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Being Trauma Informed
Provided by National Organization for Victim Assistance
Date: September 18, 2019
Time: 3:00 am - 4:30 am ChST

Interest in the impact of psychological trauma goes back at least to the first World War. But for years, the best folks could do was examine the differences in behavior, thoughts, and emotions, between traumatized and non-traumatized soldiers, patients or clients. But holy cow has the development of science both deepened what we can study and how we understand impact! The problem for most non-scientists is making sense of that science. That's where "Being Trauma Informed" comes in - our goal is to make the science accessible, understandable and even entertaining to learn.
Supporting Families Experiencing Domestic Violence who are Involved in the Child Welfare System: Lessons Learned from the Specialized Services for Abused Parents and Children Program
Provided by: Futures without Violence
Date: September 18, 2019
Time: 5:00 am – 6:30 am ChST

Domestic violence programs are important resources for survivors who are involved with the child welfare system. This webinar will share lessons learned from three grantees of the Specialized Services for Abused Parents and Children program: the Texas Council on Family Violence, SAFE Alliance, and the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence. Presenters will share what they’ve learned about serving families affected by domestic violence who are involved with child welfare. They will offer suggestions for domestic violence agencies to better advocate for parent and child survivors of domestic violence and change policies. Presenters will share strategies about partnering with child welfare professionals and increasing understanding about the connection between domestic violence and child abuse. Presenters will also share initial data about the impact of their work. 
The Skills You Need for the Relationships You Want! Incorporating Relationship Skills into Anti-Violence Advocacy
Provided by: The Northwest Network
Date: September 18, 2019
Time: 5:00 am – 6:30 am ChST

Wanting to move beyond a vision of merely ending violence? Looking for opportunities to share information & skills about healthy relationships? Hoping to get more folks in your community connected to your work? Join us for an exciting webinar on the Northwest Network's Relationship Skills Class, and strategies to incorporate relationship skills work into your prevention, community engagement, and direct services work. This presentation will include a brief history of the Relationship Skills Class, examples from our Relationship Skills Class curriculum, and making connections between community engagement and anti-violence movement work.