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Building Our Capacity to Serve LGBTQ Survivors - Shared screen with speaker view
Elizabeth Moschella
17:17
Elizabeth Moschella from Portsmouth, NH. HAVEN.
Shawna Johnson
17:19
Shawna Johnson, LSW, Metropolitan Family Services, Chicago IL
Clarissa Johnson
17:20
Clarissa Johnson, LMSW United Family Services Little Rock, AR
Jamie Chiampi
17:28
Jamie, Social worker for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections
Alyssa Pesce
17:40
Alyssa Pesce, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA
Jessica Feighan
17:43
Hi! Jessica here. Director of Education, Outreach, and Operations from The Rowan Center, a sexual assault resource agency, located in Stamford, CT.
Liv Linn
17:44
Hey y’all, LGBTQ Services Specialist from Durham Crisis Response Center
Katherine Stoltenberg
17:46
My name is Katherine Stoltenberg from Blair County PA. I attend Penn State Altoona and Intern with Evolution Counseling.
Nancy Paraskevopoulos
17:48
Nancy Paraskevopoulos, Case Manager at the YWCA in Cincinnati :)
Kanika Shirole
18:02
Kanika Shirole, Domestic Violence Counselor at Apna Ghar in Chicago
Patti Bauerbach
18:04
Drew Antill and Patti Bauerbauch Shelter advocates with Eve Inc in Marietta, Ohio
Katlyn White
18:08
Katlyn, Education and Outreach Coordinator, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, Ohio
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
18:20
Welcome everyone! We are please that you have joined today's webinar. We are recording today's webinar, so please be sure to mute your lines by clicking the mute button on the lower left hand side of the screen. Thank you!
Q Thomas
18:23
Q Thomas, Family Rescue, Chicago IL
Kara Gore
18:24
Kara Gore, pediatric oncology SW in Lexington, KY
Sarah McClure
18:32
Sarah McClure from Saving Grace Bend Oregon
stephanie hogate
19:02
Hello, Stephanie Hogate from PORT in Nags Head NC
Alex Hicks
19:21
Alex Hicks from 18 Degrees, Pittsfield MA
Helene Harris
19:25
Helene Harris, from Helen's Haven CAC in Hinesville, Ga
Deborah McCurdy
19:32
Hello everyone. I am Deborah McCurdy. I work as a Victim Advocate at Turning Point, which is a non-profit domestic violence shelter in central Ohio. We serve a total of 6 counties.
Tonia Moultry
19:46
Hello everyone, This is Tonia with NNEDV. Welcome to the webinar
James Vidacovich
19:59
James Vidacovich, Louisiana Dept. of Children and Family Services, TANF Program Manager
Shelly Beckford
21:24
Thanks for having uS :)
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
21:53
We will share the webinar recording with all of you on the line and the FVPSA state administrators and state domestic violence coalitions that will share it with their local DV programs.
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
22:04
The PowerPoint will also be included
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
23:11
We are so pleased that all of you joined today's webinar! Please feel to use the chat for any questions or comments that you'd like to share!
Carrie - Circle VT
23:25
Carrie , Family and Youth Services Coordinator with Circle, in Barre, Vermont.
Shelly Beckford
23:38
Awesome! My boss be pulling me at 2:30PM for a Meeting but I really want to hear all of this presentation
Isadora Coates
25:25
Should we be able to hear you yet?
Amy Ranard
25:54
yes
Sonya Yelbert
26:31
Military, Victim Advocate
Johanne Delly
26:33
Centerboard in Lynn, Ma Outreach worker
katie sutton
26:35
Katie Sutton, Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate, United States Air Force
RAchel Welch
26:37
Clinical Case manager in mental health
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
26:38
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Tracy Hayden
26:40
First Response Coordinator
Kaylee brown
26:40
Dometic violence advocate
Caitlyn Largent
26:42
Campus Advocate!
Nicole Schmitgen
26:44
Social worker with Department of corrections in WI
Angelica Addison
26:45
What if we're a student?
