Meet Authors, Researchers, Experts at Richmond Conference

Ross Rosenberg

“We uphold George Elliot’s belief that: ‘It’s never too late to be what you might have been’.”

The best cure for homelessness is to prevent it. Saffron Strand’s 8th Annual Homeless Workforce Conference, June 12-13 at the Richmond Memorial Auditorium, focuses on “Working Upstream: What Can We Do to Prevent Homelessness?”

The 2017 Conference brings leading authors, researchers, and experts together to educate, train, and support those who work with vulnerable populations about how to work “upstream” to prevent people from becoming homeless.

For this demanding job, it’s vital to keep front line social service, healthcare, and employment services workers healthy and effective. Four nationally acclaimed authors bring this year’s Conference wide-ranging experience, insight, and creative solutions.

Ross Rosenberg, an international authority on Codependency, Self-Love Deficit Disorder, and Self-Love Recovery, offers workshop training developed exclusively for Conference participants. Rosenberg is the bestselling author of The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us. He also is the founder of Clinical Care Consultants, a Chicago-area counseling center, and the Self Love Recovery Institute, a training/seminar and professional certification firm. Mr. Rosenberg’s practice specializes in narcissism, codependency, trauma, and sex addiction. His YouTube channel has garnered more than 5.5 million views and 51,000 subscribers.

Steve Early, based in Richmond, presents “Progressive Cities: Forging A Different Path for People In Need.” Early has worked as a labor journalist, lawyer, organizer, or union representative since 1972. His writing about labor relations and workplace issues has appeared…

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