On-Demand Webinars

Supporting Men’s Peaceful Transformation

In this Webinar:

Founder and Facilitator of “Men Creating Peace” Devon Gaster will introduce an effective approach to working with men, who have caused harm in intimate partner relationships.

Webinar participants will become familiar with the patterns and behaviors that keep men stuck in abusive cycles and learn ways to create a safe environment for men to heal and grow together.

The webinar will shed light on the importance of helping men become aware of the many negative impacts that abuse causes for themselves, their partners, their children, families and communities.

It will also offer valuable insights and share lived experiences into the healing power that happens when men connect with their emotions through shared life stories. 

Learning Objectives:

  1. List behaviors that continue abuse within Intimate Partner Relationships
  2. Describe strategies to help clients become aware of Impact of violence to self, partner, family and community
  3. Apply methods to help men share their stories of healing to nurture and support their progress to non-violence
  4. Describe effective strategies for giving feedback to others.


Continuing Education Information

Once payment is received, you will be emailed a full video recording of this webinar along with all presentation materials.

Optional CEs (1.5) may be purchased through R. Cassidy Seminars. A link to purchase CE Credits will be included in the email containing all your webinar resourcesMore Info Here

CEs Pending

About the Presenter

Devon Gaster Devon Gaster is the co-founder and executive director of Men Creating Peace. Over the last 24 years he has educated men about the devastating impacts of intimate partner violence in jails, prisons and in several bay area communities. Devon is a former convicted batterer who has been strongly committed to restorative justice and healing. He is a graduate and certified facilitator of the Manalive™ violence prevention program. Devon worked for 10 years in the San Francisco County Jail’s “Resolve to Stop the Violence Project” before starting Men Creating Peace in Alameda County in 2007. He continues to facilitate groups, work with individual clients, and conduct community outreach presentations throughout the bay area on Gender Based Violence prevention and intervention strategies.

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