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Ethics Brown Bag: Serving Survivors with Mental Health Diagnoses - Shared screen with speaker view
sarah Burke
14:09
Sarah Burke BA,CA,RASS,CDCA,OCPSA,CDS(She/Her/Hers)Child Development SpecialistFamily Violence Prevention Center of Greene County
Emily Rivera
14:21
thanks
Claudia Robinson
14:28
Hello!
Alex Fehder
14:30
Alex Fehder with Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center (OCVJC)
Kizzy Lee
14:32
Good Afternoon Everyone!
Janice Quenga
14:35
Good morning
Karen Edwards
14:35
hello. sorry just got in
Debbie Bradley
14:36
Good afternoon from Maryland!
Jennifer Poindexter
14:39
Hello Everyone
Judith Cortez
14:42
Hello
Emily Collier
14:43
Hello from Florida!
Danielle Troup
14:45
Hello from Mariposa County!
Alison Elter
14:45
Good afternoon all.
Pam Champlain
14:45
Good afternoon from Fairfax VA
Katrina Foster
14:46
Hello, Katrina Foster from Avalon Center DV/SV Center in Williamsburg, VA
Zuzana Hall
14:47
Good afternoon everyone!
Christine Rosales
14:47
hello from ft bliss tx
Nick Beard
14:49
Hello from Delaware coalition against domestic violence
Autumn Roppolo
14:49
Hello All from Florida
Lisa D'Alessio
14:50
Good morning from Richmond, VA
Michele Harris-Andrews
14:50
Good morning from Fort Campbell, KY
Eddita Cain
14:50
Hello from Heartly House in Frederick, MD
Angelia McNiel
14:51
Victim Services- Temple. Good Morning!
Cierra Davis
14:51
Cierra with Ohio Crime Victim Justice Center.
Brittney Dangler
14:51
Brittney Dangler, Columbus Public Health, Prevention Coordinator
Karen Arias
14:51
Good afternoon from Covington, LA
Emily Rivera
14:51
Hello Good Afternoon from The Poconos!
Rochelle Ferro
14:52
Hello from Santa Cruz, CA!
Lauren Spector
14:53
Hi everyone! I'm Lauren from Cleveland Rape Crisis Center in Cleveland, OH!
Deidre Atkins
14:53
Good afternoon from Georgia
Kathy King
14:55
Kathy King from Cincinnati!
Stephanie Sagraves
14:56
Hello from Stephanie Sagraves at City of Bellefontaine Prosecutor's Office.
Jacqueline Sotelo
14:56
Good Morning from Los Angeles, CA!
Jesse Uribe
14:56
Good Morning to all from Fort Bliss, TX
Jennifer Husted
14:56
Jennifer Husted SAPR VA-AF@Robins AFB
Sue Nigh
14:57
Sue Nigh, Assistant District Attorney, Pryor Oklahoma
Rachelle Hill
14:57
Good Morning from Utah
Savannah Naugle-Baker
14:58
Savannah Naugle-Baker, LPC from the Family and Child Abuse Prevention Center in Toledo, OH
Cristian Alfonso Marquez
15:04
Hello from Enid Oklahoma
Christy Palmer
15:05
Good morning from Henry County, Georgia
Jessica Ortiz
15:09
Greetings from Alabama,
Beverly Muhammad
15:10
Hello Beverly Muhammad from AtlantA
Rachel Stone
15:11
Good morning from Monterey
Erin Nance
15:11
Good morning from Phoenix!
Reynaldo Tan
15:12
Good Afternoon from Fort Devens, MA
Pamela Johnson
15:12
Hello from the CAC in Blountville, TN
Sarah Corbett-Imeny
15:15
Hello, from Austin, TX!
Shaylynn Rush
15:15
Hello! Shaylynn Rush from Monroe County, Ohio
Amy Reddy
15:15
Good Morning from City Prosecutor's Office (Victim Services) in Mesa AZ!
Lindsey Poloa
15:17
Good evening from England!
Lisa Crocker
15:17
Good Morning from FT Stewart, GA
Debbie Williams
15:17
Good afternoon. Debbie Williams, Williamsburg VA Counseling Center
Cristian Alfonso Marquez
15:18
Helo from Enid Oklahoma
Tylisha Julienne
15:19
Greetings, from California
Rosa Beltré (She, Her, Ella) OAESV
15:19
Rosa Beltré (She, Her, Ella) Ohio
Vanessa Rios
15:19
Good morning! Vanessa Rios from RPD VSU in Reno, Nevada.
MELINDA OAKLEY
15:21
Good Morning from California 🌞🌴
Lisa Stewart
15:22
Good Afternoon from Ft. Knox, KY
Judith Cortez
15:23
Judith Cortez — RAINN—
Joel Freed
15:23
Hi from Indianapolis, IN.
Angelia McNiel
15:24
Good morning from Temple!
