May 25-27, 2022
Wyndham Grand Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort
Orlando, Florida
Theme: "The Challenge of Change"



Recent events of the past 2 years have had long term dramatic impact on our lives. As a society, we saw a pandemic, a renewed uprising around racial injustice, a tumultuous election season, and for many, a collision of all of the facets of our lives coming together. The Visitation room moved online, and providers were forced to explore new ways to both keep the lights on and remain physically and mentally healthy. This has only amplified a number of simultaneous personal, social, medical, political, and economic crises. 

Supervised Visitation providers have seen this impact and there have been profound changes in our work. This conference will focus on how providers can innovate and "Change" to address the new realities of our work, including how we can adapt to pros and cons of new technologies, address increasingly complicated issues of mental health and commit to diversity, inclusion and equity in our work.

“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” – James Baldwin

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SVN Member Rates

$399 In Person 

$299 Virtual Attendee Learn about the Virtual Experience

$599 Send 5 Virtual Attendees

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This will be a Hybrid Event!  Attend in person or virtually!
Hotel rooms will be $154/night

The Deadline to book rooms has passed, we have a few rooms reserved contact Joe Nullet if you need a room at the conference rate.


A very special thank you to our platinum sponsor!




Plenary Speakers


Lundy Bancroft has spent the last thirty years of his career specializing in abuse, trauma, and recovery. He is the author of Why Does He Do That?, the largest-selling book in history on domestic violence, and his professional book The Batterer as Parent won the 2005 literary award from the North American Resource Center for Child Welfare. His latest book, The Joyous Recovery, is his first for a general audience, gathering into one volume his 30 years of experience and wisdom regarding emotional healing.

Lundy was a counselor for abusive men for over a decade, and then devoted himself to taking what he had learned from that experience and sharing it with abused women, and with the friends, family, and professionals who assist them.


 Charles Clark, the creator of the Thrive Planner and the Thrive Tribe Podcast, is an expert in habit improvement, discovering purpose, vision creating and goal setting. After he became the 6th fastest man in the world, a devastating injury left him searching for his identity. Charles developed techniques that brought clarity to his life’s purpose while establishing massive confidence.

Charles’ modern transformation strategies, empowering presentations, and high-performance mindset hacks have made him a sought-after motivational speaker and coach for leading organizations like Dick’s Sporting Goods, Nike, Raymond James Financial, Frontier Communications, iHeart Radio, US Army, and FSU.



Dr. Marsha D. Brown is a Licensed Psychologist and mental health expert with specializations in forensic and clinical psychology. Whether conducting forensic psychological evaluations for family, criminal, and civil court matters, or working clinically as a therapist with those adjusting to crisis and trauma, Dr. Marsha works with people who are struggling and helps them to cope with and overcome challenges.

Dr. Marsha speaks at conferences and venues across the United States and delivers presentations on Deconstructing Stress, as well as mental health management and assessment.