McKenna Kline
26:46
Sexual assault community advocate
Jenna Clayton
26:46
Youth Services Case Manager
HaoPay Lee
26:47
Violence Free Minnesota, Equity & Capacity Building Program Manager
Geoffrey Stratton
26:47
Long Term Service Coordinator for individuals with special needs
Marisha Childs
26:49
Managing Attorney for Clackamas Women's Services
Gabrielle Dietrich
26:49
Gabby Dietrich prevention education coordinator
JENNIFER CONTRERAS
26:50
Sandy mental health case manager lead
Jessica Feighan
26:50
Director of Education at Rape Crisis Center
Jasmine Acevedo
26:51
Crime Victim Advocate
Liv Linn
26:51
LGBTQ Services Specialist
Catherine Koch
26:51
DV/SA - Children's Program Manager
Kaitlyn Huber
26:52
Sexual Assault Response Team Coordinator
Theresa Adlam
26:52
victim services to all crimes
Ariel Dair
26:52
I am a victim advocate and counselor for Eve, Incorparated
Ryan Seufer
26:52
I am the LGBTQ Specialist at Family Services, I work as the facilitator for training on LGBTQ DV Survivors
Jamie Chiampi
26:53
Case management, reentry coordinator, counselor, masters student
Jennifer Elliott
26:54
Domestic Violence Adocate
Gia Fendeis
26:54
Domestic Violence Advocate
Katherine Bernola
26:54
Rape Crisis Center Advocate
Alicia Noriega
26:55
Administrative Liaison
Johanna Durazzi
26:55
Ali Longo, Interpersonal Violence Counselor (LGBTQ+ Specific)
Kanika Shirole
26:56
Domestic Violence Counselor
angela Maxwell
26:56
Domestic violence advocate
Jasiah Ruiz
26:56
BSW student
Esther Bradeen
26:57
domestic violence counselor
Shelley Schreiner
26:58
SART Coordinator
Courtney Pittman
26:58
DV Case Manager -VA
Melisa Linden
26:58
DV advocate
Stephanie Bonnett
26:59
domestic violence and sexual assault advocate
Nora Reyes
27:00
sexual assault advocate CT
Kaylee Moore
27:01
BSW student
Rosa Torres
27:02
msw student
Tania Romero
27:02
Youth Care Worker
Ashley James
27:02
youth partner for WISe
Clarissa Johnson
27:03
therapist
Anna Chalker
27:03
DSS social worker
Kaylynn Trombley
27:03
State of NH Admin
Gillian Galdy
27:05
dv advocate
Lisa Battaglia
27:05
Domestic Violence Advocate
Shuan King
27:06
Victims Advocate
Alejandra Ochoa
27:06
mew student from chicago
Jordan Johnson
27:09
Grad student
Jill Grampovnik
27:11
CSW Mayo Hospice
Denise Scotland
27:12
Training & TA Specialist - Underserved Populations
Claremarie Bonafede
27:13
Mental Health and Wellness Admin
Lori Nelson
27:15
Director of Community Engagement
Maylen Martinez
27:15
Maylen Martinez The Rowan Center/ Advocate
Katherine Scott
27:16
BSW Student
Ammy Swaby
27:17
Forensic Interviewer
Angelica Addison
27:17
MSW Student
Erika Daniel
27:18
sexual assault advocate
Christine Boyles
27:21
Advocate and counselor
Rhonda Nichols
27:22
DV Advocate
Heather Barnes
27:22
Social Service Specialist
Sarah Demps
27:25
executive director- domestic violence and sexual assault center
Heather Bellew
27:26
Legal Advocate/Paralegal - Mosaic Georgia
Chanese LASSITER
27:27
DV case manager counselor
Courtney Barrie
27:29
Campus prevention coordinator and victim advocate
Sarah Meyerdierks
27:38
Victim advocate case manager for Catholic Charities of Fairfield County in CT
Whitley Nelson
27:39
DV advocate
reed (he/they, RVA)
27:44
reed, he/they, Richmond, VA, Virginia Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Action Alliance (state coalition) Crisis Response Team Director (advocate and social worker
Olga Rosado
27:46
Outreach and Management
Isadora Coates
27:47
Domestic violence advocate and Navigator in PDX
Beatriz Vazquez
27:50
IFCS care coordinator for Beacon Health Options
Nikiya Eaton
27:51
Program Director- We Rise (Lynn, MA)
TerraAnn Thompson
27:53
My name is TerraAnn Thompson, I am a BSW student.
