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Conference on Crimes Against Women (Virtual) SAVE THE DATE
Hosted By: Conference on Crimes Against Women
Date: May 18-20 & 25-27, 2021
Time: 2:00 AM
Description: The Conference on Crimes Against Women (CCAW) is the national clearhinghouse of best practices for law enforcement, prosecuting attorneys, advocates, medical personnel, emergecy telecommunicators, probation and parole officers and others who work in the area of crimes against women. Recognizing that these crimes are unique in nature, CCAW provides the most up-to-date, relevant and effective traiing and techniques that exist to battle this epidemic.
Bystander Intervention to Stop Police Sponsored Violence and Anti-Black Racist Harassment training
Hosted By: Hollaback
Time: 4:00 am ChST
Description: In response to the continued police violence against black communities and the recent murders of Daunte Wright, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, we are offering this free, one-hour, interactive training to train people on how to safely intervene in the face of police violence and anti-black racism using Hollaback!’s 5D’s of bystander intervention.
When Things Seem Out of Control: Crisis Prevention Planning with Dysregulated Youth
Hosted By: HO'OMALUHIA - IVAT - Hawaii Pacific Branch
Time: 9:00AM-11:00AM ChST
Description: Helping youth identify their trauma reactions and prevent episodes of emotional and behavioral dysregulation is an important part of providing care that is truly trauma-informed. "Crisis Prevention Planning" is a process where caregivers collaborate with youth to plan for times when they become dysregulated. It involves efforts to develop a clear picture of the situations and stimuli that tend to trigger traumatic memories and episodes of intrusive re-experiencing, and efforts to identify the maladaptive coping behaviors the youth typically engages in. Crisis Prevention plans include information to help caregivers and youth pick up on the warning signs that precede these behaviors, and identify ways a young person can soothe or distract themselves when they are having trouble regulating. Crisis Prevention Plans help caregivers anticipate what they can do that is likely to be helpful and what is not helpful when the youth becomes dysregulated. Use of these plans has been an effective strategy for decreasing use of seclusion and restraint in residential care settings. This workshop will provide tools for crisis prevention planning with youth, including a template for a safety plan developed for youth in Hawaii.
Presenters: Lesley Slavin Ph.D.; Chief Psychologist
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