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I provide tech asst for our county and I am looking for fact sheet, practice guide and tip sheet samples that are specific to DV and SA. Any ideas or templates?
Vanessa Timmons
08/09/2010
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I am a lic marriage& fam therapist Where/How do I apply to become a provider for MH services for families of Victims of crime?
Rosie Pineda
04/22/2010
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Can someone recommend a good assessment tool for working with children and young people suffering from either direct or indirect domestic abuse? Is there a recommended assessment format? I’m currentl...
Delia Donovan
10/27/2009
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K Bodiford
11/10/2009
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Linda Arata
10/29/2009
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OVCRC
10/26/2009
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There are laws that are in place in many states that make it illegal for children to witness DV. Of course the laws vary. I was wondering if you agree with these and if you do what would be your response t...
Naomi
10/26/2009
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Linda Arata
10/29/2009
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Sherry Hamby
10/29/2009
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How can health educators in high school settings and church youth leaders engage youth in homes where DV happens and the youth who may be the friend or classmate of this person?
Kathie Nixon
10/26/2009
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plcintx
03/10/2010
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What are some key techniques that could be used to help a child with severe attachment disorder caused from dv related Incidence
Bryan
10/26/2009
arrow icon A good treatment approach for young children (up to about 7)...
Miriam Berkman
10/30/2009
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In cases where the offender has been removed from the home, with a full no contact protective order,how do you think the best way to reintroduce the offender to the family after the order is lifted is?
Karen
10/26/2009
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Miriam Berkman
10/30/2009
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How to assist clients that are involved in numerous concurrent DV cases, especially in their juvenile or dependency cases.
kristine rowe
10/26/2009
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Greetings everyone. I am looking forward to hearing fresh ideas on how we can help children exposed to DV. Having witnessed DV myself as a child, I can say that it changes your perspective on relationshi...
Sherrell Wynder
10/26/2009
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Mirian Berkman and Sherry Hamby: As professionals in court and pyschological services for children, Could you please shed some light on how you would go about introducing a new concept; an intervention str...
Yvonne
10/26/2009
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What are some less obvious signs and signals that indicate that a child has been exposed to domestic violence? And what best practices do you suggest to juvenile justice agencies and practitioners that are...
Kim Davis-Gore
10/26/2009
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Sherry Hamby
10/29/2009
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What are the national best practices related to visitation in an attempt to maintain a parental relationship?
Dave B.
10/26/2009
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Paul Clements
11/04/2010
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What do you see as the future of working with children exposed to domestic violence?
Patricia Stern
10/26/2009
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Sherry Hamby
10/29/2009
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I work with a state chapter child advocacy center and we are working on a relationship with domestic violence programs. Has anyone done work with this or does anyone have any formalized relationships betwe...
Amanda
10/26/2009
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cindiw
11/10/2009
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How do you, as a children's group leader, balance working with children who present as aggressive as well as children who present as withdrawn?
12345
10/26/2009
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Miriam Berkman
10/30/2009
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I have been the director of a creative arts therapy program for children and families for 13 years. I am always looking for feedback and ideas about retention for families affected by violence and transit...
cindiw
10/26/2009
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Miriam Berkman
10/30/2009
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What is the best way to handle children who have been exposed to violoence in the home and now they think viloence is the answer? I have two kids who are very violent towards thier mother and others, how ...
Sonia Cortez
10/26/2009
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Miriam Berkman
10/30/2009
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What are your thoughts about working with fathers?
Patricia Stern
10/26/2009
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Paul Clements
07/20/2011
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Miriam Berkman
10/26/2009
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What strategies do you recommend educators use when teaching about/formulating lesson plans for teen dating violence to lesson the trauma to child victims who may be in the classroom?
MLM
10/26/2009
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What advice could you give to a mother(non-offending parent) who is dealing with a child who seemingly sides with the batterer?
Jessica
10/26/2009
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Melissa
10/29/2009
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Are you familar with Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and if so do you have knowledge of its success in helping children exposed to Domestic Violence?
gayle
10/26/2009
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Miriam Berkman
10/26/2009
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What are some of the signs that children may display, if they are exposed to dv? If the signs are noticed, what should be done to help this child?
qtip
10/26/2009
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Sherry Hamby
10/29/2009
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I work for a domestic violence crisis center as the children's advocate. One of my main roles is to facilitate our children's support group for children who have been/are impacted by dv. We currently do no...
Krista
10/26/2009
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How effective would mentoring be in the life of a child experiencing trauma from crime?
K. Dager
10/26/2009
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Miriam Berkman
10/30/2009
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