Virginia Grenier
15:24
Good morning from utah
Alverta Muhammad
15:24
Alverta Muhammad Columbus Public Health Ohio
Pamela Prince
15:24
hello from South Carolina
Kenia Desravines
15:25
Good morning everyone from Palm Beach County, Florida.
Ed Melton
15:25
Osiyo from Cherokee Nation
Cheyenne Begeman
15:25
Good morning from Wyoming!
Tabitha Williams
15:25
Good morning from Houston, Texas
Isabella Birnbaum
15:26
Hello from Florida!
Stacia McFadden
15:28
Good afternoon from Fort Jackson, South Carolina
Justin Ganske
15:29
greetings from Minnesota! it's cold up here
LUCY DERSTINE
15:29
Lucy From Pennsylvania
Kartika Wright
15:29
Good afternoon, Kartika Wright, recently retired Sexual Assault Response Coordinator for the Maine National Guard.
Holly Liebhart
15:30
Good afternoon from Ashland Co. Ohio!
Sammi Weethee
15:30
Hello, is there not ASL interpreters for this event?
Laura Del Rio
15:31
Greetings from Puerto Rico
Denise Hearn
15:31
Hello from Buffalo, NY
Rebecca Hunsicker
15:31
Ashland Ohio
Coral Middleton
15:32
Good afternoon from Marietta, GA!
Nathalie Primo
15:35
Hello! from Loudoun county Virginia
Michael Calderin
15:35
Michael Calderin, City of Lauderhill, Florida
Donna Bradberry
15:36
Lynn Bradberry from Athens, GA - District Attorney's Office
Mary McCardel
15:36
Good Afternoon from Steubenville
Alice Campis
15:36
Good afternoon from Marine Corps Quantico
Melinda Mantino-Koch
15:36
Hello from Buffalo, NY
Emily Morris
15:37
Hello hello from sunny Phoenix, AZ!
Kiihandra Jones
15:37
Good morning from STL
Liam Crowley
15:40
Good Afternoon from Fairless Hills, PA
Brianna Youngs
15:40
Hello from Philadelphia!
Shannon Jones
15:42
Hello from the Peach state!!
Esveide Mendoza
15:44
Good Afternoon from Resilience Advocates for ending violence Holland, MI
ELOIS KELLY
15:48
Good afternoon from Laurel, MD
Kara Bishop
15:50
Hello from Arizona
Erika Long
15:52
Hello from Toledo, Ohio. Erika Long here
Deanna Maldonado
15:54
Good morning from Texas
Tangela Wrenn Shelton
15:55
Good morning!
Maria Callava
15:55
Hello from DeKalb County, GA District Attorney's office.
Addie King
15:56
Addie-Southwest Crisis Center-Windom MN
Selina Sandoval
15:57
Hello! Selina Sandoval Hidalgo County District Attorney's Office - Victims Unit
Joel Freed
15:57
OH!!!!!!!
ashley rojas
15:57
Hello! Sacramento CA - VSU/ OAG
Erin Martin
15:58
Good evening from Lakenheath, UK
Linda Bohn
15:59
Hello from CT.
Jasmyn Palmer
15:59
Hi everyone from Gettysburg, PA
Stephanie Holzhauser
16:00
Hi from Westminster College! (PA)
Melissa Hookfin
16:02
Hello from Sheppard AFB
Melissa Massey
16:03
Hello good afternoon from Springfield Ohio
Mindy Kates
16:03
Hello from Fresno Ca!
Angela Seguin
16:04
Hello from Newark, Delaware!
Carol Rocha
16:04
Good Morning! Behavioral Health Case Manager from Pierce County, Washington State
Bri Schultz
16:08
Hello from Columbus Ohio!
Brooke Hedderick
16:10
Brooke Hedderick from The Crime Victims Center of Chester County
Rebecca Cruz-Nanez
16:11
Good Morning for me...Rebecca Cruz-Nañez, LMSW-Las Vegas, NV
Stacy Dotson
16:13
Hello from St. Charles Mo!!
Celina Arlotta
16:15
Hi from Ottawa - Ottawa Victim Services !
Barb Hedstrom
16:19
Hi from Shakopee (MN) PD
Charity Walton
16:20
Gods afternoon from YWCA SHR (VA)
Rosa Donini
16:21
Hello fromNew Jersey
Maurisa Massiah
16:24
Good morning NYC! Airforce VA
Katie Woodruff
16:27
Good Morning from Moro, OR
Teresa Lhotka
16:28
Good Morning from Minnesota! Teresa Lhotka from Missing Children Minnesota!
Rose Robinson
16:32
Hello from Sacramento CA
Simona Sinjari
16:35
Good afternoon from Albania
Angie Long
16:35
Hello from Carlisle, Pa
Esther Wittich
16:40
Hello from dover Delaware
Lynn Mohr
16:42
Hello from Charlottesville, VA,
Jessica Reed
16:43
YWCA Delaware Sexual Assault Response Center.. Hello everyone!!
