated program that focuses on teaching about consent and boundaries.

3-430  SCC Social Workers and WATSA members will discuss LRAs and how the changes to the law regarding release planning are going at this point.  This is a follow up discussion from a previous retreat

430-5  Dr. Michael O'Connell will discuss the state supreme court ruling restricting judges from changing a person's sentence after it has occurred.  This impacts things such as prohibitions regarding a client being allowed around a specific person, or groups of people (minors).

5-6   Ben Lopez of Washington Trafficking Prevention will discuss their class

Engaging Men to End Commercial Sexual Exploitation

King County is home to a groundbreaking collaborative effort to end Commercial Sexual Exploitation (CSE) by promoting men’s accountability. Ben Lopez, Men's Accountability Manager at Washington Trafficking Prevention, will describe his work with the innovative 10 week sex buyer intervention program Stopping Sexual Exploitation: a Program for Men (SSE). He will also discuss how this program fits with the holistic model being developed to engage multiple sectors of society in efforts to end the harmful practice of sex buying by shifting the social and cultural norms at the root of CSE.

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