- November 18, 2020
- Posted by: Teresa Gallegos
Trauma-Informed and Survivor-Centered Legal Intakes: What Lawyers Need to Know to Serve Sexual Violence Survivors
Audience: KCSDV Network Attorneys, Kansas Legal Services (KLS) Attorneys, and KCSDV Member Program Advocates and Program Staff Only
Join KCSDV for a virtual training with Jessica Mindlin, Esq., National Director of Training and Technical Assistance of the Victim Rights Law Center. During this interactive presentation, she will discuss five core principles of a trauma-informed legal intake, provide tips to help build rapport with a sexual violence survivor client, review grounding techniques and explore ideas on how to collaborate with survivors as you work together to identify their legal needs and effective strategies to support their healing and recovery.
- Learn five core principles of taking a trauma-informed legal intake
- Learn how to build rapport with client who is a survivor of sexual violence
- Learn “grounding” techniques
- Learn ideas for working with survivors of sexual violence while identifying their legal needs
- Learn how to support healing and recovery through effective strategies
Jessie Mindlin, Esq.
Director of Training and Technical Assistance
Victim Rights Law Center
Jessie Mindlin directs the Victim Rights Law Center’s national team that provides mentoring, training, resources, and individual and programmatic consultation to lawyers, advocates, SANEs and other responders to advance survivors’ legal rights. Jessie is also the Director of VRLC’s Oregon office, which provides free legal services to sexual assault survivors in Oregon. She’s trained thousands of providers across the U.S. and overseas (on behalf of the U.S. Department of State). She also teaches on sexual violence and the law as an Adjunct Professor of Law. Jessie has also worked as an anti-violence advocate, an alternatives worker with indigent youth and adult criminal defendants, a residential counselor for runaway teens, and a waitress. She’s been honored by the American Bar Association, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, and as an Oregon Daily Journal of Commerce Leader in Law, among others.
Date and time
Friday, December 11, 2020
12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
This training is being offered at no cost.
December 8, 2020
How to Register:
The Zoom meeting link information will be provided to all approved registrants prior to the event.
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Virtual Training Technical Requirements
Webcam: While we are unable to meet in-person, use of a webcam is strongly encouraged for the most effective interactive experience.
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This grant project is supported by grant number 2016-WL-AX-0003 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of the U.S. Department of Justice.
Total Training Hours: Approved: 1.5 CLE credit hours
December 11, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm