NCADV 2018 Webinar Series

NCADV's monthly advocacy webinars explore emerging issues, insights, best practices, and research from leaders in the domestic violence field. Each webinar offers an opportunity to improve your professional skillset and knowledge base with detailed, hands-on video training, engagingly delivered to you without having to leave your desk. NCADV's 2018 webinars are free for NCADV Members and $50 each for Non-Members.

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NCADV's upcoming webinars are as follows:

Prosecuting Domestic Violence Cases: Efforts to Balance Serving Society and Survivors within a Multidisciplinary Team Framework

Thursday, August 2nd, 2018
1:00pm EST

In this 90-minute webinar you will hear from:

  • Jason R. Emmanuel, Assistant State's Attorney, St. Clair County State's Attorney’s Office

The St. Clair County State's Attorney’s Office will join NCADV to break down the process of how cases are presented to a prosecutor for charging through final disposition in an effort to create a working understanding of how prosecutors manage these important cases. The webinar will then pivot to a discussion of specific examples of how advocates can build productive relationships and work with prosecutors, law enforcement, and other advocacy agencies at various stages in the criminal justice system beginning with the investigation by law enforcement through the monitoring of probationers after final disposition of cases.

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Nonprofit Transformed: Compassion Fatigue, Self Care and Resilience

Wednesday, September 5th, 2018
1:00pm EST

In this 90-minute webinar you will hear from:

  • Cathy Phelps, MA, LCSW, Executive Director, The Center for Trauma & Resilience

On Wednesday, September 5th at 1:00 PM EST, the Center for Trauma & Resilience will join NCADV to discuss the importance of a self-care plan program and details how to implement it in an agency in a step-by-step fashion. It is an instrument designed to help staff perform emotionally intense work day after day, and still come back the next with compassion and empathy. It takes energy to hear hard stories, and it takes special skills to connect with clients and give meaningful responses. This is emotional labor, and it requires that staff manage their own emotions while responding to the emotional state of the other, whether patient, client, or victim.

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Members - Log in to the Member Portal

Non-Members - Click the "Register" link on this page

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All webinar times are listed as Eastern Standard Time. Registration will close one day prior to the scheduled webinar.

If you have any questions, please contact webinars@ncadv.org

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