2014 10-Part Series

Building Trauma-Informed Services for Children, Youth, and Parents Impacted by Domestic Violence

Building Trauma-Informed Services for Children, Youth, and Parents Impacted by Domestic Violence is a 10-part webinar series for domestic violence advocates, supervisors, and mental health clinicians working in DV programs. Through this series, participants will gain enhanced understanding and practical strategies for supporting survivors and their children to address challenges, promote resilience, and heal from the traumatic effects of interpersonal violence. The series builds on a core curriculum, Children Exposed to Domestic Violence, written by Patricia Van Horn, PhD, in collaboration with NCDVTMH and will offer practical tools, tips, and discussion guides for creating trauma-informed child and family-centered programming.

All live webinars will be closed captioned.

2013 Webinar Series

Practical Strategies for Creating Trauma-Informed Services and Organizations

This webinar series builds on previous NCDVTMH webinars, which offered a framework for understanding trauma in the context of domestic violence and for responding to trauma in the lives of survivors and their children. This new series will focus on practical strategies and tools for creating accessible, culturally attuned, domestic violence- and trauma-informed services and organizations.

All live webinars were closed captioned.

2013 8-Part Webinar Series

Substance Abuse, Trauma, and Domestic Violence

Substance Abuse, Trauma, and Domestic Violence is an 8-part webinar series with Patti Bland, MA, CDP. This webinar series will build on Real Tools: Responding to Multi-Abuse Trauma, offering a practical toolkit for providing trauma-informed services that are responsive to the needs of survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault affected by substance abuse.

2013 Webinars

Independent Topics

This group of webinars covers a range of independent topics.

2012 Webinars & Seminars

Visit this section for the archive of webinars and seminars from 2012.

  • Center Highlights

  • News & Updates