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EARLY CONFERENCE REGISTRATION!
Avoid the line Wednesday morning and check-in Tuesday evening, May 24th from 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm in the Shanty Creek Conference Center, outside Grand Ballroom A-B.


 

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General Information

 

MCEDSV Silent Auction at the Conference - See the latest list of items!

 

 

www.shantycreek.com

 

Onsite Activities – Shanty Creek Resorts

 

Shanty Creek – 102 Things to Do at Shanty Creek Resorts

 

 
Conference Presentations & Schedule

Click the hyperlinks to access each document. Please print and bring with you to the conference.

 

All PRESENTER BIOS

 

Shanty Creek Conference Center Map

 

Full Conference Schedule, Agenda, Descriptions by Track - FINAL UPDATE, 5/24/16, 11:00 AM

 
 
 
 

Presenter Handouts & Resources (listed by day and presenter name)

Reminder! Thank you for helping MCEDSV  preserve green meeting practices and standards! Please print desired materials and bring them with you to the conference.

Following are handouts & resources provided by presenters (listed by day, then presenter last name). Presenters may provide additional handouts and materials in their sessions at the conference.

 

Day 1 Presentations

 
Haley Genaw, Support Groups as Liberatory Practice

http://www.mcedsv.org/images/Document/Training/GenawHaley_SupportGroupGuide.docx.pdf

 

http://www.mcedsv.org/images/Document/Training/Genaw-Support Group-AC2016.pdf

 

http://www.mcedsv.org/images/Document/Training/GenawHaley_GroupGuidelines.pdf

 


Tonjie Reese
, Using Popular Culture to Teach Prevention in African American Communities

 

Gender Box (optional):
http://www.mcedsv.org/images/Document/Training/ReeseTonjie_Gender Box 2.0.pdf

 

 

Carmen Wargel, LMSW, Community Organizing for Social Change

(Carmen has provided these resources for your information; they are not required at the
 workshop session).

 

Article on community organizing: https://comm-org.wisc.edu/papers97/beckwith.htm

 

  How to do a 1:1 Interview:

 

 

  How to host an accountability session:
 
http://www.worc.org/media/Accountability-Session.pdf

 

 

Day 2 Presentations


Dr. Shamita Dasgupta, Remembering Our Roots: Questioning Our Path


Presentation Slides:
http://www.mcedsv.org/images/Document/Training/DasGupta_Shamita_May-2016.pdf

 

 

Haupt/Monoghan/Double, Best Practices in Building and Maintaining a High Risk Response Team

Presentation Slides:
http://www.mcedsv.org/images/Document/Training/Haupt_Monoghan_Double_High Risk Response_Team.pdf

 

 

Tonjie Reese, Creating an Inclusive Space for Diverse Staff

Pieces of Me:
http://www.mcedsv.org/images/Document/Training/ReeseTonjie_Pieces of Me.pdf

 

 

Amber Goodlock-Depuydt, LMSW, Canine Comfort in Advocacy: The Joy of a Facility Dog in Victim Services


http://www.mcedsv.org/images/Document/Training/GoodlockDepuydtAmber_Johnson-MI Court of Appeals FD Approval.pdf

 

http://www.mcedsv.org/images/Document/Training/GoodlockDepuydtAmber_Crenshaw Stella Neill-Stephens Walsen 2016 DevelopmentTraumaCourtrooms.pdf

       
       
MCEDSV Programs
 


MCEDSV Training & Consulting. Follow the link to the full brochure of topics and services offered, and learn more about highly qualified training faculty.  MCEDSV provides training and consulting on domestic   violence,sexual assault, and non-profit management

 

MCEDSV NLMAP Services!  Follow the link to learn more about confidential in-house legal and management consultation by MCEDSV. 

MCEDSV is committed to helping organizations achieve excellence in service to survivors and their communities through our Non-profit, Legal, and Management Assistance Program (NLMAP) available to eligible member programs.  
 
 

 
       

Webinars-2015

Applying Social Marketing Principles for Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention & Outreach - Part II**
-Recorded on January 21, 2015

Learn to apply your understanding of basic social marketing principals to address domestic and sexual violence among broad audiences. Explore using social marketing to achieve attitudinal and behavorial changes we wish to effect and strategies for the development of new messages.

