Ask the Expert with Rachel Ray: Immigration 101
Presented by Rachel Ray, Managing Attorney at University of California Immigrant Legal Services Center
Immigration policies and administrative decisions affecting immigrants are happening at an almost breakneck speed. Because so many service providers have immigrant clients, individuals in many sectors can benefit from even a surface understanding of these policies and decisions.
This webinar will focus on an overview of the following changes:
• Overview of the REAL ID Act
• June 4 passage of the Dream & Promise Act by the U.S. House of Representatives
• June 18 announcement regarding “immigration raids”
• November 12 hearing on DACA before the Supreme Court
• Expanded Expedited Removal
• Public charge updates
Participants will be able to ask specific questions before and during this interactive session.
Child Forensic Interview Training El Dorado Hills
The Child Forensic Interview Training for California is a four-day introductory course intended for new child forensic interview specialists. This course will introduce child forensic interviewing within the context of multidisciplinary team investigations; interviewer and team responsibilities; interview models and techniques; child development of language and cognition as it applies to interviewing; disclosure dynamics; childhood trauma as it relates to interviewing. Experiential exercises and role-play activities are interwoven throughout the four-day training. Video of actual interviews will be shown whenever possible. Completion of this course does not certify you to conduct child forensic interviews- consult your County CAC/MDIT for local requirements.
ONLY professionals employed by governmental agencies or nonprofit agencies in the fields of law enforcement, prosecution, child protective services, social work, children’s advocacy, therapy, and medicine who will be performing forensic interviews in a team-based and/or center-based program should attend this training. It is not appropriate for team members who will be observing, but not conducting, forensic interviews directly. Because this is experiential in nature, every participant is expected to participate in skill-building exercises and role-plays of forensic interviews. CATTA reserves the right to refuse admission to any individual who does not meet the eligibility criteria.
Serving California's Diversity: A Conference on Trauma and Resilience
Join us for a full day of training, discussion, and networking on how to best serve immigrant populations, people of color, and those with limited English proficiency. This statewide event will provide information to professionals who are working with communities affected by historical trauma along with their ability to inherit their ancestors’ resiliency. Trainers will focus on culture and the brain, creating trauma informed programs, using resiliency to cope with bias and trauma. Participants will also receive information regarding immigration relief, encouraging agencies to shift from providing language access to language justice, and the role of law enforcement and other multi-disciplinary team members during a sexual assault investigation. All of the sessions will be looked at with a critical lens of professionals understanding their own biases.
The First 48 Hours Training
WEBINAR- Japanese American Intergenerational Trauma and Culture Resilience: Implications for Survivors and Victims of Crime
Presented by traci ishigo
This webinar invites and engages professionals in critical reflection and dialogue about American history that centers Japanese American experiences of war, profiling, surveillance, forced removal, incarceration, and state-sponsored trauma, which continues to impact generations of Nikkei (people of Japanese descent) and their families in the United States.