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Trauma Informed Advocacy for Children and Families during the Judicial Process

  • Category Group Events
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  • Address Owensboro, KY


Child victims of abuse and neglect experience complex trauma that impacts resiliency. Court-connected professionals and frontline workers need tools to help reduce trauma. Specifically designed for attorneys, social workers, court clerks, CASAs, judges, bailiffs, case managers, and others connected to Family Court proceedings. (CLE and CE approval requirements in process) This training will address impacts of trauma, risk factors, the influence of culture and family on creating relationships with the victim, and ways to support children and families during the judicial process. The training will also help participants identify tools to increase resiliency in child victims, their families, and systems-based personnel.As a result of this training, participants will be able to: Describe how complex trauma impacts behavior in children and relationships in families. Identify 3 best practices for trauma-informed approaches to working with children and non-offending family members in the judicial process.

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