Jessica Ortiz
16:44
Hello all, from LaNesa Howard
Sammi Weethee
16:52
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Stephanie Cornett
16:52
Good afternoon from Marietta GA (:
Karen Edwards
16:54
Karen Edwards from Victim Services at Central Bucks Regional Police Department, Doylestown Pa
Scott Hultgren
16:55
Hello from Rapid City, SD
Alejandra Guzman
17:04
Hello from Toronto, Ontario
Marjorie Fields
17:06
Good morning from Dover, DE! Marjorie Fields
Zoe Lumpkin
17:08
Hi Everyone!
Mark Perry
17:08
Hello from Utah APS
Shannon Jones
17:09
Shannon Jones VWAP Chattahoochee Judicial Circuit
Jessika Holmes
17:11
Hello all from the Franklin County Prosecutor's Office and The Center for Family Safety and Healing at Nationwide Children's Hospital-Columbus, Ohio
Matthew Bonvento
17:11
Hello from NYC
Heidi Wehde
17:15
Hello from Spokane WA; Heidi Wehde
Angeleen Williams
17:16
Good afternoon everyone
Amayramy Risney
17:21
Hello from Montgomery County, Texas! ☺️
Liz Schuler
17:22
Hi! Liz, Victim Advocate from Longmont CO
Carol Midboe, CA, she/her/hers
17:23
Hello from Austin Texas
Petra Thysell
17:29
Greetings from Missoula MT!
Alexis Fairley
17:31
Afternoon Everyone
Ginny Coxe
17:31
Good Afternoon from Lapeer, Michigan
Julie McKinster
17:32
Hello from Douglas County Colorado!!
Pam Champlain
17:33
I love this disclaimer.
Karyssa Isabella
17:33
Hello from Jefferson County, Pennsylvania!
Monica Torres
17:47
Hello from Oakland, CA!
Erin Milbourne
17:50
hi from Norristown PA
Delaine Smith-Clark
17:55
Hello from Largo, MD
Bonny Chezik
18:01
Hi from NJ!!!!
Lianne Casupang
18:07
Aloha from Honolulu, HI
Erin Schulz
18:22
Hi from DE
Cathleen Kowalski
18:40
Hey from Prescott Valley, ARizona
James Harang
18:49
Hello from Fort benning, GA
Katrina Siapno
19:11
Hello from Dover Delaware
Rita Gibson
19:18
Hello all from Rita Gibson @ Detroit Police Victim Assistance
Hon Amb Michael F Agbabiaje JP CA CVIS MCIArb
19:23
Greetings from Nigeria.
Mia Chase
19:23
Hey from Utah.
Amanda Rundle
19:32
hello from Miami
Annie King
19:33
Hey from Springfield, OH Citilookout, Trauma Recovery Center.
Serena Scott
19:38
Greetings from Quantico
Kandae Miller-Phillips
19:44
Kandace Miller-Phillips Highlands Community Services Abingdon VA
Debra Hughes-Butts
19:57
Hello from Youngstown Ohio
Amanda Rundle
20:02
will we get a certificate for this training?
Tyrone George
20:04
Hello everyone Tyrone from Hampton Victim Services (Virginia)
NOVA Priya Rednam (she/her)
20:07
Welcome everyone! In addition to our wonderful ASL interpreters, please know you can also enable the live transcript if needed.
Michelle Pratt
20:10
Citrus County Children's Advocacy Center
Maria Esteves
20:13
Tis is Maria Esteves, Victim Witness Advocate with Union County Prosecutor's Office in Elizabeth NJ
Michelle White
20:21
Michelle White - Defiance County Victims Assistance, Defiance, Ohio
MARIE AVERILL
20:25
Hi Everyone,
Tyrone George
20:38
Hello everyone from Hampton Victim Services Unit
NOVA Priya Rednam (she/her)
20:42
You will receive a CEU certificate following completion of the webinar survey. The link will be provided at the end of the training.
selena campbell
20:48
Selena Campbell- Shelter Coordinator for Tri-county help center
Andrea Hicking
20:48
Happy Tues.
Kimberly L. McGill
20:49
Kimberly McGill, Volunteer Victim Advocate for Dover Air Force Base. DE
MARIE AVERILL
21:08
Marie Averill From Lexington, Virginia
Sammi Weethee
21:11
Sammi Weethee, VOCA Advocate from Bridges Oregon
Adam Schlangen
21:34
Hi sorry for the late join. Tech issues
Marigaye Barnes
21:36
Marigaye Barnes from Loveland, CO
Darlene Bruce
21:46
Hello, Darlene Bruce, Tri county help center shelter advocate
Alexa Valerian
21:48
Good morning from West Point!
Andrea Hicking
21:56
Andrea Hicking Warren county Prosecutor's Office/Victim Witness, Belvidere NJ
Jesse Barnes
22:06
Morning from Wyoming
Kristin Meador
22:09
Good morning from Lakeland, Florida!
Jaime Wilhoite
22:13
sorry I had a client I was with, glad I am able to join :) from Indiana :)
Holly Bowles
22:36
Good morning, Rebecca Estee Summers from Austin TX
Adam Schlangen
22:45
Morning from Camp Ripley MN!
Katherine Robinson
23:15
Katherine Robinson-Highlands Community Services
Hon Amb Michael F Agbabiaje JP CA CVIS MCIArb
23:28
Amb Michael F Agbabiaje JP CA CVIS MCIArb, TREMIC Crime Victim Assistance & Advocacy, Nigeria,
Jessica Ortiz
23:30
Good Morning from Maxwell AFB
Anna Clague
23:40
hello from NJ
Katrina Kennedy
23:42
Good MOrning,
Charlene Kay
23:53
Hello, Charlene Kay, Victim Advocate, Atlanta, GA
Anna Clague
24:14
Anna Clague from NJ
Katrina Kennedy
24:24
Katrina Kennedy, Lifelines COUNSELING Services, Rape Crisis Center Division
Maria Foster
24:38
Maria Foster, Bureau of Victim Services LA Dist. Atty, El Monte, CA
DeAnna Tidwell
24:40
Good morning from Florence, Al
Teresa Lhotka
25:58
Gaslighting of survivors with mental illness is so common, and seeing the survivor only through the lens of mental health.
Lizbeth Rizzo
26:26
Lizbeth Rizzo, Housing Stabilization, Violence Intervention and Prevention, YWCA Greater Harrisburg, PA
Carol Midboe, CA, she/her/hers
26:35
Teresa- yes and sadly all too common
Darlene Hutchinson
29:27
Hello from Alabama! Wishing everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving week!
Kartika Wright
29:53
Wow.
Karen Arias
30:35
He needs to ask the victim/survivor what are the victims preferences
Kartika Wright
30:40
Making assumptions.
Adam Schlangen
30:40
assuming things
Lori Nunnink
30:42
Making assumptions
Katie Woodruff
30:42
He's assuming instead of asking
Alex Fehder
30:44
A lot of assumptions
Mia Chase
30:44
Oops, he's taken her decisions from her.
Pam Champlain
30:44
doing for her
Debbie Bradley
30:46
Self determination
Charlotte Zelle
30:46
instead of offering options, he made decisions
Kathy King
30:46
Making assumptions
Elsa Dahan
30:46
He decided for Jane
Stephanie Sagraves
30:46
He assumed what she needed instead of asking her
Chelsea Sowatskey
30:47
He is making decisions for the victim
Jillian
30:49
Talking to other clinicians
Edith Ramos
30:50
A lot of assumptions
Liz Schuler
30:50
When he decides to make a decision...
vashma ansari
30:50
Making decisions for Jane
Zoe Lumpkin
30:50
He didn't ask the victim what works for them, he's working FOR her and not WITH her
Emily Morris
30:51
Doing FOR instead of WITH
Vickie Bushman
30:51
Assuming her capabilities
Ellen Keane
30:52
Deciding he knows best
Kartika Wright
30:52
Doing FOR, not WITH
Solange Ramkissoon
30:54
doesn't empower the survivor
Angelia McNiel
30:54
Making decisions without Jane's input.
Claudia Robinson
30:56
He assumed
Emily Rivera
30:56
He needs to ask the surv, what she wants
MacKenzie Huntley
30:56
he is making decisions for the client
Sana Fazalbhoy
30:56
Taking control of the decisions
Karen Edwards
30:56
He's making all the decisions for her
Alexis Gutierrez
30:57
Assuming and making decisions for Jane instead of with Jane
Marigaye Barnes
30:57
Not survivor centered
Stephanie Holzhauser
30:58
talking with colleagues ahead of time on her behalf
Edith Ramos
31:00
taking away self determination from survivor
Jillian
31:00
Making decisions for the client
Denise Hearn
31:00
Needs to get survivor/victim's input and do things with not for
Vickie Bushman
31:00
Making decisions
Christle Usera
31:01
Not allowing the survivor to make her own decisions
Maria Foster
31:01
Doing the work for the victim instead of assisting the victim to help herself.
Kartika Wright
31:02
Perceiving vulnerabilities.
Jacqueline Sotelo
31:03
Making his own decisions
Sarah Corbett-Imeny
31:03
assumptions
Cathleen Kowalski
31:04
making decisions
Karen Arias
31:04
heis taking power away from the victim/survivor about their decision making
Stephanie Cornett
31:05
making assumptions
Ellen Keane
31:05
assuming Jane can't make the decisions
Emily Rivera
31:06
making decisions without her
Lindsey Poloa
31:06
Assuming things and making decisions w/out the victim/survivor
Shannon Jones
31:07
making assumptions
Denise Stoudamire
31:07
confide ntiality
Amanda Garza
31:10
Deciding what is best for Jane.
Tana Orologio
31:10
Not asking for her input
Rachel M
31:11
He has made assumptions about her needs and preferences.