Alex Hicks
28:03
lgbtqia+ youth group facilitator
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
28:03
This is the call-in number for audio by phone. Please be sure to MUTE your line if you call in. *6 to mute your line
Whitley Nelson
28:05
Shelter manager and youth services coordinator at Branches Domestic Violence Shelter
Kayla Quigley
28:10
MSW Student at Binghamton University
Sarah McClure
28:10
Sarah McClure Saving Grace Bend Oregon - Grants Reporting Coordinator
ALice Caron
28:12
Care Corridnator Intergrated Family Support
Shannon Flowe
28:16
Shannon FloweWrap specialist/ Family AdvocateThe centers for families and children
Megan Gray
28:16
Prevention Education Program Coordinator at the One Love Foundation
Shelly Beckford
28:17
LGBTQ+ Veteran Advocate - GWHouston and Combined Arms Houston
Tina Recker
28:20
Tina Recker again - I didn't mention that I'm a Violence Prevention Educator as well as a S.A. Advocate
HEATHER SILVEIRA
28:39
Mental health rehab specialist/Case manager
Isadora Coates
28:44
I cannot hear any audio...
Alex Hicks
29:38
@isadora coates - bottom left of my screen had an audio button I had to click
Shelly Beckford
29:50
Audio - Click on the sound at the bottom right hand corner of you computer screen and change output
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
32:26
Isadora -- can you call in for audio?
Isadora Coates
32:51
I was able to get the audio working. Thank you!
Shelly Beckford
33:32
Hooray!
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
33:47
Great Isadora!
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
34:10
If any of you have any questions, please feel free to type them into the chat box.
Angelica Addison
34:50
When did the program start and where is it located?
Zoe Nesin
35:10
Yes
Sonya Yelbert
35:10
no
katie sutton
35:12
Yes
Gillian Galdy
35:12
yes
Jenni Palkovic
35:13
yes
Kaitlyn Huber
35:14
yes
Wanda I Lopez Bosques
35:14
no
Alejandra Ochoa
35:15
no
Theresa Adlam
35:15
no
ALice Caron
35:17
no
Stephanie Bonnett
35:17
yes
Jessica Feighan
35:18
No
Bethany Coldren
35:18
No
Hunter Datres
35:19
no
Charles LaBarre
35:19
I have not
Melisa Linden
35:20
yes
Catherine Koch
35:20
yes
Lori Nelson
35:20
yes
M. Pacelli
35:20
no
Sarah Meyerdierks
35:21
yes
Anna Chalker
35:21
no
Denise Arce
35:22
no
Claudia Leiva
35:22
no
Amy Ranard
35:23
no
JENNIFER CONTRERAS
35:23
no
Stephanie Varilek
35:26
no
Alex Hicks
35:26
no
Kayla Quigley
35:26
no
Alyssa Pesce
35:26
Not yet :)
Arlene Donovan
35:26
no
Lisa Battaglia
35:26
No
Joanna Fosque
35:27
no
Christine Boyles
35:28
no
Denise Scotland
35:29
Been on a few other wbinars
Isadora Coates
35:30
yes
Charlotte Burrell
35:30
not yet
Courtney Pittman
35:30
no
Briana Miller
35:31
No
Rocio Barajas
35:31
no
Jazmine Booth
35:32
no I have not
Jodi Sowden
35:34
I have not.
Angelica Addison
35:35
I attended an ally training last Fall on my campus.
Heather Bellew
35:41
no
Deborah McCurdy
35:41
No-I have not
Daryl Trowbridge
35:41
not yet
Jill Grampovnik
35:42
no
reed (he/they, RVA)
35:42
yep!
Marisha Childs
35:44
no, a co-worker recently attended something in Seattle for our organization
angela Maxwell
35:46
One webinar
Monique Randle
35:46
I have not
Kacey Poorman
35:47
not yet!
McKenna Kline
35:47
I haven't beford
Beth Dropic
35:47
no
Tammy Oliver
35:49
No
Kaylee Moore
35:53
I have not
Helene Harris
35:57
no
Tania Romero
35:58
Yes.
James Vidacovich
36:03
No
E'Shayla Kelson
36:06
no
Chanese LASSITER
36:19
no
Olga Rosado
38:44
not yet
Lisa Battaglia
40:27
We could use training at Family Justice Center pertaining to LGBTQ assessments. Our assessment now is only for non-LGBTQ.
