This webinar series from NNEDV includes three webinars discussing what to expect in court, evidence basics, and custody basics.
“This webinar will cover foundational concepts of “Browning” counseling, describe traditional/individualistic concepts in mental health can be culturally incongruent to Chicanx/Latinx populations and review ways to decolonize of mental health.”
“This session looks at the factors related to delivering mass violence death notifications, the dynamics of death notification teams, training needs and how to integrate a trauma-informed approach.”
Faith Matters, Part 2: A Conversation on Supporting Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Families Experiencing DV
“This workshop helps advocates adopt a faith-sensitive lens and best practices for supporting families who are guided by their faith.”
“This webinar highlights the newly updated “Know It, Name It, Stop It” scripted public awareness program from SPARC and provides tools and strategies to incorporate stalking education into existing programming.”
This podcast is with “Gretta Gordy Gardner the Deputy Director for Ujima., Inc.: a project of the DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence at The National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community”
“In this panel presentation and discussion, investigators and a forensic nurse utilizing virtual software to interview victims, witnesses, and suspects will discuss the advantages and challenges. They will provide tips and talk about pitfalls to avoid.”
“This seminar is designed for prosecutors, CPS workers, and law enforcement officers who will be conducting interviews. The training is designed to increase your understanding of the primary features of forensic interviewing and provide information to enhance your interviewing skills.”
“The goal of this webinar is to provide culturally specific organizations with a how-to on accessing their local continuums of care and provide an overview of available HUD Resources.”
This series discusses 1) Requirements – including basic information about the grounds and residency requirements, 2) Documents and Notification – including information about the documents you will need to file and how to legally notify your spouse, 3) Process for survivors – including information about what the divorce process looks like and what you should consider if you are a domestic violence survivor.