A trauma-informed organization is one where all practices and services are viewed through the lens of trauma. In a trauma-informed organization, programs respond empathically to survivor needs, ensure their physical and emotional safety, develop realistic goals, and avoid re-traumatization. This training provides guidance on how your organization can become trauma-informed and how to modify policies and procedures to respond to trauma victims.
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This interactive two-day workshop from the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence is designed to build skills and knowledge on the core elements of youth organizing through small group work and experiential learning activities.
Q&A (Queers & Allies / Questions & Answers) is a one-of-a-kind training and consultation project available to d.v. advocates and others who want to improve their advocacy with trans and queer, bisexual, lesbian, and gay survivors of abuse. Through this project, the National LGBTQ IPV Institute brings together advocates from across the country to:
The innovative 18-month Advocacy Learning Center course gives advocates, advocacy program managers and coalition staff a rare chance to come together for self-reflection, inspiration and an opportunity to re-think approaches to individual, institutional and community advocacy. Deadline to apply is March 18, 2019!
The National Judicial College is pleased to present a four-day program for judges on handling cases involving domestic violence. This practical nuts-and-bolts, hands-on and highly interactive “judge-centered” program will focus on the needs of judges who handle these cases.
The National Judicial Institute on Domestic Violence (NJIDV) offers interactive workshops that will provide an essential foundation for new and experienced state, tribal and territorial judges and judicial officers to enhance their skills in handling civil and criminal domestic violence cases.