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Centering Survivors in the Law, Criminal Justice Crystal Ball, Part 3, with Nelson Bunn
Nelson Bunn joins us in a look at statute of limitation (SOL) reform: While it’s good news that many states have reformed SOL laws for victims of child sexual abuse,
What’s Past Is Prologue: Criminal Justice Crystal Ball Series, Part 2, with Brad Russ
What can we learn from past criminal justice reforms, and how might partnerships between police, multidisciplinary team members, and Children’s Advocacy Centers provide a path forward for our communities?
The Future of Prosecution, Criminal Justice Crystal Ball Series, Part 1, with Nelson Bunn
In the midst of a national debate about criminal justice reform, what’s the role of the prosecutor and how do we transform the system while still centering victims?
Can a Pandemic Have a Silver Lining? with Dr. Danielle Roubinov
COVID-19 has upended our world, but Dr. Danielle Roubinov of the University of California says it has also forced researchers to innovate in ways that could help kids and families
The Meaning of Healing for Black Kids and Families, with Dr. Isha Metzger
Dr. Isha Metzger noticed that the gold-standard treatment for children delivered at Children’s Advocacy Centers wasn’t working for her clients and came up with a brand-new adaptation to serve Black
Best of the Best: Greater Than the Sum—Multiple Adversities in Children’s Lives, with Dr. Sherry Hamby
In this rebroadcast of a popular episode, adversity and even violence are common in children’s lives. So how do we help kids thrive?
Best of the Best: The Hidden Cost of Resilience, with Ernestine Briggs-King, Ph.D.
In this rebroadcast of a popular episode, resilience is good, but research shows all may not be well with kids who look like they’re doing just fine.
Best of the Best: The Bystander Effect, with Dr. Wendy Walsh
In this rebroadcast of a popular episode, When schools shut down during the pandemic, one consequence was kids isolated at home, making it more important for all of us to
We’re Not All Having the Same Pandemic, with Rabah Kamal and Dr. Carole Campbell Swiecicki
Rabah Kamal from Kaiser Family Foundation offers insights into the impact of the pandemic on mental health, and Carole Campbell Swiecicki from Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center gives us the