Isadora Coates
41:05
Useful read for power and control in systemic/institutional violence upon marginalized communities-- Normal Life by Dean Spade
Angelica Addison
44:11
Have any previous or relatively recent policies been produce that better protect abused partners or their children from the prison system?
Fatima Arain
48:38
Hey Angelica, I’m not aware of any policies but Survived and Punished is a great resource for learning more about that experience of survivors being criminalized
Carrie - Circle VT
48:52
hotlines
Courtney Barrie
48:58
Campus based victim services
Lori Nelson
49:04
Crisis lines, awareness months
Kendall Kramer
49:05
transparent advocacy
Kaitlyn Huber
49:05
walk-in crisis intervention
Theresa Adlam
49:06
crimes compensation relocation funds
Hunter Datres
49:06
group supports
Bethany Coldren
49:07
In my area, there is the Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern PA
McKenna Kline
49:09
peer support groups
Geoffrey Stratton
49:09
Non-confrontational groups
katie sutton
49:11
on base crisis housing
Johanna Durazzi
49:11
handouts/pamphlets/worksheets
Heather Bellew
49:11
legal advocacy
Deborah McCurdy
49:12
Specific advocacy supporting the issues.
Jodi Sowden
49:12
support groups
Rhonda Nichols
49:12
safety planning sessions
Kaitlyn Huber
49:12
police trainings
Rosa Torres
49:14
support groups
Angelica Addison
49:14
Films/documentaries
Johanne Delly
49:14
we have a LGBTQ support group at our program
Joanna Fosque
49:15
DV shelters
reed (he/they, RVA)
49:16
orgs by and for queer folx
Tania Romero
49:16
Support groups and hotlines.
Marisha Childs
49:17
offer legal services for court proceedings
Carrie - Circle VT
49:18
DV/SV shelters
Denise Scotland
49:19
Trauma-informed and survivor centered approaches in all we do!
Kaylee Moore
49:19
Shelters
M. Pacelli
49:21
24/7/365 trauma-informed support
Gabrielle Dietrich
49:22
confidential services
Linnea Johnson
49:23
svp
Jessica Feighan
49:23
prevention education
Ryan Seufer
49:24
staff training, ally trainings
Jazmine Booth
49:25
crisis centers, safety planning
Daryl Trowbridge
49:28
Legal Advocacy
Jill Grampovnik
49:29
crisis, support groups, safety planning
Kaitlyn Huber
49:29
we believe you, its never your fault
Christine Boyles
49:30
24/7 hotline, support groups, free therapy and advocacy services
Heather Bellew
49:30
We believe you
M. Pacelli
49:30
You are not alone
McKenna Kline
49:30
representation through PSA s
Jessica Feighan
49:31
we believe you
Tina Recker
49:34
Education to schools, community, etc
Lori Nelson
49:34
Start by Believing
Liv Linn
49:34
You know your situation best
Johanna Durazzi
49:35
You are valid
Angelica Addison
49:35
Discussions about roles of music and celebrity couples
Marisha Childs
49:35
we believe you
Charlotte Burrell
49:40
Counseling
Jessica Feighan
49:41
it's not your fault
Carrie - Circle VT
49:42
This is not your fault
Tina Recker
49:42
It's not your fault.
TerraAnn Thompson
49:43
Empowerment and strengths-based modalities.
Jasmine Acevedo
49:43
Your feelings are validated
Kaitlyn Huber
49:46
its never your fault
Christine Boyles
49:46
thank you for sharing
Deborah McCurdy
49:47
We are a shelter welcoming all victims of DV
Charlotte Burrell
49:47
It's not your fault
Lexa Dearlove
49:47
“you don’t have to stay, you have options”
Daryl Trowbridge
49:48
What do you need?
Heather Barnes
49:48
in Louisville there is a LGBTQ Youth Group that gives supports to young people, which are often overlooked
Marisha Childs
49:48
you are the expert of your own experiences
Jenna Clayton
49:49
pride signs in office to show you are an aly
Jenni Palkovic
49:50
youre on youre won journey
Gabrielle Dietrich
49:50
empowerment
Valetta Stewart
49:51
listen to exactly what they say and pose open ended questions
M. Pacelli
49:51
all survivors welcome
Amy Ranard
49:53
how can we best support YOUR needs
Johanne Delly
49:54
your feelings matter
Johanne Delly
50:01
You have a voice
Ryan Seufer
50:10
integrating our shelter at FSP
Carrie Lippy
50:14
Thanks for sharing everyone!
