Documentation: What Every Advocate Needs to Know
October 27 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Proper documentation is essential when working with survivors of domestic violence. This live webinar assists advocates by providing a greater understanding of using trauma-informed principles in the documentation. You will learn to identify the risks of documenting too little, too much, and risks unique to custody cases. Topics include confidentiality provisions in VOCA, VAWA, and FVPSA, and ways to create better documentation of survivors. Best practice relating to subpoenas and warrants and who can file Motions to Quash and when they can be filed will be discussed. You’ll also learn about trauma vs. mental health and strategies for advocacy.
ODVN Trainers: Nancy Grigsby, Legal Assistance Program Director, Micaela Deming, Esq. Policy Director and Staff Attorney, Shelley Marsh, Director of Training and Program Support
CEUs: To obtain 4.0 CEUs, you are required to attend the entire training. Please note that CEU credit will only be given for the hours you attend. There are no exceptions. If you are a licensed counselor or social worker, please provide your complete license number at the time of registration. The counselor and social worker provider numbers are #RSX040202 and #RCX120302.
Accommodations: American Sign Language interpreters will be provided.
Upon registering, you should receive a confirmation email within 24 hours. If you have not, please contact [email protected]