Link to recording
Click Here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides

 

Partners for Change! A Community Approach to Supporting Healthy Teen Relationships**
-Recorded on January 22, 2015

Are you ready to mobilize your school, youth advisory committee, organization, or community to take action to promote healthy teen relationships? In this user-friendly presentation, join Amanda Forsmark from Health Delivery Inc.'s Saginaw High School-Based Health Center and Dana Houston from Underground Railroad's sexual violence prevention program for a discussion about the power of partnerships and practical, innovative strategies they have implemented to support healthy teen relationships. They will share what's working in Saginaw and offer ideas on practical strategies you can use too!

Link to Recording


Click Here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides

 

Michigan's 2015 Criminal Justice Response to Sexual Assault: New Requirements You Need to Know
-Recorded on March 2nd, 2015
(This is the first webinar in a series of three on New Legislation Impacting Michigan’s Criminal Justice Response to Sexual Assault)

Webinar provides an overview of Sexual Assault Kit Submission Act, the Sexual Assault Victim’s Access to Justice Act, the Sexual Assault Kit Tracking and Reporting Act, and technical changes to MCL 333.2127 and MCL 333. 5129. Intended for a multi-disciplinary audience.

This webinar series is co-sponsored by MDSVPTB, MCEDSV, MSP Forensic Science Division, MCOLES, Michigan Chapter of the IAFN, and PAAM

Link to Recording
Click Here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides

 

An Improved Response for Victims: Coordinated Response and Victim Centered Implementation
-Recorded April 20th, 2015

The webinar will concentrate most intensively on the Sexual Assault Victim’s Access to Justice Act with some additional review of the other new changes. This webinar’s focus will be on considerations for implementing coordinated response that works to help victims understand the information and choices provided to them.

Link to Recording

Click Here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides

Click Here for Sexual Assault Victim's Access to Justice Act Required Products

 

The Sexual Assault Kit Submission Act: Implementation Considerations for Health Providers
-Recorded October 12th, 2015
(This is the second webinar in a series of three on New Legislation Impacting Michigan’s Criminal Justice Response to Sexual Assault)

Webinar provides an overview of Sexual Assault Kit Submission Act with a focus on implementation issues for Health Providers, including victim release, updated sexual assault kit forms and instructions, and sexual assault kit storage. The webinar will also explore the impact of changes to MCL 333.21527.

This webinar series is co-sponsored by MDSVPTB, MCEDSV, MSP Forensic Science Division, MCOLES, Michigan Chapter of the IAFN, and PAAM

Link to Recording
Click Here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides

 

* This training was primarily funded by the Michigan Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Treatment Board (MDSVPTB). The MDSVPTB is a Governor appointed board, housed within the Department of Human Services, that administers state and federal funding for domestic and sexual violence programs and advocacy services, develops and recommends policy, and develops and provides technical assistance and training on the issue of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.

**Funding for this webinar was made possible by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Views expressed in written webinar materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government

Materials - Regional Trainings

Thank you for attending one of our skill-building training institutes. Many resources were provided by featured state and national presenters and experts, and many still asked for MORE!

We are pleased to share this accessible page of supplemental resources and presentation materials shared or mentioned amont the Institutes. Individual handouts that were provided in the complete attendee packet at the training are not included.

Additional resources regarding tools and techniques to promote healing and recovery using mindfulness/contemplative practices from presenter Paula Callen, M.A.O.M. These are Paula's personal choices but others can be found through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

"In the course of history, there comes a time when humanity is called to shift to a new level of consciousness, to reach a higher moral ground. A time when we have to shed our fear and give hope to each other. That time is now." - Wangari Maathai Biography

Webinars-2014

Please note: CEUs cannot be provided for listening to recordings.

 

MCEDSV Advanced Topic Webinars

 

Ethics and Confidentiality* - recorded on July 9, 2014
Presented by Kathy Hagenian, MCEDSV Executive Policy Director.
Ms. Hagenian will review ethics, record keeping, collaboration and the potential impact on confidentiality for survivors.
Link to Recording --- We recommend forwarding to the 6:00 mark of this recording to begin viewing, to avoid some audio issues that occurred during recording. ---
Click here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides
Click here for Ms. Hagenian’s full bio

 

Mandated Reporting* - recorded on July 23, 2014
Presented by Kathy Hagenian, MCEDSV Executive Policy Director, and Sarah Prout, JD, Executive Director of Blue Water Safe Horizons.
Ms. Hagenian and Ms. Prout will discuss both state and federal statutes on mandatory reporting, circumstances for reporting and empowering practices.
Link to Recording
Click here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides
Click here for Ms. Hagenian’s full bio

 

Neurobiology of Trauma: Understanding Traumatic Memory and Victim Behavior* - recorded on September 22, 2014
Presented by Dr. Rebecca Campbell, Professor of Psychology at Michigan State University.
Dr. Campbell will explain the brain response to trauma, and how trauma affects survivors’ reactions to the crime and their ability to remember details of the assault.

