Focuses on the widespread behavioral health impact that Hurricane Katrina had. This webinar presents the direct operation of response and recovery services from the days preceding Katrina and into the present day.
The NCTSN has produced dozens of webinar series, comprised of virtual presentations by expert researchers and practitioners, on various topics in the field of child traumatic stress. Most webinars are from 60 to 90 minutes in length and are available for continuing education credit.
Remembers the 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. This webinar series discusses how 33 of our Network centers and 31 of our partners assisted in 22 states making the response to Katrina the greatest NCTSN response and recovery effort to date.
Discusses the processes leading maltreated youth to become involved in the juvenile justice system.
Is an abridged version of the opening plenary from the 2015 NCTSN Implementation Summit. This webinar discusses questions addressed in the plenary that permeated throughout each of three Summit tracks.
Promotes the successful training, adoption, implementation, and sustainability of evidence-based treatment and practices.
Explains how to understand implementation research.
Discusses sexual assault that occurs within the context of ongoing relationships and those that occur in a one-time interaction (e.g., at a party, among casual acquaintances, friends who are not in an ongoing intimate/romantic relationship).
Discusses the key causes, major consequences, and professional responses related to community violence and its traumatic stress-related impacts on youth.
Discusses the Safe Places, Safe Spaces video product.
Offers concrete strategies and recommendations for providers working with LGBTQ youth who have experienced trauma. This webinar series discusses how to increase access to services, create a safe environment for care, and work with families and schools.
Addresses several local, state, and federal policy issues. This webinar series includes presentations from key policy experts, NCTSN members, affiliates, and partners who have played a leadership role in child trauma policy efforts.
Guides participants in understanding the Defending Childhood Initiative and its policy implications for the child trauma field.