Evidence Based Practices and Working with Children Exposed to Violence

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The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center is hosting a webinar, Evidence-Based Practices and Working With Children Exposed to Violence. The session will be held March 14th from 1-2:30 MDT.

Sadly this another webinar without a lot of information. No presenter details beyond, “moderated by Gwen Packard, NIWRC Program Specialist, with other expert presenters.” If someone has more intel to share with readers, please let me know.


  1. November 30, -0001 | 12:00 am


    The full description for this webinars follows:

    Evidence Based Practices and working with Children Exposed to Violence, moderated by Gwen Packard, NIWRC Program Specialist, with other expert presenters. Children exposed to violence, whether as victims or as witnesses, often experience long term physical, psychological, and emotion harm. This webinar will take a look at Evidence Based Practices, as well as traditional and community-based efforts, to address this problem.