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Best of the Best: Beyond ACEs
In a rebroadcast of one of our best episodes from our first season, Dr. Lisa Amaya-Jackson joins us to discuss why context matters when it comes to an individual’s adverse
Practical Magic: Understanding Lived Experience Through Data, with Seth Boughton
How do we know that the work we do makes a difference?
PTSD Interrupted?, with Carrie Epstein
Is the cycle of childhood abuse, trauma symptoms, and PTSD inevitable, or can five to eight sessions of treatment be enough to reduce a child’s symptoms?
When Abuse Strikes Twice, with Miranda Kaye, Ph.D.
Both civilian and military families experience the same stressors that may contribute to child abuse and neglect, but military families experience additional stressors.
Giving Kids Their Futures Back During the Holidays and All the Rest of the Year, with Michelle Miller, Ph.D., LCSW
For children who have experienced abuse, holidays can be fraught with painful reminders of trauma, so how do we help them cope with both the highs and the lows that
What Really Matters in Team Effectiveness?, with Elizabeth McGuier, Ph.D.
What is the key to team effectiveness? We talk to Elizabeth McGuier, Ph.D., from the University of Pittsburgh about her research into multidisciplinary teams.
Building a Smaller, Fairer, and Better Child Welfare System, with Christine James-Brown
Child protective services has become the system of last resort for families failed by every other system. Now, what are we going to do about it?
The Future of Possible in Children’s Advocacy Centers, with Ted Cross
Over the last two decades, a growing evidence base has demonstrated the effectiveness of the Children’s Advocacy Center model, but what do we still need to learn to improve our
Moving Equity to the Center of Child Welfare, with Dr. Jessica Pryce
In a child welfare system in which Black and Indigenous children are more likely to be separated from their families, what practical steps can we take right now to make
Beyond Pride: Can Kids Trust Us When They Tell Us Who They Are?, with Al Killen-Harvey
With the recent push for anti-trans bills and states making it difficult if not impossible for trans youth to receive gender-affirming care, how do we better support LGBTQ youth and