Webinars

In order to best serve survivors of sexual assault in an emergency department setting, it is imperative for advocates to be well acquainted with the forensic exam process.  During this webinar, presenters will thoroughly explain the forensic exam from start to finish, including medical history, assault history,...

From the event description: Interest in the impact of psychological trauma goes back at least to the first World War. But for years, the best folks could do was examine the differences in behavior, thoughts, and emotions, between traumatized and non-traumatized soldiers, patients or clients. But...

    CONTENT Nuisance ordinances – which impose civil and criminal penalties on residents for seeking police or emergency medical assistance - purport to discourage crime and promote safety and quality of life within communities.  However, recent advocacy and research have revealed that these laws and policies have...

Registration at this ZOOM LINK: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UgMdQ01YQ p6FoApq_LFLpw Deaf Victim Advocates from DeafHope and DeafSAFE will discuss the challenges of providing equal access to communication for Deaf survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault during legal proceedings. The webinar is intended for DV/SA service providers, victim...

Preventing Restorative Disaster: Key Elements & Essential Practices A Two-Part Mini Webinar Series with Molly Rowan Leach for Non-Profits, Restorative Justice Programs, and professional staff and leadership within human systems.  We will cover the two primary areas of focus: "upstream" policy, practice, and team-building; and restorative conflict...

Preventing Restorative Disaster: Key Elements & Essential Practices A Two-Part Mini Webinar Series with Molly Rowan Leach for Non-Profits, Restorative Justice Programs, and professional staff and leadership within human systems.  We will cover the two primary areas of focus: "upstream" policy, practice, and team-building; and restorative conflict...