52 min

Using a Trauma-Informed Approach Colorado Child Abuse & Neglect Attorney Training

    • Education

When families go to court, it can be a harsh and negative experience than can trigger past traumas and create new ones. The courts and people associated with them can change this experience by using a trauma-informed lens in their practice. Hear how a judge, county attorney, social worker, and parent partner advocate for a trauma-informed approach, and how the court can use this approach to make court experiences less traumatic and more positive, leading to better outcomes for children and families.
Guests:
Judge Ann Meinster – Presiding Juvenile Judge 1st Judicial District
Susan Archuleta – Community Liaison/Metropolitan State University of Denver
Toni Milner – A parent with lived experience and a Family Support Partner with Jefferson County Human Services
Becky Wiggins – County Attorney for Adams County
Hosted by: Charmaine Brittain, Butler Institute for Families, University of Denver
Produced by: Sarah Roman, Butler Institute for Families, University of Denver

When families go to court, it can be a harsh and negative experience than can trigger past traumas and create new ones. The courts and people associated with them can change this experience by using a trauma-informed lens in their practice. Hear how a judge, county attorney, social worker, and parent partner advocate for a trauma-informed approach, and how the court can use this approach to make court experiences less traumatic and more positive, leading to better outcomes for children and families.
Guests:
Judge Ann Meinster – Presiding Juvenile Judge 1st Judicial District
Susan Archuleta – Community Liaison/Metropolitan State University of Denver
Toni Milner – A parent with lived experience and a Family Support Partner with Jefferson County Human Services
Becky Wiggins – County Attorney for Adams County
Hosted by: Charmaine Brittain, Butler Institute for Families, University of Denver
Produced by: Sarah Roman, Butler Institute for Families, University of Denver

52 min

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