This virtual forensic interview peer review session is open to Forensic Interviewers from member Children's Advocacy Centers of the South Carolina Network of Children's Advocacy Centers.
Virtual peer review will include watching and discussing a Take Away Tuesday recording . This will be followed by reviewing three interviews. The interviews will not be viewed during peer review, rather FI's are required to watch the interviews within 1 week prior to peer review. The Peer Review Feedback form will be provided to you in a later e-mail. This will help you to organize your feedback for peer review.
Certificates will be provided to those who demonstrate participation in peer review including viewing all three interviews and providing feedback during peer review. We are also requiring all web cameras to be on during Peer Review.
We are also requesting for each Forensic Interviewer to attend this virtual peer review on their own tablet or computer. This will better support our attendance process. We are also hopeful this will decrease technology difficulties.
You will need to use the registration code provided to you to register for the session. Registration closes on October 19th.
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The Utility of Direct Questions in Eliciting Subjective Content
If you have not received a registration code or need additional information, please use the link below to contact our Program Director.
This virtual training is designed to assist Children’s Advocacy Centers and their Multi-Disciplinary Team Members. Participants will receive information on the spirituality of children and family’s religiosity and its potential impact/asset on trauma. Participants will be provided with tools to support client’s spiritual needs and assess for spiritual distress. Participants will learn more about the ways that predators groom faith communities, as well as families and children. The presenter will provide a clearer understanding of how offenders operate under the cover of religiosity, and when accused use that religious cover to avoid consequences. Finally, participants will learn about the moral injury staff sustain in this work and ways in which they can support their spiritual self-care.
SCNCAC has created virtual training guidelines to support the virtual training environment and to provide a high quality experience for all who attend our training. Please review the training guidelines prior to registering.
SCNCAC Virtual Training Guidelines
If you are a CAC/MDT Advocate and have not received a registration code or need additional information, please use the link below to contact our Program Director.
This virtual training is designed to assist Children’s Advocacy Centers and their Multi-Disciplinary Team Members to better understand the types of abuse and their direct impact on a child’s disclosure. The training will clarify for attendees, what “dynamics” means in the context of abuse, unique and complex coping mechanism in children who have experienced abuse, understand the factors that shape those dynamics and how they influence barriers to disclosure of abuse. By the end of this training, participants should have a working understanding of the disclosure process and how dynamics, relationship to offender and abuse typology can relate to recantation. This training will offer Multi-Disciplinary Team partners an opportunity to examine the Child Abuse Accommodation Syndrome and how those impact disclosures and recantation. Finally, this training will provide some tools to addressing situations when a recantation occurs.
This is a regular meeting of the board of directors of the South Carolina Network of Children's Advocacy Centers. Meeting packets for board members will be distributed prior to the meeting. The meeting will be held at the SCNCAC offices located at the address below.
If you are a board member that will also be staying for the membership meeting, you will make your lunch choice when you register for the membership meeting. Please register here for the board meeting first and then register for the membership meeting if you will also be attending that meeting.
Meeting attendees must park in the parking lot at the Whaley House which is located at 1527 Gervais Street. The parking lot is behind the Whaley House and accessible from Pickens street. It is a very short walk (less than a block) to the SCNCAC Pickens Street address. You will need a parking pass which will be provided in your confirmation email.
1300 Pickens Street
Columbia, SC 29201
This is the CAC annual membership meeting of the South Carolina Network of Children's Advocacy Centers. Lunch will be served during the meeting for those that select a lunch option during registration. The meeting will be held at the SCNCAC offices located at the address below. Registration will be available about 1 week before the meeting.
Meeting attendees must park in the parking lot at the Whaley House which is located at 1527 Gervais Street. The parking lot is behind the Whaley House and accessible from Pickens street. It is a very short walk (less than a block) to the SCNCAC Pickens Street address. You will need a parking pass which will be provided in your confirmation email. Please only park in one of the numbered spaces indicated on your parking pass.