In Service to Families, Children & The Courts
Regional & Continuing Education and the CSU, Chico Research Foundation are dedicated to providing quality education programs for professionals who reach out to others to make a difference in the community. Established in 1999, In Service to Families, Children & The Courts is a professional development series created in partnership with Butte County Family Court Services and local professionals. Its conferences and programs provide professional continuing education opportunities for psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, mediators and custody evaluators, nurses, physicians, educators, law enforcement, and attorneys.
Save the Date! October 17 ~
Domestic Violence Update 2014
What Do We Think and Expect of Victims & Survivors?
Exploring and Challenging Our Beliefs
Presented by Julia F. Weber, Supervising Attorney
Center for Families, Children & the Courts
Judicial and Court Operations Services Division, Judicial Council of California
In this interactive workshop, participants will consider how their expectations of clients might affect their interactions and will identify ways of reconsidering their perspectives so as to most effectively provide information and assistance. Discussion will focus on understanding personal and structural biases that can influence how we understand intimate partner violence along with gender, race, class, sexual orientation, and intersectionality. Small groups will focus on a problem-solving exercise leading to facilitated discussion that meets the learning objectives.
Boys Adrift & Girls on the Edge
Presented by Dr. Leonard Sax, MD, PhD
On October 19, 2013, Dr. Leonard Sax visited Chico State to present a special two-part program on the factors which motivate boys to achieve in school and in the workplace, stresses facing girls today, and ‘new’ problems such as non-suicidal self-injury. Dr. Sax has generously allowed us to share the video of his presentation. Please use the images below to view his fascinating and eye-opening talk, available in 90-120 minute segments:
For more information about Dr. Sax, including an interview he conducted with Matt Lauer on the Today Show, please visit the event webpage.
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