A hyperlink is provided at the end of this webinar presentation for access to the presentation slides.
Link to Recording

 

VAWA, Clery, Campus SaVE, Title IX: Making Sense of the New Campus Mandates - recorded on September 17, 2014
Presented by Holly Rider-Milkovich, Director of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center at the University of Michigan.
In the current environment of ever-increasing federal guidance and regulations on campus-based sexual assault and intimate partner violence, colleges and universities nationally have been working hard to understand, and fully comply with, the information coming from the Department of Education, but it hasn't always been straightforward or easy.  Most recently, the VAWA Reauthorization of 2013 enacted a sweeping set of new requirements for campuses regarding prevention, response, and training.  How is this legislation different from Title IX regulations? Does this legislation change the Clery Act? What are new federal expectations of campuses, and how much decision-making rests with campuses in enacting these new regulations? This webinar will discuss the new VAWA provisions to address dating violence, sexual assault and stalking on college campus, reporting requirements under The Clery Act, disciplinary requirements, and guidance for assessing or implementing primary prevention education and  awareness campaigns on sexual assault, dating violence and stalking to the university community.
Link to Recordering
Click here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides

 

Contrary Messages: Understanding the Possibilities and Limitations of Promoting Self-Esteem to Prevent Relationship Violence - recorded on September 25, 2014
Presented by Lisa Winchell-Caldwell, MCEDSV Senior Program Manager, and Tracey Helms, MCEDSV DELTA FOCUS Empowerment Evaluator.
This webinar will provide opportunities to briefly discuss the impact of intimate partner violence and sexual violence on youth. We will explore current IPV/SV prevention trends with a focus on how the concept of self-esteem is defined and utilized as a prevention strategy. Suggestions for employing self-esteem as a strategy in preventing intimate partner and sexual violence when working with youth will be provided.

Link to recording

 

Introduction to Social Marketing for Advocates - Part I** - recorded on December 3, 2014
Presented by Lauren Sogor, MPH. How do we translate awareness into action when working to prevent sexual and domestic violence? What does it take to truly motivate an audience and change society? This training will help you answer these questions using a social marketing approach.

Link to Recording
Click Here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides

 

 

 

* This training was primarily funded by the Michigan Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Treatment Board (MDSVPTB). The MDSVPTB is a Governor appointed board, housed within the Department of Human Services, that administers state and federal funding for domestic and sexual violence programs and advocacy services, develops and recommends policy, and develops and provides technical assistance and training on the issue of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.

**Funding for this webinar was made possible by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Views expressed in written webinar materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government

Materials - Webinars

Please note: CEUs cannot be provided for listening to recordings.

MCEDSV Advanced Topic Webinars

Ethics and Confidentiality* - recorded on July 9, 2014
Presented by Kathy Hagenian, MCEDSV Executive Policy Director.
Ms. Hagenian will review ethics, record keeping, collaboration and the potential impact on confidentiality for survivors.
Link to Recording --- We recommend forwarding to the 6:00 mark of this recording to begin viewing, to avoid some audio issues that occurred during recording. ---
Click here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides
Click here for Ms. Hagenian’s full bio

Mandated Reporting* - recorded on July 23, 2014
Presented by Kathy Hagenian, MCEDSV Executive Policy Director, and Sarah Prout, JD, Executive Director of Blue Water Safe Horizons.
Ms. Hagenian and Ms. Prout will discuss both state and federal statutes on mandatory reporting, circumstances for reporting and empowering practices.
Link to Recording
Click here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides
Click here for Ms. Hagenian’s full bio

Neurobiology of Trauma: Understanding Traumatic Memory and Victim Behavior* - recorded on September 22, 2014
Presented by Dr. Rebecca Campbell, Professor of Psychology at Michigan State University.
Dr. Campbell will explain the brain response to trauma, and how trauma affects survivors’ reactions to the crime and their ability to remember details of the assault.

