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06/29/21
Webinar
Motivational Interviewing Skills in Action for Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Teams

This webinar, presented by Jennifer Wyatt and Margaret Soukup, uses newly published resources that focus on using motivational interviewing skills to support behavior change in youth who are involved in juvenile drug treatment courts. These…

06/15/21
Webinar
Tune-In Tuesdays: JDTC Team Members and Adolescent Development

This webinar taught by Jacqueline van Wormer and James Puckett will help JDTC programs and staff understand JDTC client behavior through the lens of adolescent development, racism, trauma, and substance use. This webinar will familiarize…

04/22/21
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A Safe Babies Court - Lessons from Little Rock, Arkansas

Judicial leadership is a cornerstone of the system reform efforts of the NCJFCJ’s Implementation Sites Project. Judges are uniquely positioned to facilitate systems’ reform and are essential catalysts for improving our court’s responses to child…

04/21/21
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Opioids and the Courts: Difficult Conversations Around Recovery

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) with support from the State Justice Institute (SJI) is hosting a series of webinars titled Opioids and the Courts- Difficult Conversations. Join NCJFCJ and expert faculty as we explore…

04/20/21
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Tune-In Tuesdays: JDTC Team Members, MOUs, and Information Sharing

This webinar, taught by Dr. Bridgett E. Ortega will familiarize JDTC programs and staff with information sharing and the developing memorandums of understanding to collaboratively work on a JDTC team. The webinar provides examples of…

04/19/21
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Share a Virtual Pinwheel for National Child Abuse Prevention Month

To raise awareness of the estimated 656,000 children who have abuse, neglect, or maltreatment last year, join the NCJFCJ and Too Small to Fail, the Clinton Foundation’s early childhood initiative, to share a virtual pinwheel. Watch this special…

04/15/21
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A Child- and Family-friendly Court - Lessons from Douglasville, Georgia

Judicial leadership is a cornerstone of the system reform efforts of the NCJFCJ’s Implementation Sites Project. Judges are uniquely positioned to facilitate systems’ reform and are essential catalysts for improving our court’s responses to child…

04/06/21
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A Culturally Responsive Court - Lessons from Rio Grande Valley West, Texas

Judicial leadership is a cornerstone of the system reform efforts of the NCJFCJ’s Implementation Sites Project. Judges are uniquely positioned to facilitate systems’ reform and are essential catalysts for improving our court’s responses to child…

03/29/21
Webinar
Understanding Adolescent Brain Development in Teen Dating Violence Cases

This 90-minute webinar presentation provides participants with a brief overview of brain development to help address adolescent dating violence more effectively and will discuss the promising practices being developed for effective intervention in teen dating…

03/17/21
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Opioids and the Courts: Difficult Conversations Around Preventing Overdose and Death

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) with support from the State Justice Institute (SJI) is hosting a series of webinars titled Opioids and the Courts- Difficult Conversations. Join NCJFCJ and expert faculty as we explore…

03/09/21
Webinar
The Unique Role of Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange in the Family Court System

Download the handoutClick here to watch Segment 1 Presented by Hon. Rosemary Collins (Ret.) and Tiffany Martinez This 90-minute training is based on the Envisioning Solutions for Collaborative Practice Training. This program offers an opportunity…

03/09/21
Webinar
Creating Equal Justice for People with Cognitive and Intellectual Disability in Domestic and Sexual Violence Cases

Break from the Bench: What a judge needs to know about… Creating Equal Justice for People with Cognitive and Intellectual Disability in Domestic and Sexual Violence Cases The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ)…