Janice Quenga
31:11
His thought process is faulty fr the beginning. Doesn’t u detest and his rile
Melissa Massey
31:13
Doing for not with, perceived vulnerabilities
Ellen Keane
31:13
taking power
Esveide Mendoza
31:15
he's doing what he thinks is best instead of asking the individual survivor
Tangela Wrenn Shelton
31:16
He’s taken personal responsibility for her
Judith Cortez
31:16
Not attempting to assess situation on their own and just assuming to make things easier
Erin McGrody
31:16
mark is not using an empowerment based approached in working with jane
Cathleen Kowalski
31:16
assumptions
Autumn Roppolo
31:17
He didn't ask her what form of communication was best for her.
Maurisa Massiah
31:17
Assuming not getting her permission first or going at her pace
Mary McCardel
31:18
He is assuming what is necessary and not including her in her care.
Carol Rocha
31:22
disabling as opposed to enabling
Teresa Lhotka
31:23
Assumptions, and taking away power/ autonomy
Janice Quenga
31:23
Role.
Christy Palmer
31:25
making assumptions and not walking her through the process.
Mandy Hayes-Knowles
31:27
Assuming he knows what's best for the survivor.
Camie Shepherd
31:29
assuming and making decisions
Teresa
31:30
He isn’t advocating he’s doing for her without knowing what Jane wants/needs
Alison Elter
31:32
He is making an assumption that her disability affects her ability to make decisions.
Marigaye Barnes
31:33
retraumatizing
Jessika Holmes
31:34
Making assumptions and not taking into account her personal experience and opinion
Maria Esteves
31:35
He needs to ask for her consent before he discloses to others
Rita Gibson
31:35
Not asking client from the beginning
Shannon Jones
31:36
not communicating the plan
Jennifer Tine
31:38
Jane decides on what medium is most helpful for them in healing and moving forward.
Jaime Wilhoite
31:42
mark should ask instead of assuming and making those decisions on what would work best for Jane
Tylisha Julienne
31:45
He is making decision in an area he should not.
Anjanette Duff
31:46
Assuming!
Jacqueline Sotelo
31:51
He is having conversation with colleagues with out letting Jane know
Mia Chase
31:54
He is also violating her privacy by sharing with others without her permission
Teresa Lhotka
31:55
Confidentiality
Delaine Smith-Clark
31:57
Not communicating with Jane.
ELOIS KELLY
31:58
he's wanting to discuss her information with others ahead of time w/o consulting her.
jacqueline steyn
32:03
In addition, may have violated her right to confidentiality
Carol Rocha
32:05
HIPPA
Anjanette Duff
32:06
big nono!
Donna Bradberry
32:45
He should have asked how she would like to communicate. He has not obtained permission to speak with other people...violation of privacy
Randall Safier
33:27
Agree with Donna; coordinate with, don't dictate to.
Karen Arias
34:25
Victim Advocate aka punching bag
Carol Rocha
35:35
Congruency
Jessica Ortiz
36:16
It’s so important to establish boundaries from the beginning when building rapport
Carly Walter
37:33
This is when I would share the number of a talk line - important to put in other supports
Anjanette Duff
38:50
Always share community resources to assist further.
DONNA HOWARD
39:15
CANE WE HAVE A COPY OF THE pp SLIDES, I CANT WRITE THAT FAST ;-)
Tylisha Julienne
39:16
AT Carly I agree, provide resources that will help with boundaries as much as possible.
Shera Tahbonemah
39:46
Yes a copy will be great
Jennifer Poindexter
40:19
Yes a copy of the PowerPoint will be excellent
Lauren Counter
41:11
Will this be available after? I can't keep up with writing!
Interpreter | Sharon Ploeger (She/her)
41:20
Sammi are you able to se the Intepreter?
Teresa Lhotka
41:20
In some cases, the survivor has spent so much time in therapy and services, that they are very accustomed to being aware of roles and appropriate boundaries, even if they struggle to be aware of them in the moment.
Lindsey Poloa
41:37
(I second Lauren)
Sammi Weethee
41:45
Yes, I am able to see you both now.. just not at the beginning of the webinar
Sabrina Santos
42:22
Yes, slides or a recorded session would be wonderful! I would love to share this session with my coworkers
NOVA Priya Rednam (she/her)
43:00
Sabrina, there will definitely be a recording available on our website and Liz is happy to share her slides following the presentation
Edith Ramos
43:20
Thank you.
Lindsey Poloa
43:25
Thank you!
Teresa Lhotka
43:29
Thanks Priya!
Sabrina Santos
43:32
Great to hear, thank you!
Jacqueline Sotelo
43:37
Yes, Thank you!
Karen Arias
43:55
Awesome, Thanks
Simona Sinjari
43:56
Thank you.
Shaquanta Robertson
44:29
thank you
Tylisha Julienne
44:39
Thanks!
Pastor Patricia Saunders
45:07
DCAEHS, Inc. Pastor Saunders, CEO Washington, DC, Victim Advocate. Great presenter.
