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Otters Supporting Otters #NoBystanders

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SEASIDE
Postal Code
93955
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USA
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Student Housing / Title IX Office / Personal Growth and Counseling Center
Event Contact
Contact Name
James Kimbrell
Contact Phone
831-582-3625
Contact Email
jkimbrell@csumb.edu
Description

Student Housing & Residential Life is teaming up with the PGCC and the Title IX Office to present bystander awareness and intervention training, open to anyone on campus. Learn how to spot signs of sexual violence, how to intervene, and how to avoid being a bystander. We will also have time for discussion and Q&A.

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100 Campus Center
Street Address Line 2
Building 12
State
CA

Enhancing Organizational Capacity for Our Communities: Capacity Building Training for OVW CSSP, Underserved, Tribal, and Rural Grantees

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Location
City
Santa Fe
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USA
Sponsoring Agency
Casa de Esperanza - National Latin@ Network
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Enhancing Organizational Capacity for Our Communities: Capacity Building Training for OVW CSSP, Underserved, Tribal, and Rural Grantees

Date: April 24 & 25, 2018

Location: Santa Fe, NM

Application Deadline: March 30th, 2018

Enhancing Organizational Capacity for Our Communities is a 2 day training that will bring together about 30 participants who are interested in strengthening their capacity to effectively manage, operate and sustain their organizations. The goal of this training is to increase the organizational capacity of OVW grantees and their partners serving culturally specific, rural, tribal, and underserved communities. This regional training will provide attendees with significant opportunities for networking, resource and expertise sharing, and critical discussions to enhance the work and overall capacity.

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NM

Enhancing Organizational Capacity for Our Communities: Capacity Building Training for OVW CSSP, Underserved, Tribal, and Rural Grantees

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This is an online event
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Location
City
Santa Fe
Sponsoring Agency
National Latino Network Casa de Esperanza
Event Contact
Contact Name
Maritza Valdez
Contact Phone
651-646-5553
Contact Email
mvaldez@casadeesperanza.org
Description

Enhancing Organizational Capacity for Our Communities is a 2 day training that will bring together about 30 participants who are interested in strengthening their capacity to effectively manage, operate and sustain their organizations. The goal of this training is to increase the organizational capacity of OVW grantees and their partners serving culturally specific, rural, tribal, and underserved communities. This regional training will provide attendees with significant opportunities for networking, resource and expertise sharing, and critical discussions to enhance the work and overall capacity.

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NM

Practical Application of the Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview

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Brighton
Postal Code
80601
Country
USA
Event Contact
Contact Name
Carrie Hull
Contact Phone
413-438-3384
Contact Email
tellmemore@certifiedfeti.com
Description
Practical Application of the Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview Wednesday, April 11 to Friday, April 13, 2018 at 5:00 PM MDT Practical Application of FETI attendees will apply and demonstrate FETI skill sets learned during the Introduction to FETI course. Live examples of Forensic Experiential Trauma Interviews will be utilized to demonstrate the correct practical application of the methodology. Attendees will be required to experience and practice actual FETI interviews in front of other attendees who will offer critique facilitated by a Certified FETI Instructor. Each attendee will participate in a confidential FETI interview facilitated by a Advanced Certified FETI Practitioner with a Specialty in Personal Experience Interviewing. It is essential for those who interview persons who have experienced trauma or high stress to know what it is like to be interviewed about a traumatic event. Additionally, attendees will be expected to perform the role of interviewee multiple times during the course, sharing personal experiences of stress or trauma chosen at their discretion. This course includes practical exercises, individual Personal Experience Interviews and group practice interviews along with comprehensive class discussion. There is a prerequisite of successfully completing the Introduction to Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview course for this training. This course is intended only for professional audiences and fulfills the pre-certification training requirement for those who intend to obtain Basic Certification in Certified FETI. Cost: $1295.00
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Adams County Government Center
Street Address Line 2
4430 South Adams County Parkway
State
CO

Introduction to the Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview

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City
Brighton
Postal Code
80601
Country
USA
Description
 Introduction to the Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview Course Monday, April 9- Tuesday, April 10, 2018 MDT The Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview enables an understanding of how persons who experience trauma or high stress, due to automatic reactions by their brains, actually experienced the event and recorded it into memory. Key to effective evidence gathering, this methodology reduces the inaccuracy of the information provided during an interview and greatly enhances the understanding of the person's traumatic or stressful experience. Attendees will learn how to use the FETI Methodology to ensure that the interview participant feels safe and understood, to maximize recall, and to enhance the investigative process overall by increasing participant cooperation while reducing potentials for false information and recantation. The Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview is a highly effective technique for victim, witness and subject interviews. The Introduction to FETI course includes instruction on The Brain and Prolonged Threat, Defense Circuitry, Dissociation, Tonic Immobility, Collapsed Immobility, Impact of Trauma on Memory, Impact of Ethanol on Memory, the Certified FETI Methodology, Contextual Evidence, Experiential Evidence, Psychophysiological Evidence, the Difference between Questioning and Brain-based Cues, the Role of Interview in Context to an Investigation, the FETI Funnel and Reworking Traditional Questions into FETI Brain-based Cues. Cost:$ 395.00
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Street Address
Adams County Government Center
Street Address Line 2
4430 South Adams County Parkway
State
CO