Fatima Arain
50:30
FYI : https://www.survivedandpunished.org
Heather Barnes
50:32
KY has new tenant laws for DV!
Ericka Dixon
50:37
Thanks for sharing that Fatima!
Jessica Feighan
51:00
CT has it in legislation now (currently on pause, obviously)
Tina Vincent
51:04
Make the community more aware we are a safe zone, I'm not sure they really know.
Lori Nelson
51:30
BIPP
Lori Nelson
51:31
court
Lori Nelson
51:34
jail
Deborah McCurdy
51:34
Agree, safe zone knowledge is very important.
Heather Bellew
51:36
Criminal Justice System
Sarah Meyerdierks
51:39
jail. prison time
Marisha Childs
51:40
supervised visitation with kids
Johanna Durazzi
51:41
fines for being in contempt
Heather Barnes
51:43
Court orders or Bail Agreements - that are not enforced
Lexa Dearlove
51:43
domestic assailant intervention program. 40 weeks
Marisha Childs
51:44
probation
McKenna Kline
51:46
bipp
Denise Scotland
51:47
Just a few BIS services throughout the Commonwealth
Zoe Nesin
51:48
Family court mandated BIP
Lori Nelson
51:49
POs,
Lexa Dearlove
51:51
40 week program
reed (he/they, RVA)
51:52
transformative and/or restorative justice (when possible)
Kendall Kramer
51:52
youth prevention programs
M. Pacelli
51:53
DART team collaboration in Houston
Courtney Barrie
51:53
encouraging prompt campus investigations
Ryan Seufer
51:57
DVIP
Sarah Meyerdierks
52:05
mandated counseling
Kayla Quigley
52:09
restorative justice programs
Geoffrey Stratton
52:13
non profit groups that report for surviors
Angelica Addison
52:15
Important need for sensitivity, accoountability, and reform within police departments
Brooke Ely-Milen
52:25
Public awareness campaign https://www.standupcolorado.org/
Jill Grampovnik
52:34
mandated classes
Deborah McCurdy
52:38
Protection orders and advocacy.
M. Pacelli
52:46
DART includes the DA, HPD, HAWC (us) and SANE nurse team -- effort to get evidence on site if surviror wishes
Debra Hoffmann
52:56
With police, a DV officer
M. Pacelli
52:58
And quick access to our Shelter
Tania Romero
53:52
Protection orders and BIPP program.
Carrie Lippy
54:12
I’m late on the draw, but great question, Angela. In addition to survived and punished, I might also suggest policies aimed at reducing the role of law enforcement can help to lessen the impact of the prison systems broadly on survivors. E.g., reforms to things like mandatory arrest and mandatory reporting can decrease the extent to which survivors have to interface with law enforcement
Isadora Coates
54:24
Restorative justice, mandated courses, understanding that this will continue to happen and sending abusers to serve time will often not help in the long run. We aren't look to put bandaids over broken bones. We need to push forward with a LONG TERM restorative and trauma informed plan.
Angelica Addison
54:39
Education and Challenging of gender stereotypes and racial dynamics in IPV
Denise Scotland
54:51
What are folks doing about all the negative unintended consequences for survivors and all folks (survivor and abuser) from underserved populations from criminalizing DV?
Denise Scotland
55:17
Hire/Fire at will state
Lisa Battaglia
55:26
Right to Work State
Ericka Dixon
56:34
that's a great question Denise, I think that goes back to really focusing on the self determination of the survivor and presenting all options and all possible consequences of the options could be and planning around that. sometimes survivor centered work means working with police if that's what the survivor wants even if that goes against personal politics and vice versa, if the survivor does not want to work with the criminal legal system and finding othercreative ways to need needs
reed (he/they, RVA)
56:59
tool vs weapon
Ryan Seufer
57:38
They could publicize all of that information and put everything at risk for everyone
Denise Scotland
58:06
I get the survivor-centered work approach…but sometimes when a state criminalizes DV, the options to survivors decrease.
Carrie Lippy
58:50
Denise, great point! I highly recommend the book Decriminalizing DV by Leigh Goodmark https://www.ucpress.edu/book/9780520295575/decriminalizing-domestic-violence
Denise Scotland
59:16
Thanks!