Karen Arias
47:37
I had to change my outgoing voice mail message stating that I can't respond to emergencies, to call 911 and that I am only available during office hours.
Angelia McNiel
47:37
Thank you...
Sabrina Santos
47:59
I do the same Karen, same with away messages on my email.
Gaela Blake
48:06
This is a great example
Aline Vlasceanu
48:27
These are great!
Debbie Williams
48:50
great information Debbie Williams
Sabrina Santos
48:57
FANTASTIC presentation thus far! Incredibly helpful and enlightening for new and seasoned advocates. Would love to see similar presentations like these with additional populations
Maria Foster
49:33
Loquacious. LOL
Anjanette Duff
50:05
leaves room for burnout
Katrina Kennedy
50:19
But, setting boundaries (time) is essential
Jillian
50:20
Yes!!
ELOIS KELLY
50:25
This information is really great! Valuable information for advocates to better serve our clients-Elois Kelly, DV Intervention Specialist and Life Coach
Teresa Lhotka
50:36
I do get a lot of the "You are the only one who picks up the phone, you are the only one who calls me back" it is difficult to hear, knowing that they call me even though I am not the right person for their particular need because they don't think that the person they really need to call won't pick up.
Angelia McNiel
50:37
I was about to say that these are good guidelines for most conversations.
Aundrea Yontz
51:12
Such great information
Jacqueline Sotelo
51:31
@ Teresa, we can relate to you. Is true!!
Karen Edwards
51:33
I am so glad to see that you have broken "effective communication" down to a science. It sure helps and makes me feel at ease when cutting a call short because it tends to ramble and repeat on the victims end.
Jennifer Coffman
52:05
Teresa, I get the same all the time. It also isn't fair to me as it overloads me especially with work that isn't my responsibility.
Anjanette Duff
52:10
yes it is!
Judith Cortez
52:13
Agreed @ Teresa-
Jennifer Coffman
52:21
I'm going to really try to use these tips!
Teresa Lhotka
52:36
Jennifer, Me too!!!
Katrina Kennedy
53:03
Absolutely great information and helpful tips. Thank you,
Charles Mallinckrodt-Reynoso
53:10
I really wish this was emphasized more in my initial certification course. It's a huge pitfall that a lot of advocates find themselves in.
Carly Walter
53:32
cultural humility is another important thing here
ELOIS KELLY
53:35
These are really great tools for me to really recalibrate and enhance my skills.
Jennifer Poindexter
53:36
Agree, Charles
Anjanette Duff
53:52
W.R.A.P!
Katie Woodruff
53:55
I needed this training years ago, thank you!
Stephanie Sagraves
54:16
Would telling them that you have other cases or have to go get off the phone help someone else undermine our desire to help them feel important to us
Linda Bohn
54:40
These are great suggestions!!! Thank you!
Tylisha Julienne
54:47
Good reminder, to ask do they have a mental health safety plan. Good point.
Jennifer Poindexter
55:19
The mental health safety plan is an excellent tip
Karen Edwards
55:50
Such great ideas to incorporate into our daily interactions.
ELOIS KELLY
55:56
That's why it's so important for us to have therapy and other resources for us in order to keep us grounded.
Karen Arias
57:00
I would say all three.
Angeleen Williams
57:16
Great information Angeleen Williams
Teresa Lhotka
57:18
The F.O.G. thing actually strikes me as something that is more of a feature of relationships with past collogues !
Donna Bradberry
57:40
Great information
Angelia McNiel
58:12
I think F.O.G. can apply to a variety of relationships, not just relationship between the advocate and client.
Anjanette Duff
58:18
This training was right on time! Thank you!!
Judith Cortez
58:26
It helps to understand why some folks who advocate may have an attachment when helping others
Teresa Lhotka
58:31
Angelia, absolutely!
Gaela Blake
59:28
This is great resource.
Teresa Lhotka
59:50
I love all the Psychological First Aid courses that I have taken! It is an amazing tool set for so many situations.
Lindsey Poloa
01:01:23
I really love the idea of having narratives for different situations!
Jaime Wilhoite
01:01:40
so helpful! thank you
Alison Elter
01:02:04
I've done that with supervisors.
Gaela Blake
01:02:04
Agreed @Lindsey Poloa
Anjanette Duff
01:02:21
They WILL test your boundaries!
Teresa Lhotka
01:02:44
There's a difference between someone who is upset and someone who is abusive. You can deescalate an upset person. Not so much abusive.
Serena Scott
01:02:55
Or become defensive
Karen Arias
01:02:57
I also add, once you want to talk to me once you are not upset, you can call me back
Jennifer Coffman
01:02:59
Teresa, where did you find these psychological first aid courses? I'm interested!
NOVA Priya Rednam (she/her)
01:02:59
Here is the link to the evaluation for this training:
NOVA Priya Rednam (she/her)
01:03:02
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9ZSTHKC
NOVA Priya Rednam (she/her)
01:03:26
Following completion of the survey, you will be able to download your certificate.