Enhancing Organizational Capacity for Our Communities: Capacity Building Training for OVW CSSP, Underserved, Tribal, and Rural Grantees

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Location
City
Santa Fe
Country
USA
Sponsoring Agency
Casa de Esperanza
Event Contact
Contact Name
Maritza Valdez
Contact Phone
651-646-5553.
Contact Email
mvaldez@casadeesperanza.org
Description
Enhancing  Organizational Capacity for Our Communities: Capacity Building Training for OVW CSSP, Underserved, Tribal, and Rural Grantees Date: April 24 & 25, 2018 Location: Santa Fe, NM Enhancing Organizational Capacity for Our Communities is a 2 day training that will bring together about 30 participants who are interested in strengthening their capacity to effectively manage, operate and sustain their organizations. The goal of this training is to increase the organizational capacity of OVW grantees and their partners serving culturally specific, rural, tribal, and underserved communities. This regional training will provide attendees with significant opportunities for networking, resource and expertise sharing, and critical discussions to enhance the work and overall capacity.
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NM

Understanding Rape Trauma: From Neurology to Social Stigma

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Chicago
Postal Code
60601
Country
USA
Sponsoring Agency
Rape Victim Advocates
Event Contact
Contact Name
Candice Tindell
Contact Phone
(872) 356-821
Contact Email
ctindell@rapevictimadvocates.org
Description
Understanding Rape Trauma: From Neurology to Social Stigma February 23rd from 12-4pm The goal of this training is to equip mental health professionals with the knowledge to better provide trauma-informed care. Full attendance of this training qualifies for 3.5 CEU credits. Presenter: RVA Trauma Therapist & Clinical Training Specialist, Beth Enterkin, MAAT, LCPC Course Objectives: • Identify neurological underpinnings of rape trauma • Describe rape culture and understand the impact of this social stigma on the mental health and social needs of survivors of sexual violence • Describe the compounding relationship between neurobiology and social stigma in rape trauma syndrome • Consider treatment strategies that interrupt rape trauma syndrome at the neurological and social levels
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180 N. Michigan Ave.
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IL

In Depth Look At Sexual Violence

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City
York
Postal Code
17403
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Turning Point Counseling and Advocacy Center
Description
In Depth Look At Sexual Violence February 26, 2018 – Full Day Training At the conclusion of the training participants will be able to:
  • Identify acts on the sexual violence continuum and their incidence
  • Demonstrate proper disclosure procedures related to sexual assault
  • Identify common child and adult reactions of sexual assault survivors
  • Identify effects of sexual violence on survivors’ sexual expression
  • Relate the criminal justice process to treatment of sexual violence survivors
  • List Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder assessment and evaluation criteria
  • Recognize the role of art, music, sand tray, and body movement therapies in healing
  • Describe the phase-oriented model of treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder
  • Describe the role of adjunctive therapies in the treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder and identify common boundary issues and transference and countertransference traps in Dissociative Identity Disorder treatment
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1000 Indian Rock Dam Road
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PA

Sexual and Interpersonal Violence on College Campuses: What Athletics Leadership and Staff Need to Know

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Albany
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State University of New York
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Sexual and Interpersonal Violence on College Campuses: What Athletics Leadership and Staff Need to Know January 30 9:30am - 4pm Albany, NY In August 2017, the NCAA passed a policy requiring that education and training in sexual and interpersonal violence prevention be provided to athletics leadership and staff as well as student athletes. Beginning in 2018, college Presidents/Chancellors, Athletic Directors and Title IX Coordinators will certify compliance with these training requirements to the NCAA. Beyond compliance requirements, we have an opportunity to share best practices with and among our athletics leadership and staff, to better serve our student athletes and college communities. New York State Education Law 129-B recognizes the importance of training student athletes as leaders to help provide a safer environment for all. This training is intended to be conducted in coordination with each campus’ Title IX Coordinator, who will provide additional, campus-specific, information during and after the program. While this program is developed by and for the State University of New York, non-SUNY college personnel are welcome to register as space allows.
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NY

NOVA Campus Advocacy Training

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NOVA
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NOVA Campus Advocacy Training January 17-February 28, 2018 The National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) has begun a new higher education initiative and training opportunity: NOVA Campus Advocacy Training. • NOVA is now enrolling for our Winter 2018 NOVA Campus Advocacy Training (January 17-February 28, 2018) • The NOVA Campus Advocacy Training (NCAT) is a twenty (20) hour distance learning training designed to meet the growing need for specialized, skill-based training for campus victim advocates. Offered through our National Advocacy Leadership Center (NALC), the six-week NCAT academy provides participants with advanced training in preventing and responding to sexual assault, stalking and interpersonal violence in higher education.
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