Gillian Galdy
59:19
its not only painful, but it is degrading
Carrie - Circle VT
59:22
fear/intimidation
Heather Bellew
59:27
to establish fear
Debra Hoffmann
59:35
it makes them feel like a powerless child
Lori Nelson
59:37
shame, especially if there's a lasting injury
Shuan King
59:44
Blaming the victim that their actions caused a slapping reaction
Bethany Coldren
59:50
Conditioning and fear - if it happens multiple times, it will happen again "if I do something wrong"
Charlotte Burrell
59:51
embarrassment
Isadora Coates
59:51
Establishing power and dominant over victim.
Johanne Delly
59:57
To belittle them
Angelica Addison
01:00:01
To forbid particular, close relationships
Jill Grampovnik
01:00:02
fear conditioning
Carrie Lippy
01:00:10
Denise, Googmark discusses the points you’re making— there’s growing discussion in the broader field about reexamining the historic role that the criminal legal system has played in the DV field.
Sarah Meyerdierks
01:00:14
shame, fear, and creating an environment where they will get hurt and they caused it
Tina Vincent
01:00:14
the abuser would feel as though he/she put the partner in his/her place.
Carrie - Circle VT
01:00:16
"it was only a slap.. I can do way worse"
Sarah Meyerdierks
01:00:50
gain control back
Lori Nelson
01:00:51
To end an argument
Carrie - Circle VT
01:00:51
Self defense
Lexa Dearlove
01:00:55
self defense
Lori Nelson
01:00:56
to create time to get away
Tina Vincent
01:00:57
show no fear!
Ryan Seufer
01:00:57
show they aren't afraid
Jessa Winas
01:00:59
Fawning.
Heather Bellew
01:00:59
protect themselves
Jazmine Booth
01:01:04
self defense
Julie Goble
01:01:05
frustration reaction
Jasiah Ruiz
01:01:07
try to earn control themselves
Brooke Ely-Milen
01:01:07
Trying to equalize their voice
Kaylee Moore
01:01:07
To show some form of power
Denise Scotland
01:01:09
to stop a more violent incident
Lexa Dearlove
01:01:13
appease because they want a reaction
Jessica Feighan
01:01:14
take power back
Heather Barnes
01:01:14
As an instinct/baseline reaction
M. Pacelli
01:01:15
overt resistance
Bethany Coldren
01:01:15
Try to gain control back
Geoffrey Stratton
01:01:17
resist the control and conditioning
Ryan Seufer
01:01:19
release anger of having enough
Charlotte Burrell
01:01:27
To try to regain some power
Brooke Ely-Milen
01:01:29
Take the focus if trying to shield a child or others
Tammy Oliver
01:01:35
To take back their power
Tiffany Perry
01:01:46
redirect violence (for example in defense of children)
Esther Bradeen
01:01:57
to get through the tension phase quicker
Ryan Seufer
01:03:09
when screening you have to look at the whole scenario before you even begin to consider who is who
Ryan Seufer
01:03:14
not just who started it
Ryan Seufer
01:03:21
or who did the action
Ryan Seufer
01:03:33
ask the questions, who what when where why
Angelica Addison
01:03:43
This was arguably a case during the media news on Tiger Woods and his ex-wife. She physically attacked him but wasn't arrested nor more, but if the roles were reversed, Tiger would be. Both gender and racial double standards.
Carrie Lippy
01:05:34
Angelica, you’re highlighting how doing a detailed assessment of all the folks we work with, not just LGBTQ people, is important to be able to understand the dynamics of power in a relationship
Angelica Addison
01:05:34
Granted this was a complicated case, involving infidelity, but you can't ignore the double standards at the same time.
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:07:00
www.nwnetwork.org/events
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
01:07:04
Hi Everyone! Here's the webinar evaluation link that you can complete. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/X8HZSR6
Lexa Dearlove
01:07:05
are the assessments free?
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:07:14
We have an archive of webinar recordings available there
Lexa Dearlove
01:07:19
once we’ve trained ourselves on how to use them
Lexa Dearlove
01:07:23
Thanks!
Bethany Coldren
01:07:30
Are the assessments free, not just the webinars?
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:08:05
Bethany, do you mean our in person assessment trainings?
Debra Hoffmann
01:09:58
here in Baldwin Co Alabama, it's ignored
Johanna Durazzi
01:09:59
I am wondering the same thing. Are the assessments free pdfs/ downloadable for us to use?
Geoffrey Stratton
01:10:55
staff turn over and result in a decrease of support, if a survivor is counting on a particular staff member for support
Isadora Coates
01:10:56
YES Fatima, generally in the culturally specific realm of social work I find this occurs a lot.
Ryan Seufer
01:11:24
I had that role of having to take over someone's role. It was for sure overwhelming.
Angelica Addison
01:11:54
Identity politics could bring a struggle too.
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:12:01
Our assessment webinar series (3.5 parts total) offers a broad stroke overview of our assessment process, and folks who attend all 3 will receive a copy of our assessment tool at the end. The in-person offers a more targeted training, where we are able to troubleshoot issues specific to the organization around implementation, org buy-in at all levels, etc
Geoffrey Stratton
01:12:42
Its difficult to establish that trust relationship after a staff member leaves - as that can create additional trust issues.
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:13:04
We only send out PDFs of slides to folks who attend the live webinar sessions, but they are available in the recordings as well!
Angelica Addison
01:13:05
Ongoing education and training with cultural humility.
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
01:13:31
Hi Everyone! Please be sure to complete today's webinar evaluation: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/X8HZSR6 Thank you!
Carrie Lippy
01:13:33
Johanna, great question. The assessments are free; however, we only provide them after providers/organizations receive our assessment training series. We have found over the years that this training is necessary for providers and organizations to be able to effectively utilize the tool.
Carrie Lippy
01:14:04
demonstrateaccess.org
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:14:20
Thanks for expanding, Carrie!
Denise Scotland
01:15:55
Can you give us a sense of what the cost is for you to train an organization? I am sure it varies, so I’m mostly looking for a broad number.
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:16:09
It's an awesome resource and there are some tip sheets you can download!
Jordan Steiner
01:16:53
Where do we get info on ICAT?
Angelica Addison
01:16:54
Do you have a mailing list we can keep connected to as well?
Heather Barnes
01:18:09
I love tip sheets!!
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:19:34
Angelica, you can email me at marci@nwnetwork.org for training updates!
Angelica Addison
01:20:04
Okay, Thanks.
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:21:02
Denise, there are a few factors we weigh around cost, but if an organization is paying our rate, we require at minimum 2 full days, 3 days strongly encouraged, to effectively train on assessment. Our rate is the OVW TTA max at 650/day, per diem & travel.
Denise Scotland
01:21:54
Thanks Marci!
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:22:04
Of course :)
Heather Barnes
01:22:20
I am not surprised that Trans survivors would not feel safe in a mainstream organization. with common ideas and attitudes on who is the abuser or victim based on gender, it is a lose lose situation for them.
Heather Barnes
01:22:40
Also there are, in my opinion, one of the most at risk LGBTQ populations to experience violence in general..
Heather Barnes
01:24:20
QUESTION: Will these slides be available outside of the Webinar afterwards? (Asking in regards to sharing at team meeting). Thanks!
Carrie Lippy
01:24:26
Some of the best national stats on LGB IPV comes from the CDC’s National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey: https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pdf/nisvs_sofindings.pdf
Carrie Lippy
01:24:38
That’s where you’ll see the high rate of violence reported by bisexual survivors
McKenna Kline
01:24:39
yes also curious about the slides
Fatima Arain
01:26:06
I believe that all the slides and the recording will be sent to everyone!
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
01:27:03
yes, we will send out a link to the Webinar recording. slides, and evaluation following today's webinar. We will send it out as soon as the recording is ready.
Angelica Addison
01:27:57
How do you feel about therapy/counseling for abusers? That's a big challenge to how I was raised and what I was told growing up. Have you felt the same? Have you seen or heard outcomes that challenge the common beliefs on abusers not being able to change?
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:28:17
I've got it!
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
01:28:18
We will also send out the webinar recording and slides on the listservs to all FVPSA state administrators and state domestic violence coalitions that can share it with the field.
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:28:51
http://lgbtqipv.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/LGBTQ-Institute-SOGI-Data-Collection-Resource-Guide_final.pdf
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:29:09
The sexual orientation/gender identity collection resource guide!