Teresa Lhotka
01:04:34
Jennifer, I took one online from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Healthhttps://www.jhsph.edu/research/centers-and-institutes/johns-hopkins-center-for-public-health-preparedness/training/PFA.html
Pastor Patricia Saunders
01:04:39
Yes a lot of shame!
Carly Walter
01:05:15
Link for PFA: https://learn.nctsn.org/course/index.php?categoryid=11
Maria Foster
01:05:27
Thank you Teresa
Karen Edwards
01:05:30
thank you for such a bundle of excellent resources and information
Jennifer Coffman
01:05:32
Teresa, Thank you!
Angelia McNiel
01:05:45
Thank you kindly.
Teresa Lhotka
01:05:47
Jennifer, here is another I took
Jessica Ortiz
01:05:50
Thank you!
Teresa Lhotka
01:05:50
https://www.nctsn.org/resources/psychological-first-aid-pfa-online
Jessica Ortiz
01:05:53
Great information
Debbie Bradley
01:05:55
Thank you it was great!
Debra Hughes-Butts
01:05:55
Thank you! Great I information
Rita Gibson
01:05:57
Thank you, this was an amazing and very helpful.
Katie Woodruff
01:05:57
Thank you Liz and everyone else!
Tangela Wrenn Shelton
01:05:58
Thank you so much! This was very useful and enlightening information
Rebecca Cruz-Nanez
01:05:58
This was a great presentation!! Such great information-thanks!
Kartika Wright
01:06:00
Fabulous info! Thank you!
James Harang
01:06:01
excellent information
Brianna Youngs
01:06:02
Thank you!! This was so helpful! I really appreciate all of the application!!
Linda Bohn
01:06:02
Thank you! This was a great training!!!
Edith Ramos
01:06:02
Thank you very much it was very helpful
Kelly Stone
01:06:03
Thank you, great information
Judith Cortez
01:06:03
Thank you
Kathy King
01:06:04
Excellent information that is truly useful! Thank you!
Denise Stoudamire
01:06:04
Excellent training. I look forward to more. Thank you
Alexis Gutierrez
01:06:04
Amazing!! Thank you :)
Denise Hearn
01:06:05
Thank you. Some excellent information on boundary setting.
Eddita Cain
01:06:05
This was wonderful... a lot of great information and ways of thinking!
Karen Arias
01:06:06
Thanks this is great information
Jessica Cannady
01:06:06
This was very helpful
Mia Chase
01:06:06
It was rapid, but you did a very good job!
Jacqueline Sotelo
01:06:07
Thank you for your presentation Liz, very informative. Yes we do need more time.
Jennifer Coffman
01:06:09
This was so informative! Thank you!
Catherine Griffin
01:06:11
Thank You so kindly
Donna Bradberry
01:06:11
Thank you for the valuable information
Serena Scott
01:06:12
Good information
Teresa Lhotka
01:06:13
Thank you so much!!!! This was amasing
Claudia Robinson
01:06:18
Thank you! Great!
Teresa Lhotka
01:06:19
amazing
Tylisha Julienne
01:06:21
I hope NOVA has more free upcoming training.
Pam Champlain
01:06:22
fantastic job! thank you!
Lynn Mohr
01:06:23
Thank you very informative
Rachelle Wilson
01:06:23
excellent job
Emily Rivera
01:06:24
Thank you as a new advocate in this field i am able to learn so much just from this.
Esveide Mendoza
01:06:27
thank you it was really helpful as a new advocate in the field.
Kimberly Burkhalter
01:06:27
Excellent information. Thank you so much!
Shannon Jones
01:06:28
Thank you!!!! Great training
NOVA Priya Rednam (she/her)
01:06:30
Here is the link to the evaluation for this training:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9ZSTHKCFollowing completion of the survey, you will be able to download your certificate.
Michelle Pratt
01:06:35
thank you so much
Courtney Bess
01:06:36
Thank you! As a new advocate, this was so helpful!
Danielle Ouellette
01:06:36
Thank you! Very informative presentation...
Simona Sinjari
01:06:37
Thank you so much
Leigha Shoup
01:06:38
Fantastic presentation. Thank you!
Laura Patlan
01:06:39
great information; thank you!
Stephanie Marsh
01:06:39
Thanks for the great information!
Bri Schultz
01:06:40
Thank you Liz, very informative!
MacKenzie Huntley
01:06:42
thank you so much! I enjoyed this training very much!!!!
Scott Hultgren
01:06:45
Super job! Excellent stuff to implement
Stephanie Cornett
01:06:47
Great presentation!
Hon Amb Michael F Agbabiaje JP CA CVIS MCIArb
01:06:48
Thank you Liz
Sheila King
01:06:48
Thank you so much!! Amazing training.
Ann Driessen
01:06:51
Great info.
Teri Duesbery
01:06:54
Really fantastic presentation! Thank you!!!
