Why the Antidote?
Antidote: "a medicine or other remedy for counteracting the effects of poison, disease, etc." (Dictionary.com)
Interpersonal Violence is a widespread social disease that spreads individually but can be stopped collectively.
Interpersonal Violence thrives within silence, so we will be doing the exact opposite -- by empowering Survivors in every state of our nation to use our voices to heal, speak, and rise together.
We must lift one another if we are to achieve anything at all.
Antidote Conference: a two-day summit of talks, calming & engaging activities, workshops & entertainment to turn Survivors' lives & finances around!
The mission of The Antidote Conference is to inform, uplift, and equip Survivors of interpersonal violence by providing psychological, legal, and financial information and support services to help them reclaim their lives, strive for justice, and enhance their finances.
1.) Help to set interpersonal violence Survivors FREE!!!
2.) Help to create a national psychological, legal & financial recovery safety net for Survivors
3.) Help to hasten professional & legal accountability for those sworn to aid Survivors
- Mindfulness Meditation Exercises
- Survivors' Panel w/ Trauma Therapists
- Child Abuse Survivors' Restorative Panel
- Male Mental Health Panel & Workshop
- Creatively Therapeutic workshops
- Legal workshop
- Financial workshop
- Interfaith & Culture Panel
- Intimacy Reintegration Panel
- Age-Appropriate Preventative Education for Youths
- Cyber Safety
- Creative Therapies: art, writing, speaking, barbershop
- Outdoor Adventures & Self-Defense
Day 2 (evening)
- DINNER RECEPTION
- Concluding Thoughts
- Contests, Raffles & Prizes!!
- Mindfulness Meditation & WOOSAH
Speakers & Workshop Leaders
AND MANY MORE...!
Let us know if you'll be attending!
Stephanie M. Mosley
(Creator, Founder & Director)
Stephanie M. Mosley is a Multiple-IPV Survivor, Scholar, Screenwriter, Actor/Singer, and Philanthropic Activist in Los Angeles, CA, originally from Mobile, AL. She is a Graduate Student within Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education & Psychology, with a focus on Social Entrepreneurship & Change. Stephanie is determined to infuse life, hope, joy, resources, and services into survivors of sexual violence, domestic violence, and sex trafficking around the nation and world so that they can build a stronger foundation for their individual futures that is full of peace, self-love, joy, and hope. This widespread healing will be shared within a unique event called The Antidote Conference, of which Stephanie M. Mosley is the Director.
Stephanie is also a leader who educates the masses about how to infuse Historical Empathy into our society to heal the generational wounds of racial biases within our economy and governance through a unique liberation pedagogy, called The Black Alliance Transformation. It is with hope that this unique learning experience can provide a stronger foundation for our nation’s morale to be rebuilt upon. Stephanie's efforts are also dedicated to enhancing the lives and opportunities of foster youths and unhoused adults.