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PTSD and Relationships: Intimate Partner Violence Across the Lifespan

Published: August, 2011| April Gerlock, PhD, ARNP, PMHNP-BC, PMHCNS-BC

This webinar addresses some of the research outcomes from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) funded study, "Relationships and PTSD: Detection of Intimate Partner Violence." It also addresses… View this resource

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Custody Issues and Military Families

Published: July, 2011| Dean Christine Church

Military families are very mobile, which presents special issues for military parents seeking to initiate, enforce, or change a custody order. This webinar provides basic information for advocates who… View this resource

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Developing Protocols to Ensure Multiple Opportunities for Safe Disclosures of Domestic Violence

Published: July, 2011| Anne Menard

Anne Menard shares lessons learned from assisting a range of program developing protocols to address domestic violence, included federally-funded programs who thought the populations they were serving… View this resource

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Civil Law Issues and Intimate Partner Violence: What Happens to Military Family Members

Published: June, 2011| Dean Christine Church

This webinar focuses on economic security for military family members who are considering separation or divorce. Advocates will learn about military benefits such as medical care, financial support… View this resource

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Stalking and Protection Orders

Published: June, 2011| NCPOFFC, Michelle Garcia

This webinar provides information on stalking dynamics and highlights examples of prosecution of stalking protection order violations and making the correlating case for prosecuting a stalking crime. View this resource

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Integrating Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence Intervention with Men who Batter

Published: May, 2011| Larry Bennett, Ph.D.

Batterer intervention, and the whole domestic violence field, has been slow, perhaps reluctant to respond effectively to substance abuse. Similarly, most substance abuse interveners have not responded… View this resource

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The National Guard and Reserves and Intimate Partner Violence

Published: May, 2011| David W. Lloyd, Alex Baird, Jane Lux

This webinar provides an overview of the mission and infrastructure of the National Guard and Reserves and clarifies how they relate to the Department of Defense (DoD). It includes substantive… View this resource

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The Blueprint for Safety: Evolution of the Prosecution Response

Published: May, 2011| Jeff Greipp, Teresa Skarda, Mike Seasly, Sandra Tibbetts Murphy

Using the City of St. Paul’s implementation of the Blueprint for Safety, this webinar discusses the application of the Blueprint’s principles to prosecution response in domestic violence cases and… View this resource

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Safety Planning with Battered Mothers Exchanging Children: The Role of the Advocate

Published: May, 2011| Jennifer Rose

In the first of a two-part webinar that will address the challenges of parenting with former partners, Jennifer addresses the role of the advocate in working with battered mothers who share parenting… View this resource

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Putting Context in Criminal No Contact Orders: A New Response for Prosecutors

Published: May, 2011| Jeff Greipp, Sandra Tibbetts Murphy

Many practitioners view criminal no contact orders as an effective and essential tool in keeping victims safer while a prosecution is pending. Victims, however, usually seek to have these orders… View this resource