How to Lead Your Community Virtually During Difficult Times - Webinar Series April 4th, April 8th, April 11th, April 15th | Webinar Series
This Webinar Series will address the needs of the Imams, Chaplains, Social Service Providers, and Spiritual Advisors during this pandemic. They have had to adapt to leading the community and provide counseling virtually while being stressed as well. In difficult times, Domestic Violence tends to increase as people are homebound and there is a lack of access to services (counseling, advocacy, shelter) and increased stressors. Register Here
Coping with Stressful Times While Being Homebound: A Webinar March 22, 2020 | Webinar
A webinar with Imam Mohamed Magid (ADAMS) and Sr. Salma Abugideiri (PFP) on stress management, boundaries, privacy and anger management. View the Webinar
Let's Talk About Marriage March 1st, 2020 | MAC Westmount
Peaceful Families Project (PFP) trainer, Salma Abugideiri, LPC spoke at the Let's Talk About Marriage event hosted by Muslim Association of Canada Westmount on March 1st, 2020 Location: Mac Westmount Centre, 312 Commissioners Rd W Unit 5, London, ON N6J 1Y3, London, Ontario, Canada
Train-the-Trainers June 15-16, 2019 | DC Metro Area
Peaceful Families Project (PFP) will be hosting a Train-the-Trainers (TOT) on Saturday, June 15 to Sunday June 16, 2019 in the DC Metro Area.
For our Training of Trainers, we are seeking individuals who have had some experience working with domestic violence (DV) in any capacity and who are already comfortable with public speaking, but would like to deepen their ability to address the Islamic perspective and would like resources and materials to aid in addressing this topic. We will expect anyone seeking to become a trainer for PFP to assist or attend a PFP event prior to representing the organization in any training capacity; however, we encourage everyone to use our resources as appropriate in any community outreach.