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A discussion with agency representatives about the unique strategies they are employing to assist children survivors of abuse. Josh serves as the Director of Special Initiatives and Community Education for the Fort Bend Women’s Center.
He oversees multiple innovative programs targeted at improving outcomes for survivors of intimate partner violence.
He leads a unique initiative that has made FBWC a national pioneer in the use of neurofeedback for traumatic brain injury and trauma symptoms.
Additionally, Josh oversees a positive reinforcement program with the goal of increasing client motivation using a token economy.
This session will support advocates to increase their skills in identifying the different criminal and civil legal remedies available to LGBTQ survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. ” will also provide tools to navigate the legal system, strategies to recognize and respond to the barriers LGBTQ survivors face and practical tips to ensure effective, creative legal advocacy specific to LGBTQ-survivors’ needs and experiences.
Language, Culture and Gender-Based Violence: Ensuring Meaningful Access to Limited English Proficient Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence Ensuring meaningful access to limited English proficient (LEP) survivors of domestic and sexual violence is recognizing how gender bias and cultural identity may prevent access to services.
Immigration legal experts will answer questions such as: • What should noncitizen survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault do if they come into contact with local or state law enforcement?
• What should they do if they come into contact with immigration?
CEUs: 1.5 SW, LPC, LMFT hours We’re in this Together: Folding Prevention into our Advocacy Our movement envisions a world where no one would dream of humiliating, hurting, dominating, or controlling the person they love. From children’s advocates to development staff, we can all promote prevention messaging, and cross-team collaborations bolster our program’s prevention and community education work.
Tyreena Heck and María Limón, TCFV’s prevention coordinators will present prevention strategies that can be employed agency-wide.
Re Centering Services: Understanding Rules Reduction in Shelter & Services Interested in enhancing your ability to provide trauma-informed & survivor-centered services at your agency?
Ever wondered how to approach reducing rules for services while still offering a supportive service environment?
These webinars: This webinar will provide advocates with a basic understanding of legal definitions and law pertaining to family violence.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating