This educational and informative article defines Critical Race Theory (CRT), including its origins and key principles; explains its relevance to today’s society (i.e. Black Lives Matter, educational policies involving CRT, etc.); and discusses the future of CRT.
It’s vital that we recognize stalking as its own crime, become aware of the specific stalking strategies, and know how stalking behaviors can look unique and affect communities in unique ways in order to respond and support early and appropriately.
In this webinar, Dr. Rebecca Campbell will explain the effect of vicarious trauma on the brain, including how the body and brain respond to trauma, and how it affects those in professions with high levels of vicarious trauma.
Crime victim advocacy is a workspace where trauma, illness, discrimination, violence, victim blaming, and other soul-injuring happenstances are things we hear about frequently. This month, we created a complication of resources and trainings from within the last year centered around self-care. These resources discuss changes that organizations and individuals can make to promote advocate wellbeing.
This webinar focuses on confidentiality issues that arise at emergency situations at local programs, particularly when the emergency arrives from an outside entity.
Knowing how to help survivors navigating these systems can be a crucial and sparsely discussed piece of advocacy work. We created a complication of resources and trainings from within the last year centered around domestic violence advocacy, including how to address some of these barriers as an advocate.
In this season of Paper to Practice, we focus on the findings from two research articles working with survivors of the Detroit sexual assault kit stockpile. Featured experts are Rebecca Campbell, Ph.D. and Katie Gregory, Ph.D.
This web-article discusses alcohol withdrawal syndrome, including the distinction from a hangover, signs and causes, and which therapy modalities can be effective in its treatment.
Suicide is tragic, and we don’t often talk about it in crime victim advocacy. According to SAMHSA, “Asking a loved one about suicide will not make them suicidal. In fact, the person who may be thinking of suicide may feel relieved to be asked about it and grateful to have a safe place to share their thoughts.” So, it’s time we talk about suicide.
View this guide that includes definitions of child abuse and neglect, major types of child abuse and neglect, signs and symptoms, when to report, and more.