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Intimate Partner Sexual Assault

Published: February, 2012| Jennifer G. Long, JD, Jenifer Markowitz ND, RN

This presentation examines the devastating dynamics of sexual assault by an intimate partner including the use of power and control in a battering relationship. It provides an overview of intimate… View this resource

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National Custody Demonstration Project Update: Introducing a New Framework for Family Court Practitioners

Published: February, 2012| Gabrielle Davis, J.D.

Gabrielle Davis, J.D., provides an update on BWJP’s National Custody Demonstration Project and share a newly developed framework to help family court practitioners account for domestic violence in… View this resource

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Resources for Advocates and Attorneys Working with Military-Related Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence

Published: January, 2012| Ellen C. Schell, Esq.

This webinar addresses why it is important to be aware of the unique legal issues that are presented in working with military-related IPV survivors, identify some of those unique needs, and explain… View this resource

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Military Personnel, Veterans, Suicide, and Intimate Partner Violence

Published: January, 2012| Colanda Cato, PhD, Jan Kemp, RN, Ph.D., April Gerlock, PhD, ARNP, PMHNP-BC, PMHCNS-BC

This webinar provides an overview of suicide involving military personnel and veterans, including a discussion of risk factors. It includes information about the suicide prevention initiatives and… View this resource

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Still Feeling Invisible Practical Steps for Your CCR to respond to LGBTQ Needs

Published: January, 2012| Aaron Eckhardt

Most coordinated community responses (CCRs) have only informal arrangements to respond to violence with the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) communities. Often ‘heterosexually… View this resource

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Working with, and Enhancing the Safety of Those Victimized by Violence, Through Victim-Centered Interviewing

Published: January, 2012| James E. Henderson Jr., MSW

In an attempt to enhance the safety of those victimized by offenders, probation officers are increasingly interacting with those victimized. This session addresses signs of secondary trauma that could… View this resource

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Sexual Coercion in the Context of Custody Litigation

Published: December, 2011| Connie J. A. Beck, Gabrielle Davis, J.D.

Scant research has been devoted to how pre- and post- separation sexual coercion functions in the lives of abused women generally and, more particularly, what implications it has for child custody… View this resource

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Open Doors: Development of a "Best Practice" Toolkit for Working with Domestic Violence Survivors with Criminal Histories

Published: November, 2011| Dr. Cris M. Sullivan, Dr. Sheryl Pimlott Kubiak, Paula Callen

The majority of incarcerated women have also been victims of intimate partner violence. Upon their release from jail/prison, these women have difficulty finding services that address their complex… View this resource

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Developing and Implementing a Practice Guide on Domestic Violence for Parenting Evaluators: One Community's Experience

Published: November, 2011| Merril Cousin, Rachael DelVillar, Anne Ganley, PhD

Parenting evaluations are frequently offered in contested custody cases, and many professionals who conduct them do not have expertise or training in domestic violence. Survivors, advocates, and… View this resource

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Applying the Safe and Together Model to Custody and Visitation

Published: October, 2011| David Mandel, MA, Bridget Reilly, MA

The Safe and Together model is being implemented in a number of states and jurisdictions (Connecticut, Ohio, Colorado, Florida, Kansas City, MO) to improve case practice and cross system collaboration… View this resource