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Child Safety Forward convening on domestic violence - Shared screen with speaker view
Marissa Provost
32:47
Marissa Provost, Child Abuse Prevention Center, Sacramento, CA
Patricia Casey
32:57
Patty Casey, Commander Youth Investigations,CPD
Melissa Lloyd
32:59
Melissa Lloyd, Deputy Director CPS-DCFAS Sacramento Co.
Jagdish Majju, OCAP
33:02
JAgdish Majju- OCAP, CA
Barbara Bowling
33:08
Barbara Bowling, Indiana Department of Child Services, Indianapolis, Indiana
Allie Houston
33:44
Allie Houston, Central Indiana Community Coordinator, IDOH, Indianapolis, IN
Clark County Health Department
33:51
Mike Ross Clark County Health Department
Tali Palmrose
34:28
Tali Palmrose, Child Abuse Prevention Council of Sacramento
Kacie Chase
34:42
KacieChase, IN Dept of Health
Jasmine Brosnan (She/Her)
34:58
Jasmine Brosnan, Child Abuse Prevention Council of Sacramento, CA
Courtney Gwin IDOH (she/her)
35:05
Courtney Gwin, IN Dept of Health
Katie Hubbard
35:26
Katie Hubbard, MPHI, Michigan
Tricia White
35:27
Tricia White, Meridian Health Services (Operations & SOC Coordinator) Grant County
Michelle Callejas
35:28
Michelle Callejas - Sacramento County
Susana Mariscal
36:24
Susy Mariscal, Indiana University, Evaluator CSF Indiana
Verleaner Lane
36:31
Verleaner Lane, Project Coordinator, Project CHILD Cook County Health
CDemo
36:49
Christie Demo, IDOH Maternal Mortality Review
Penny Gindlesperger ISDH
36:49
Penny Gindlesperger, Admin Assist., IN Dept of Health
Amy Templeman
37:59
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Linzi Horsley
38:00
Linzi Horsley, IDOH FIMR Coordinator
Nicole Christine
39:01
Nicole DeWittMichigan public health institutešŸ„“
margo.chavez
39:04
Hello Everyone!Margo Chavez-Easley, LCSW with CCH
Caitlin Gandarilla
39:11
Caitlin Gandarilla, IDOH, Nurse Consultant on the MMR Team
Kim Whitehurst
39:22
Kim Whitehurst , Grant County Juvenile Probation - :)
Susana Mariscal
39:33
Sending you love Nicole DeWitt!!!
Marjorie Fujara
39:47
Marjorie Fujara, Cook County Health!
Melissa Goan (she/her)
40:04
Melissa Goan- Child Abuse Prevention Council of Sacramento
Lisa Murphy-Cipolla
40:40
Good afternoon everyone. Lisa Murphy-Cipolla- Clinical Services Coordinator and Forensic Interviewer at the Greater Hartford Family Advocacy Center in Hartford, CT.
CDemo
40:42
;)
Amy Templeman
41:35
Nicole, I had to google your emoji :)
Amy Templeman
50:03
Jennifer, is the 1 out of 3 and 1 out of 4 as survivors or perpetrators?
Brandy Dailey
50:59
Survivors
Brandy Dailey
51:05
Good questions Amy!
Amy Templeman
51:09
thanks!
Amy Templeman
01:02:43
how often are children cited as a reason for staying?
Brandy Dailey
01:03:24
Virtually anytime there are children involved. It's hard to document exact reasons, but when children are involved it does make it harder for victims to leave
Vanessa Villar
01:05:14
Legal can be a form of abuse as well, also with immigration
Susana Mariscal
01:05:26
Yes, Vanessa!!!
Kim Whitehurst
01:06:07
In Indiana the pro bono legal services are limited.
Susana Mariscal
01:06:42
Amy, there isn't an estimate of how often the threats involving children. However, there are about 15.5 million children exposed to IPV- and this number seems to underestimate the true prevalence of IPV exposure
Susana Mariscal
01:08:12
This is also related to high HIV rates among survivors too
Brandy Dailey
01:08:34
https://www.acog.org/clinical/clinical-guidance/committee-opinion/articles/2013/02/reproductive-and-sexual-coercionhttps://www.futureswithoutviolence.org/userfiles/file/Children_and_Families/Reproductive.pdf
Susana Mariscal
01:09:33
YW!
Jagdish Majju, OCAP
01:12:31
Have you seen reproductive coercion have trends within different cultures?
Verleaner Lane
01:13:09
times victims will leave.
Brandy Dailey
01:13:14
I don't have data to support that, but I would assume yes based on rates of sexual violence and violence against women globally.
Jagdish Majju, OCAP
01:13:42
thank you
Vanessa Villar
01:13:45
I would love to get in contact with you about the immigration program. We have one as well for immigrant victims in Connecticut. My email is Vanessa.villar@intervalhousect.org
Susana Mariscal
01:14:01
Reproductive coercion takes really "interesting" forms among Latinx
Amy Templeman
01:15:19
leaving 7-9 times before leaving for good almost reminds me of a SUD relapse in that it is expected
Kim Whitehurst
01:16:08
Is one of the main reasons victim leaves for final time is when abuse turns to the child/children. That was an older stat from my college days. Still accurate? We won't talk about how many years ago that was.
