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Working with Infants, Children, & Youth in SV Immersion Training - Session 2 (out of 6)
Topic: Working with Infants, Children, & Youth in SV Immersion Training - Session 2 (out of 6)
Hosted By: Inspire Action for Social Change
Description: This virtual six-session interactive and intensive training is designed to inspire and prepare trainees to work with infants, children, and youth in a manner that promotes resilience and healing in a visitation setting. In this virtual training, we will explore: Key strategies and skills to build trust, rapport, and relationships with infants, children, and youth in a supervised visitation setting. Strategies for positively engaging with infants, children, and youth in a manner that promotes resilience, hope, and healing. Infant, child, and youth defined policies and practices. Center design and strategies to support creating an infant, child, and youth supportive environment. Self-reflection and growth to enhance professional resiliency. Attendance at all 6 sessions required. Registration closes September 6, 2022.
Location: via Zoom
[ABA CDSV] Advanced Custody Lidigation Institue Day 4
Topic: [ABA CDSV] Advanced Custody Lidigation Institue Day 4
Hosted By: American Bar Association Fund for Justice and Education
Date/Time: Friday, September 23, 2022 3:00 AM - 6:15 AM
Description: A virtual-interactive advanced litigation institute for experienced attorneys to more effectively and holistically represent survivors of domestic violence in contested custody cases. Some topics include standing issues forLGBTQ clients, third party standing, defending emergency hearings, child sexual abuse and children as witness, immigration considerations, and issues with order enforcement.
Location: via Zoom
For more information and virtual links, contact: Ruth Perrin email@example.com
Collaborating to Advance Survivor Voices and Rights in Criminal Justice
Topic: Collaborating to Advance Survivor Voices and Rights in Criminal Justice
Hosted By: National Crime Victim Law Institue
Date/Time: September 20, 23, 27 and 30 4:00 AM - 6:00 AM ChST
Description: Crime victims who interact with criminal justice may find the experience empowering and an aid in their healing journey, or they may experience re- victimization and new traumas from the interaction. What explains the difference in outcome? Survivor empowerment. When survivors are empowered with knowledge of their rights and have the ability to activate them they will have better personal outcomes. Integral to empowering survivors are front-line advocates – system-based and community-based – working together to support victims. This two-week, 10 hour course will teach the fundamentals of advocate collaboration necessary to meaningfully protect survivors’ rights and enhance survivor agency. The course is designed for community- and system-based advocates who serve survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking and dating violence as they interact with criminal justice. The training includes synchronous and asynchronous elements that will teach substantive content and allow time to practice the skills necessary to put knowledge into action. Join this cohort and become a part of the solution!
CAST ACCESS eCourse Learning Exchange: Innovative Advocay Strategies
Topic: CAST ACCESS eCourse Learning Exchange: Innovative Advocay Strategies
Hosted By: Center for Survivor Agency and Justice
Date/Time: Friday, September 23, 2022 4:30 AM - 6:00 AM
Description: The goal of the ACCESS eCourse Learning Exchanges is to provide structure and community for advocates to work through and apply ACCESS eCourse training modules, and to hear about innovative programs from leaders in the field. Each meeting will begin with reflections and questions on the corresponding eCourse module, and then host a guest speaker who will highlight an innovative program in the field related to that month’s topic. Presenters: District Alliance for Safe Housing and Sara Wee, CSAJ
Intersection of Human Trafficking and Substance Use, Collaboration Strategies to Support Survivor
Topic: Intersection of Human Trafficking and Substance Use, Collaboration Strategies to Support Survivor
Hosted By: Future Without Violence
Date/Time: Friday, September 23, 2022 5:00 AM - 6:30 AM
Description: There are many reasons a survivor of trafficking might seek help for their substance use. Service providers, including domestic and sexual violence programs, can play a key role in providing access to trauma-informed support for survivors through strategic partnerships with substance use services. This webinar will highlight collaborative strategies to support survivors in the state of Vermont and West Virginia communities, led by advocacy services and antihuman trafficking local and state task force collaborations. As a result of this webinar, participants will be better able to: a) Describe the intersection of substance use and trauma with human trafficking in the context of domestic and sexual violence. b) Apply a trauma-informed approach to support survivors of human trafficking who are also experiencing substance use. c) Identify potential partnerships to support survivors of human trafficking who struggle with their substance use. d) Explore strategies to enhance collaboration across barriers and challenges, based on the experience of communities in Vermont and West Virginia. Utilize resources to help build or expand collaborations to support survivors of human trafficking. For information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.