Archive: May2016

#SomeGaveAll

#SomeGaveAll

We are escaping the city, and perhaps a bit of our grief this holiday weekend, with a short trip to Amsterdam. I'll be back toward the end of next week with new content and a more regular posting schedule. In…

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#Heartbroken

We lost our sweet T today after a valiant battle with cancer. FHO will be dark for a bit as we grieve this tremendous loss...

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Preparing for your First Case as a Domestic Violence Expert Witness

Preparing for your First Case as a Domestic Violence Expert Witness

Readers on this site love their testimony resources, so here's another: the National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women is offering a webinar, Preparing for Your First Case As a Domestic Violence Expert Witness (PDF). The session will be…

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Since Last We Spoke, 5-16-16

Since Last We Spoke, 5-16-16

Once again I am looking at a week that is not my own, albeit for very different reasons than last. A lot of time away from home, but with built-in periods of surfable time, I was at least assured of…

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UPDATED: Adverse Childhood Experiences Clinical Guide

UPDATED: Adverse Childhood Experiences Clinical Guide

I have updated the ACEs clinical guide with some new offerings from the CDC, including updated ACEs journal articles by topic and presentation graphics. Enjoy!

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Since Last We Spoke, 5-9-16

Since Last We Spoke, 5-9-16

I'm in San Antonio this week, and my schedule is not my own, so we'll so how postings go. But since I don't work on planes, I had plenty of time to peruse my social media feeds. Here's what caught…

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Sexual Assault in the Military: Annual Report FY15

Sexual Assault in the Military: Annual Report FY15

For those of you who are interested, the DoD's annual report on sexual assault is now available (PDF). Service Women's Action Network has a response up on their FB page if you're interested; more news coverage here, but as of…

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Real-life SARTS Evaluating Changes in the System Response

Real-life SARTS Evaluating Changes in the System Response

The Sexual Violence Justice Institute at MNCASA is hosting a webinar, Are We Making a Difference? Real-life SARTs Evaluating Changes in the System Response. The session will be held May 16th from 12-1:30pm (I'm assuming CT). Space is limited so…

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Webinar on The National Protocol for Sexual Abuse Medical Forensic Examinations: Pediatric

As I mentioned last week, the new National Protocol for Sexual Abuse Medical Forensic Examinations: Pediatric is now available. Over at the KidsTA site, they will be hosting a webinar to officially introduce the document to the professional community. The…

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Since Last We Spoke, 5-2-16

Since Last We Spoke, 5-2-16

We escaped to NYC this weekend to take the girl-child to this play, which was magnificent (it's closing late summer on Broadway, but they will be going out on tour, and it is worth seeking out). I played catch up with…

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