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You’re Awesome! Improving your Advocacy Skills (AKA: Compassion Fatigue)
Bullying, Harassment and Relational Aggression
Stalking: A Pattern of Behaviors That Cause Fear
What’s that App? Understanding Your Child’s Social Media Risks
When Child Abuse Hits Home: Corporal Punishment, the Law & the Faith Community
Addressing Emotional and Spiritual Injuries
When Child Abuse Hits Home: Corporal Punishment, the Law & the Faith CommunityLEARN MORE »
Investigating & Prosecuting Child Torture Involving ReligionLEARN MORE »
Like a Footprint in Wet Cement: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children
When Faith Hurts: Understanding, Recognizing and Responding to the Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Impact of Child Maltreatment
Interviewing Children with DisabilitiesLEARN MORE »
Shadow Children: Addressing Child Sexual Abuse and Commercial Sexual Exploitation within the FamilyLEARN MORE »
Interviewing Adolescent Victims of AbuseLEARN MORE »
Excuses, Excuses: What To Do When Someone is Just Looking for a Way Out
Emerging Issues in the Field of Forensic InterviewingLEARN MORE »
Why Prosecutors Need to Observe the Forensic InterviewLEARN MORE »
The People in Your Neighborhood: Working with LGBTQ PopulationsLEARN MORE »
In the Neighborhood: Addressing the Sexual Abuse & Sexual Exploitation of Children in Strip Clubs
Can You Hear Me Now: The Use of Controlled Phone Calls in Child Abuse InvestigationsLEARN MORE »
We're Just Going to Talk: Making Your Case in Opening Statement and Closing Argument
Parenting After a Child Abuse Disclosure: How to HelpLEARN MORE »
Why Prosecutors Need to Observe the Forensic Interview
The Children Are Not OK: Impact of Domestic ViolenceLEARN MORE »
Sticks and Stones: Psychological Maltreatment of Children
Stop Checking the Box: Best Practices in MDT Responses to Cases of Juveniles who Commit Sexual OffensesLEARN MORE »
In the Neighborhood: Addressing the Sexual Abuse & Sexual Exploitation of Children in Strip ClubsLEARN MORE »
Talking About Technology LEARN MORE »
Parenting After a Child Abuse Disclosure: How to Help
Community Notification Meetings: What Do We Say to the Children?LEARN MORE »
Talking About Healthy Relationships
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study: Identify, Intervene and InterruptLEARN MORE »
Like a Footprint in Wet Cement: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on ChildrenLEARN MORE »
Webinars are more advanced topics, generally for attendees that want to expand their professional development. For each webinar, attendees receive materials about the presentation and a certificate of completion. A member of our staff will be available for a live question and answer session after the presentation. Webcasts are free, but unlike webinars, do not include educational credits or the chance to talk directly with the presenter. Webcasts are more general topics.
Webinars and webcasts are offered monthly. Please see the main webinar page for more information.
Each webinar will be approximately one to two hours long. Community Focused Webcasts are about 30 minutes in length.
Webinars and webcasts are free!
Registration is required at least 24 hours prior to the webinar. Upon registration, webinar instructions and log-in information will be provided via email, one week in advance and the day prior to webinar training. For grant and accreditation purposes, we ask that each webinar attendee register separately and sign into the webinar under their own name.
Because of the varied geographical areas of participants, Gundersen NCPTC does not provide continuing education credits for its webinars. Participants are encouraged to apply for the appropriate credits through their state's government agency. Please contact Suzanne Severson, program coordinator, with questions or for documentation required for your application.