Lexa Dearlove
01:30:38
on your website, when i click on events and trainings, i can’t see any webinars when i click that on the drop-down. i tried safari and chrome
Fatima Arain
01:30:57
Angelica, we believe that abusers need accountability supports, and not all therapists or counselors are equipped to provide that kind of support! Our field has really struggled to create programs or supports that actually support accountability - i think its a culture-wide issue actually and something I hope that we can get more creative about!
Denise Scotland
01:31:05
Can all these great links be shared when we get the recording and PPT? Sometimes folks have access to the chat, but if not it will need to be shared some other way…
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:31:25
Our webinar on data collection is coming up in June. Link below! Form and Function: Using Inclusive and Culturally Responsive Language When Gathering Data on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity - https://nwnetwork.adobeconnect.com/form-jun20/event/registration.html
Fatima Arain
01:31:40
Here is the link to our events page: https://www.nwnetwork.org/events
reed (he/they, RVA)
01:31:40
the zoom group chat can be shared out too. :)
Denise Scotland
01:32:21
Good to know, thanks Reed!
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
01:35:04
Yes, we will send out the chat along with the webinar recording with everyone following today's webinar
Zoe Nesin
01:35:37
Has the Assessment webinar changed significantly in the last several years? I've taken it, but wondering if I should do it again to get the most up to date learning
Carrie Lippy
01:35:37
https://www.nwnetwork.org/events
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
01:35:40
Please be sure to complete the webinar evaluation:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/X8HZSR6
Denise Scotland
01:36:09
Perfect, thanks Ellen. And will do re: eval!
Fatima Arain
01:38:51
FYI, all of our offerings are free of charge, unless they are specific trainings just for your organization!
Fatima Arain
01:40:20
fatima@nwnetwork.org
Ericka Dixon
01:40:52
edixon@avp.org :) feel free to each out about NCAVP
Fatima Arain
01:42:42
The whole institute is just the four of us! haha so please reach out with your questions and also keep in mind that it might take us a bit before we can fully respond to you! We are excited to hear from you!
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
01:42:43
We will send out info about the Coaching Call in the follow-up email.
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
01:43:32
if you have any questions for NNEDV, you can contact us at capacity_ta@nnedv.org
Angelica Addison
01:43:42
Can you include the slides in email too?
Marci Taitt (she/her, LGBTQ Institute)
01:43:57
Yes, please reach out! marci@nwnetwork.org
Valetta Stewart
01:44:01
love that you engage us in the process. !!
ALice Caron
01:44:06
Will you be emailing everyone your emails addresses as well?
Ellen Yin-Wycoff
01:44:11
Yes, we will send out the PowerPoint to you
Valetta Stewart
01:44:21
thanks
Angelica Addison
01:44:24
Awesome!
Helene Harris
01:44:29
Thank you!
Tonia Moultry
01:44:31
the coaching call will focus on state planning and monitoring for state administrators and state coalitions
Maylen Martinez
01:44:33
That’s great.. thank you
Tonia Moultry
01:44:34
Thank you
Rocio Barajas
01:44:36
Thanks
Rosa Torres
01:44:36
thank you so much great information!!!
Joanna Fosque
01:44:37
Thank you!!
Zoe Nesin
01:44:41
Thank you!
Lori Nelson
01:44:44
thank you!!!
Sarah Demps
01:44:44
thank you!
ALice Caron
01:44:44
Thank You
Denise Scotland
01:44:45
Thank you!
Melisa Linden
01:44:45
thank you
Tracy Hayden
01:44:46
Thank you everyone :0
Fatima Arain
01:44:47
Thank you everyone for being here!!
Tania Romero
01:44:47
Thank you.
Megan Landis
01:44:48
Thank you!
Jazmine Booth
01:44:50
Thank you
Jennifer Elliott
01:44:51
Thank you for the information!
Debra Hoffmann
01:44:56
Thank you!
Jordan Steiner
01:44:56
Thank you!!
Jessica Feighan
01:44:56
Thank you!
Sarah Meyerdierks
01:44:57
thank you, can't wait to participate in more of these!
Angelica Addison
01:44:58
Yes, Thanks a lot! Quite some new resources to process.
Deirdre Sherman
01:45:00
Thank you!
Bianca Wooten
01:45:01
thank you
Isadora Coates
01:45:04
Thank you so much!