Webinar
May 23, 2018
Presenters:Judge Janice Rosa, Retired, 8th Judicial District New York State Supreme Court, Buffalo, NYJudge Berryl Anderson, DeKalb County Magistrate Court, Atlanta GAJudge Elizabeth Berns, King County Superior Court, Seattle WA Description:Managing Trauma for Ourselves, Our Courts, and Our Communities: A Two-Part Webinar Series (75 minutes)  
Webinar
May 23, 2018
Presenters: Judge Janice Rosa, Retired, 8th Judicial District New York State Supreme Court, Buffalo, NYJudge Berryl Anderson, DeKalb County Magistrate Court, Atlanta GAJudge Elizabeth Berns, King County Superior Court, Seattle WA   Description:Managing Trauma for Ourselves, Our Courts, and Our Communities: A Two-Part Webinar Series (75 minutes)  
Creating Effective Protection Orders in Teen Dating Violence Cases
January 3, 2018
Teen dating violence is a pattern of abusive or coercive behaviors used to maintain power and control over a current or former intimate partner. Abuse can be physical, verbal, emotional, digital, sexual, and financial. Abuse affects every sex and gender, people in all types of relationships, and people of all income levels.  After this webinar, you should be better able to: Define teen dating...
Opioid Addiction & Treatment in Tribal Communities
November 9, 2017
Presenters: Sean Bear, 1st, Consultant, Native American Indian and Alaska Native Addiction Technology Transfer Center Honorable Kim McGinnis, Ph.D., Esq., Chief Judge, Pueblo of Pojoaque Tribal Court Dr. Anne Skinstad, Clinical Professor & Director, Native American Indian and Alaska Native Addiction Technology Transfer Center   Description: Opioids are decimating communities across the nation...
Neuropharmacology and Neuroscience of Addiction: Understanding the Brain Science
November 2, 2017
Presenters:Honorable Kim McGinnis, Ph.D., Esq., Chief Judge, Pueblo of Pojoaque Tribal Court Ansley Sherman (Muscogee Creek), Program Attorney, National American Indian Court Judges Association Description:Understanding both psychopharmacology and addiction is very important for professionals who work with people struggling with substance abuse. Working with addicts can be be difficult, because...
VAWA Confidentiality and Protections for Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence
November 1, 2017
Presenters: Leslye Orloff, Adjunct Professor, Director, National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project  Judge Lora Livingston, 261st District Court, Austin, TX Danielle Scott Wiley, Senior Policy Advisor, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Amy Cucinella, Policy Advisor, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)   Description: As the numbers of immigrant family violence victims accessing...
Overcoming the "Buts": Improving your Community's Response to Firearms and Domestic Violence Despite the Obstacles
October 30, 2017
Presenters: Nancy Hart, JD, Senior Program Attorney, National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judges Darren Mitchell, JD, National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judges Consultant   Description: Communities across the country face a variety of obstacles to removing firearms from individuals who are prohibited from having them due to civil protection orders (CPOs) or criminal...
Just Between You and Me… And the Entire World: The Trouble with Teen Sexting
October 13, 2017
  Presenters: The Honorable Marshall Murray, Milwaukee County District Court Jennifer White, JD, Program Director for Curriculum Development and Program Design, Futures Without Violence    Description: Teen sexting is still a hot topic and remains a difficult matter for courts to address.  What are the harms and possible legal implications of this behavior and how might it overlap with dating...
Working with Adolescents Exposed to Domestic Violence
October 5, 2017
A webinar hosted by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges in collaboration with the Center for Court Innovation.   This webinar will explore adolescent brain development and the effects of trauma from domestic violence. Participants will learn about different factors that contribute to youth outcomes, including consideration of exposure to multiple types of violence (e.g.,...
Developing Practice-Based Evidence: Why is it Important to Domestic Violence Advocates and Child Welfare Professionals?
September 22, 2017
Presenter: Carlene Gonzalez, Ph.D., Senior Policy Analyst, NCJFCJ This webinar will offer the audience a platform to discuss: (a) Differences between practice-based evidence versus evidence-based practices; (b) Current literature on commonly used practices among domestic violence and child protection professionals; and (c) Resources available to organizations interested in evaluating their...

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