Mary McCardel
01:06:56
Lots of information. Will we have access to the slides?
Lindsey Poloa
01:07:02
Thank you so much for this training!! Great information!
Christy Palmer
01:07:04
Thank you!!
Shaquanta Robertson
01:07:04
Great information for a professional space but also in our own personal lives.
Darlene Hutchinson
01:07:09
great presentation!
DONNA BURNS
01:07:12
THANK YOU FOR THIS INFORMATIVE PRESENTATION.
Jillian
01:07:15
Thank you so much for this information!
Jennifer Nissen
01:07:22
Thank you so much! This was a great training!
Jennifer Poindexter
01:07:27
Wonderful information
Hon Amb Michael F Agbabiaje JP CA CVIS MCIArb
01:07:32
It's so educative
Jennifer Noel
01:07:37
Thank you for the excellent presentation!! Tons of helpful info!
Jesse Uribe
01:07:45
Great information. Thank you
Edith Ramos
01:07:45
Sorry, I was not able to download my certificate. Can it be sent to my email ?
Heidi Wehde
01:07:51
Thank you, very practical useful info!!
Luz Fontanez
01:07:53
Great presentation! Thank you
Karen Arias
01:07:59
I talk to victim about the criteria for probable cause and I encourage them to ask questions to police about the why not
Pastor Patricia Saunders
01:08:09
Thanks, presentation was awesome, can we get a copy of the slides?
Gaela Blake
01:08:25
Thanks Ms. Liz! Outstanding presentation.
Lizbeth Rizzo
01:08:29
Thank you. Fantastic presentation. I will be sharing with colleagues.
NOVA Priya Rednam (she/her)
01:08:47
Slides and the recording will be available on our website at : https://www.trynova.org/office-for-advocacy-ethics/ethics-training-and-events/ within the next day or so
Mary McCardel
01:09:06
can you send the links to the survey and evaluations via email?
Staci German
01:09:08
Thank you, Liz. Useful information that I will share with my colleagues in direct service.
Lindsey Poloa
01:09:09
Thank you!
Tangela Wrenn Shelton
01:09:18
Thank you for the slides and recording!
Katrina Wulff
01:09:19
Thank you!
Christine Greene
01:09:21
Thank you for this excellent, informative training!
Jennifer Poindexter
01:09:28
Thanks, Priya
Michele Harris-Andrews
01:09:40
Thank you! Awesome information!
Kenneth Langdon
01:09:57
Great information. Thank you.
NOVA Priya Rednam (she/her)
01:10:07
Here is the link to the evaluation: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9ZSTHKC
Janet Doolan
01:10:15
Excellent training with great best practice principles and operational tips
Adam Schlangen
01:10:29
Thank you for your time! good info!
Robyn Adams
01:10:47
Thank you
Maria Callava
01:11:13
Thank you very much!
Debbie Williams
01:11:24
Wonderful presentation. Very passionate about your work and helping others Thank you so much.
Kizzy Lee
01:11:37
Thank you Ma'am
Kartika Wright
01:11:55
'Thank you for sharing. How can I best assist you?'
Kimberly L. McGill
01:12:16
thank you for sharing
Richard A Ward
01:12:27
Great job very informative. Thank you
Karen Arias
01:12:30
I ask if they have a support system/person
Erin McGrody
01:12:50
thank you for this training! (happy thanksgiving to all who celebrate)
Stephanie Sagraves
01:12:50
thank you for the informaiton
Elizabeth Fried
01:13:05
Thanks for the information!
NOVA Priya Rednam (she/her)
01:13:06
Just in case, one more time, here is the link to the evaluation: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9ZSTHKC once completed, you should be able to download your ceu certificate. Thanks for attending!!
Charlotte Zelle
01:13:21
Thank you!
Natasha Davis
01:13:27
thank you
Elsa Dahan
01:13:34
Thank you!!
Sabrina Santos
01:13:40
THANK YOU!!!!
Courtney Gorsuch
01:13:40
How do we get certificates?
Marigaye Barnes
01:13:40
One of the better webinars I have taken in a while. thank you. It was very informative and and educational. Thank you again.
Angelica Ferrer
01:13:44
Thank you!
Melissa Massey
01:13:45
Thank You
Linda Bohn
01:13:47
THANK YOU!
Maria Esteves
01:13:47
Thank you for this great training.
Vickie Bushman
01:13:49
Thank you!
Marva Coward
01:13:49
thank you
Laura Patlan
01:13:50
thank you!
Pam Champlain
01:13:51
thank you!
Camie Shepherd
01:13:51
thank you!
William Johnson Jr
01:13:52
Thanks
Kristin Meador
01:13:53
Great information and concrete examples on how to handle some of the nuances of working with people as an advocate!
Gaela Blake
01:13:53
Thanks Ms. Liz!!!
Emily Williamson
01:13:55
thank you!
ashley rojas
01:13:55
Thank you!
Jessica Ortiz
01:13:56
Thank you!