Jennifer Greene (she/her)
01:16:13
Susana, I would love to hear more about that in the future.
Jennifer Greene (she/her)
01:16:21
Vanessa - my email is at the end
Susana Mariscal
01:16:54
most survivors do all they can also to keep their kids safe
Brandy Dailey
01:17:06
Kim, it certainly could be. The final reason a victim leaves and is able to stay gone varies in every relationship.
Amy Templeman
01:18:49
Thank you, Susy, for saying that. It's so important to shift that mental model.
Brandy Dailey
01:18:57
Remember, each time a person leaves in a DV relationship they are picking up new resources and strategies that can help them in future attempts to leave.
Kim Whitehurst
01:18:59
I am a DV survivor and left when the abuse turned on my son 27 years ago. It does make my blood boil also when people say "why don't they just leave?"
Susana Mariscal
01:19:19
Kim <3
Amy Templeman
01:19:45
Thank you, Kim, for sharing that with us.
Kim Whitehurst
01:21:06
So many things in my life (as most of ours) - brought me to this field. Speaking out loud about it in a peer type relationship is key in so many areas.
Peggy Welch, FSSA, Indiana
01:24:02
Just like in Brooklyn yesterday. Hmmmm....
Amy Templeman
01:24:06
I agree, Kim. It is so important for peers to honor and learn from lived experience.
Anthony Williams
01:26:20
And the "failure to protect" laws in certain states can exacerbate the problem for the victim.
Jagdish Majju, OCAP
01:27:35
Will the slides be available after the presentation
Susana Mariscal
01:28:07
And we need to think about resilience!!!
Brandy Dailey
01:28:09
The recording will be available
Brandy Dailey
01:28:21
Yes, Susana!
Verleaner Lane
01:30:10
Great work Jennifer!
Amy Templeman
01:30:39
Thank you, Jennifer! That was really great. Grateful to the Cook County team for recommending you!
Anthony Williams
01:31:47
I have to leave but THANK YOU for leading this important conversation.
Jagdish Majju, OCAP
01:32:11
How do you think DV screening can be better to screen for child abuse and neglect as well?
CrumJR
01:32:55
Thank you all, I have to jump off.
Susana Mariscal
01:33:21
I'm a survivor
Seth Persky
01:33:30
social justice aspect
Amy Templeman
01:33:31
experience with my brother having a child at a very young age and struggling
Vanessa Villar
01:33:57
Passionate about advocacy, being the voice of those who donā€™t have a voice
Verleaner Lane
01:34:17
Have a passion for children and families.
Marjorie Fujara
01:34:28
I love working with multi-disciplinary teams to help patients and their Families.
Kim Whitehurst
01:34:32
The career found me. I worked in foster care field and my background has lots of trauma and neglect, moved on to DV and marrying an addict/abuser. My passion is in addictions and children areas.
Seth Persky
01:34:49
trauma that worker's experience as the results of their work with families
Patricia Casey
01:35:24
Same as PTSD. Trauma you experience by seeing things that stay with you.
Carla Brown
01:36:09
YES! I agree with your last remarks about vicarious trauma and the George Floyd trial
Carla Brown
01:36:16
Thank you, Brandy!
Brandy Dailey
01:39:51
http://508.center4si.com/SelfCareforCareGivers.pdf
Susana Mariscal
01:41:46
Self-compassion and compassion for others processing trauma is key
Jagdish Majju, OCAP
01:45:04
asafe space to communicate
Jagdish Majju, OCAP
01:45:57
non-judgemental
Jennifer Greene (she/her)
01:45:57
Thanks everyone for allowing me the time and thanks to Brandy for a great partner in presenting! Please reach out if I can be of assistance.
Susana Mariscal
01:47:23
Thanks Jennifer
Stephanie Biegler Child Abuse Prevention Center
01:49:08
Supervisors often want to a "fixer" for their staff in the place of listening and open ended questions.
Susana Mariscal
02:02:20
basic needs
Jagdish Majju, OCAP
02:02:25
food shelter
CDemo
02:02:35
trust vs mistrust
Susana Mariscal
02:02:37
emotional
Courtney Gwin IDOH (she/her)
02:02:37
safety
Susana Mariscal
02:02:48
self-realization
Marissa Provost
02:20:08
Are you engaged in any specialized work around strangulation, which is often regarded as a prelude to homicide in DV and IPV cases?
Marissa Provost
02:22:38
Thank you for your thorough response!
Jagdish Majju, OCAP
02:23:55
DV isn't child abuse but children can experience vicarious trauma.
Carol Pool
02:24:01
Even if they aren't "abused" they know what's going on generally.
Marjorie Fujara
02:25:28
How would you approach a mother with a hospitalized child with injuries from getting caught in between her parents who is resistant to get a restraining order
Vanessa Villar
02:26:33
Did the presenters share their contact information?
Jagdish Majju, OCAP
02:26:50
If you think of attachment and child development the impact is enormous and in general shows up in adulthood because of ACES. The protective factors can serve as buffers.
Susana Mariscal
02:30:45
And looking at Positive childhood experiences research shows how that works!!!