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Hell NO! Why They Won't Go!
Join Dr. Edward Farber, author of "Raising the Kids You Love with the Ex You Hate", while he unpacks why kids may be refusing to participate or come to visits.
Discovering Funding Opportunities through OVW and Department of Justice
Listen in to learn about the funding opportunities available in the United States through the Office on Violence Against Women, Department of Justice.
Testifying in Court
Visit supervisors are regularly called upon to testify in cases where visits are ordered. This webinar will help you prepare for this possibility. FREE to SVN Members. $9.95 for Non Members
SV 101 Non Member Bundle
20 Hours of Webinar Training on SV Topics
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Keeping Your Boat Afloat: Fundraising in Uncertain Times
Join us to to explore finding Funding and Keeping your program functioning during these difficult times. FREE for SVN Members. $9.95 for Non Members
Recovery 101: Moving Beyond Services and Into a Recovery “Lifestyle”
This webinar will discuss the impact a supervised visitation provider can have when working with a parent trying to commit to a recovery lifestyle.
Life Cycle of A Non Profit
Nonprofit organizations are like people. They often move through several different stages of development – from “Start-Up” (Infancy/Childhood) to “Growing” to “Mature” and sometimes to a stage of “Stagnation” or “Decline".
Navigating the Storm: Open COVID Conversation
Join SVN as we talk about COVID's impact on the field of supervised visitation.
Accounting for Culture
A two part telephone based training entitled “Accounting for Culture in Supervised Visitation”.
Strategies for Supervising Visits with Adolescents and Teens
Visits with older children can be extremely challenging for providers. Many common visitation rules and visitation room designs are counterintuitive to facilitating visits with older children.
Recruiting, Interviewing and Selecting Visitation Staff
Families using visitation need and deserve staff that are motivated, empathic and skilled. Have you found it difficult to find the right staff? Join Training Committee Members Jen Garst and Judy Newman for this webinar
Autism Spectrum Disorder: What SV Providers Need to Know
This session will take in-depth look at serving individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder in the context of Supervised Visitation and Exchange services.
The Three-Legged Stool - A Balanced Approach to Funding your Supervised Visitation Program
The goal of this workshop is to help you understand how to build your budget with a balanced approach, not relying on any one funding source too heavily so your organization can weather changes in the funding atmosphere.
Implementing a Therapeutic Visitation Program
This webinar will discuss the differences between supervised and therapeutic supervised visitation and some things to consider when beginning a therapeutic visitation program.
"De-Personalizing" Difficult Situations in Supervised Visitation
During this webinar you will learn how to recognize what your particular biases may be and how to depersonalize situations in the SV environment.
Developing your Orange Ribbon Marketing Campaign
Orange Ribbon campaigns are an excellent way to build awareness of supervised visitation.
Attachment Issues in Supervised Visitation
Supervised parenting time provides a view into a family’s world, dynamics and relationship. Attachment related behaviors are often playing out right in front of us.
Creating a Culture of Reslience in Your Organization
We have to create space to take care of ourselves and build our resilience – our capacity to respond to the pressure and the demands of daily life. So let’s get real . . . are we really taking time to build our resiliency?
Interview and Rapport Building Skills with Parents
A critical part in the provision of supervised visitation is the initial interview and meeting with all participants. This session will give some helpful ideas on building a respectful and empathic relationship while maintaining boundaries.
Staying Neutral and Unbiased in a Subjective World
Staying Neutral in Supervised Visitation is a minimum standard, but it can be a challenging concept to uphold when working with families in supervised visitation.
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