Are you looking for innovative solutions to address complex social challenges?

Do you want to take your personal and professional development to new heights?

We are thrilled to announce that Strategic Interventions has launched a newly designed and beautiful website.

With a great layout and easy navigation, our website provides an immersive experience, just like our community-driven spaces. Whether you are looking to attend our events or workshops, book one of our meeting rooms, or learn more about our organization, our website is the perfect starting point.

Our team of expert facilitators, trainers, and presenters possess a wealth of knowledge and experience. We are grounded in strong theoretical frameworks and current research, ensuring that each interaction with us is informative, transformative, and inspiring.

At Strategic Interventions, we believe that meetings and training events should be immersive, innovative, and community-driven.

Our spaces are intentionally designed to ignite creativity, encourage collaboration, and foster a sense of community. Our new space is conveniently located in the vibrant neighborhood of Commercial Drive in Vancouver.

We are also proud to be a social enterprise of Battered Women’s Support Services (BWSS). When you attend one of our events or workshops, you are not only investing in your own personal and professional development, but you are also contributing towards a meaningful cause. All revenue generated goes towards related expenses and funding critical and essential violence prevention and intervention services operated by BWSS.

Ready to be a part of a community of change-makers? Visit our new website at to learn more about our upcoming events, how to book one of our meeting rooms, or to request training programs for your organization.

You may also connect with us via email at

Upcoming Events – Register Now!

“Beyond Inclusion: Centering Racialized Survivors in the GBV Sector” is a training opportunity based on BWSS’s recent Colour of Violence, a community-based research project identifying key barriers for racialized survivors accessing anti-violence services.

Battered Women’s Support Services (BWSS) Strategic Interventions is pleased to offer two upcoming sessions in June for frontline workers in anti-violence and social service organizations.

Please join us in catalyzing positive change to increase access, safety, and justice for Indigenous, Black, newcomer immigrant/refugee, and racialized survivors in B.C.

Wednesday June 7
Free Online Training
Time: 10:00 am – 11:30 am PST / 1:00pm – 2:30 pm EST
Location: Zoom

Register here!

Thursday, June 15
In-Person “Lunch-and-Learn”
Time: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm PST
Location: Commercial Drive, Vancouver BC
Catered lunch, coffee and tea will be provided

Register here!

These sessions will be facilitated by Harsha and Melody of BWSS’s Research and Policy team, with a territorial welcome and introduction by Summer Rain, Indigenous Justice Lead and Manager of the Indigenous Women’s Program at BWSS.

The Tree of Life is a hopeful and inspiring approach to working with children, young people, and adults who have experienced trauma. This approach can be used for team building within social services organizations.

This methodology was co-developed through a partnership between Ncazelo Ncube and David Denborough (Dulwich Centre Foundation). Ncazelo and David initially developed this Tree of Life approach to assist colleagues who work with children affected by HIV/AIDS in southern Africa. This approach has proved so successful and popular that it is now being used with children, young people, and adults in a wide range of countries across Africa, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Russia, Nepal, the USA, and elsewhere. This methodology has been adapted by Rosa Elena Arteaga from a trauma-informed approach.

Through interactive participation,  participants will personally experience the power and benefits of exploring and learning The Tree of Life methodology.

Friday June 23
In-Person Workshop
Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm PST
Location: Commercial Drive, Vancouver BC
Catered lunch, coffee and tea will be provided

Register here!

The workshop will be facilitated by Rosa Elena Arteaga, Director of Clinical Practice and Direct Services with Battered Women’s Support Services.

Meeting rooms for team meetings, training, workshops, or work space. You decide!

Looking for a versatile space to host your team meetings, training sessions, workshops or need a hot desk to work from? Look no further!

Our room bookings are the perfect solution, allowing you to customize the space to meet your specific needs.