A hyperlink is provided at the end of this webinar presentation for access to the presentation slides.
Link to Recording

VAWA, Clery, Campus SaVE, Title IX: Making Sense of the New Campus Mandates - recorded on September 17, 2014
Presented by Holly Rider-Milkovich, Director of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center at the University of Michigan.
In the current environment of ever-increasing federal guidance and regulations on campus-based sexual assault and intimate partner violence, colleges and universities nationally have been working hard to understand, and fully comply with, the information coming from the Department of Education, but it hasn't always been straightforward or easy.  Most recently, the VAWA Reauthorization of 2013 enacted a sweeping set of new requirements for campuses regarding prevention, response, and training.  How is this legislation different from Title IX regulations? Does this legislation change the Clery Act? What are new federal expectations of campuses, and how much decision-making rests with campuses in enacting these new regulations? This webinar will discuss the new VAWA provisions to address dating violence, sexual assault and stalking on college campus, reporting requirements under The Clery Act, disciplinary requirements, and guidance for assessing or implementing primary prevention education and  awareness campaigns on sexual assault, dating violence and stalking to the university community.
Link to Recordering
Click here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides

Contrary Messages: Understanding the Possibilities and Limitations of Promoting Self-Esteem to Prevent Relationship Violence - recorded on September 25, 2014
Presented by Lisa Winchell-Caldwell, MCEDSV Senior Program Manager, and Tracey Helms, MCEDSV DELTA FOCUS Empowerment Evaluator.
This webinar will provide opportunities to briefly discuss the impact of intimate partner violence and sexual violence on youth. We will explore current IPV/SV prevention trends with a focus on how the concept of self-esteem is defined and utilized as a prevention strategy. Suggestions for employing self-esteem as a strategy in preventing intimate partner and sexual violence when working with youth will be provided.

Link to recording

Introduction to Social Marketing for Advocates - Part I** - recorded on December 3, 2014
Presented by Lauren Sogor, MPH. How do we translate awareness into action when working to prevent sexual and domestic violence? What does it take to truly motivate an audience and change society? This training will help you answer these questions using a social marketing approach.

Link to Recording
Click Here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides

Understanding and Responding to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

An introductory cross training provided to disability advocates as part of the Partners Against Violence and Injustice in Michigan collaboration project. This project was supported by Grant No.2010-FW-AX-K002 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women. The training, facilitated by MCEDSV Building the Safety Net Director Paula Callen, addresses fundamental elements for addressing the needs of survivors who disclose violence or who may need support or resources.

Link to recording

 

Applying Social Marketing Principles for Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention & Outreach - Part II** -Recorded on January 21, 2015

Learn to apply your understanding of basic social marketing principals to address domestic and sexual violence among broad audiences. Explore using social marketing to achieve attitudinal and behavorial changes we wish to effect and strategies for the development of new messages.

Link to recording
Click Here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides

 

Partners for Change! A Community Approach to Supporting Healthy Teen Relationships** -Recorded on January 22, 2015

Are you ready to mobilize your school, youth advisory committee, organization, or community to take action to promote healthy teen relationships? In this user-friendly presentation, join Amanda Forsmark from Health Delivery Inc.'s Saginaw High School-Based Health Center and Dana Houston from Underground Railroad's sexual violence prevention program for a discussion about the power of partnerships and practical, innovative strategies they have implemented to support healthy teen relationships. They will share what's working in Saginaw and offer ideas on practical strategies you can use too!

Link to Recording
Click Here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides

 

Michigan's 2015 Criminal Justice Response to Sexual Assault: New Requirements You Need to Know
-Recorded on March 2nd, 2015
(This is the first webinar in a series of three on New Legislation Impacting Michigan’s Criminal Justice Response to Sexual Assault)

Webinar provides an overview of Sexual Assault Kit Submission Act, the Sexual Assault Victim’s Access to Justice Act, the Sexual Assault Kit Tracking and Reporting Act,
and technical changes to MCL 333.2127 and MCL 333. 5129. Intended for a multi-disciplinary audience.

This webinar series is co-sponsored by MDSVPTB, MCEDSV, MSP Forensic Science Division, MCOLES, Michigan Chapter of the IAFN, and PAAM

Link to Recording
Click Here to access a PDF version of the training presentation slides

 

 

 

* This training was primarily funded by the Michigan Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Treatment Board (MDSVPTB). The MDSVPTB is a Governor appointed board, housed within the Department of Human Services, that administers state and federal funding for domestic and sexual violence programs and advocacy services, develops and recommends policy, and develops and provides technical assistance and training on the issue of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.

**Funding for this webinar was made possible by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Views expressed in written webinar materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government

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