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We talk Cyber Security But: What about Protecting your company's data, by psychologically evaluating potential Espionage and Spy activity?
Corporate Security; The Psychological Factors of Espionage and Spying
  

•The audience will be engaged when we will focus on the psychological motivations, to identify the emotional precursors, which lead to CORPORATE ESPIONAGE and SPYING. Company’s today should be equipped to safeguard administrative tools for their company to complement its data security effectively. The Board of directors and its administration treat the protection of their data to warran...

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Travels From: Fort Wayne, IN
Fee Range: Open

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Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Intimate Partner Violence, and the Military War Veteran
Living Life Without Trauma
  

As the overall statistics for Intimate Partner Violence in the United States has declined over the past 15 years, statistics for Intimate Partner Violence involving people associated with the military are on the rise. According to the San Francisco Times (2014), “Research has found that veterans diagnosed with PTSD were "significantly more likely to perpetrate violence toward their partners," w...

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Travels From: Silver Spring, MD
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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Trauma-Informed and Trauma-Responsive Systems
You gotta w
  

Many organizations from social services agencies to faith communities and schools claim to be "trauma-informed." What does that mean? Is it as simple as new knowledge and a few skills? What are the historical underpinnings of this work? What does it mean in terms of change? How do agencies walk the talk and actually become trauma-responsive? You'll learn this and more in this compelling presenta...

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Travels From: Nashville, TN
Fee Range: Varies

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Living Above Abuse
How do I recover from being abused and broken
  

Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone, yet the problem is often overlooked, excused, or denied. This is especially true when the abuse is psychological, rather than physical. Noticing and acknowledging the signs of an abusive relationship is the first step to ending it. Topics: Understanding Abusive Behavior Why me It's not your Fault Taking Charge The Recovery Room My Battle w...

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Travels From: New Haven, CT
Fee Range: Open

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